• Course objectives
  • Course audience
  • Introductions
  • Course agenda - Day 1
  • Course agenda - Day 2
  • Course agenda - Day 3
  • Objectives
  • What is HPE Helion OpenStack
  • Enterprise-grade private cloud based on OpenStack
  • The open-source foundation 
  • Key value add in HPE Helion OpenStack
  • HPE Helion OpenStack
    • improvements
  • HPE Helion OpenStack
    • What’s new
  • 8. HPE Helion OpenStack 
    • Architecture block diagram
    • Operations environment
    • Running environment
  • The OpenStack services overview
    • Compute services overview (Nova)
    • Identity service overview (Keystone)
    • Key management service (Barbican)
    • Image operations service overview (Glance)
    • Network service overview (Neutron)
    • Object storage service (Swift)
    • Bare-metal service (Ironic)
    • Orchestration service (Heat)
    • Block storage service (Cinder)
    • Metering service (Ceilometer)
    • Dashboard (Horizon)
    • Monitoring service (Monasca)
  • Objectives
  • What is the Identity service?
  • Keystone authentication and authorization
    • Domains
    • Domain administrators
    • Projects
    • Users and groups
    • Roles
    • Preinstalled roles
  • Managing passwords
    • Retrieving the admin password
    • Channing the password
    • Password rules
    • Password metadata
    • Password change playbooks and tables
  • Reconfiguring Identity service
    • Examine the existing configuration
    • Create users and assign roles
  • Keystone features
    • Web single sign-on for Horizon
    • Domain administration API
    • Keystone inter-cloud Federation (K2K)
  • Objectives
  • OpenStack® Compute Overview
  • Nova scheduling
  • Nova scheduler filters
  • Host aggregates and availability zones
  • Adding metadata to host aggregate
  • Using flavor metadata to specify a CPU model
  • Enabling Nova resize and migrate features
  • Glance image caching
  • CPU and ram overcommit
  • Objectives
  • Types of OpenStack® storage
  •  Block storage with HPE StoreVirtual VSA
    • StoreVirtual VSA overview
    • StoreVirtual VSA Installation
    • Automated VSA cluster creation
    • Configuring StoreVirtual VSA as the backend
  • Block storage with HPE StoreServ
    • HPE 3PAR StoreServ overview
    • 3PAR backend configuration
  • Configuring the Cinder volume types
    • Storage architecture
    • Cinder volume types
    • Volume type creation example
    • Extra specification options for VSA
    • Extra specification options for 3PAR
    • Creating the Cinder volume
    • Third-party Cinder driver suport
  • OpenStack® object storage
    • Types of storage
    • Object storage
  • HPE Helion OpenStack Swift suport
    • Container synchronization
    • Container synchronization limitations
    • Availability zones
    • Erasure coding
    • Using the erasure coding to optimize the number of replicas
  • Swift Operations Console
    • Operations Console enhancements overview
    • Performance summary screen
    • Inventory summary screen
    • Capacity summary screen
    • Alarm summary screen
  • Learning check
  • OpenStack® networking overview
    • Virtual machine networking
    • Neutron architecture
  • 3. Physical networking and HOS
    • Modeling the cloud network infrastructure
    • Server network configuration
    • Server network device naming
    • Network configuration examples
  • Neutron physical networking
    • Neutron touchpoints with physical networking
    • VxLAN touchpoints with physical networking
    • VxLAN tunnel endpoint example
    • Neutron provider VLAN touchpoints with physical networking
    • Provider VLAN routing 
    • Neutron tenant VLAN touchpoints with physical networking
    • Neutron provider FLAT network touchpoints with physical networking
    • Neutron router external touchpoints with physical networking
  • Neutron DVR and CVR
    • Centralized vs distributed routing features
    • HA routing using VRRP
    • L3 HA configuration
  • Load Balancing as a Service (LBaaS)
  • Firewall as a Service
  • VPN as a Service DNS as a Service
  • Objectives
  • The function of the bare-metal provisioning
  • Brief introduction to Ironic
  • Key technologies and protocols
  • Ironic architecture and deployment flow
    • Architecture components
    • High-level overview of the Ironic deployment flow
  • User Interface Support
  • Horizon
  • Ops Console
    • Ironman and iLO drivers
    • iLO driver feature summary
  • Objectives
  • HPE Helion OpenStack security
    • Security domains
    • Tenant VM security
    • Tenant VM protection methods
    • Security Focus
    • Barbican service
    • Security enhancements
    • Encrypting data in transit
    • Neutron RBAC
    • Secure mode HPE Linux install/boot for UEFI Secure Boot 
  • HPE Helion OpenStack high availability
    • Highly available, cloud-aware tenant workloads
    • Cloud application and workloads availability
    • Application redundancy
    • Availability zones
    • Cinder and Swift HA
    • Controller HA example
  • Objectives 
  • What are virtual containers?
  • Container as a Service on OpenStack® platform
  • Magnum architecture overview
  • Magnum installation
    • HOS5 Magnum dependencies
    • Installation as part of new OpenStack environment
    • Adding Magnum to existing HPE Helion OpenStack
  • Deploying a Kubernetes cluster on Fedora Atomic
    • Prerequisites – Creating the cluster
  • Deploying a Docker Swarm cluster on Fedora Atomic
  • Creating magnum Cluster with Dashboard

This course will take students through an in-depth look at HPE Helion OpenStack V5.0. The course flow is optimized to address the high-level architecture and HPE Helion OpenStackspecific features through lectures. The lab guide starts with the pre-deployed environment, and focuses on verification, configuration, and maintenance procedures. Each student will receive access to the dedicated HPE hardware-based environment. Students will get a handson lab experience for many of the course topics, in order to gain experience in the management procedures and operation of HPE Helion.

For who?

This course is created for system administrators, technical consultants, and cloud architects responsible for designing and supporting OpenStack solutions based on HPE Helion OpenStack.

Specifications:

These skills are necessary to possess prior to attend this training:

  • Experience in Linux system administration
  • Experience with OpenStack installation and configuration
  • Understanding of virtualization concepts
  • Understanding of networking concepts
  • Understanding of high-level HPE StoreServ concepts
  • Understanding of high-level StoreVirtual VSA concepts

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand the HOS 5.0 new features
  • Introduce the concept of virtualization as applied to network functions
  • Be familiar with the ESTI Framework for NFV
  • Examine the hardware components of HPE NFV System
  • Look in detail at the network and storage configuration of the various components
  • Be familiar with the solution architecture and deployment models
  • Examine each of the HPE NFV System kits and the hardware that each is composed of
  • Examine the factors that affect hardware performance
  • Understand the software used in HPE NFV System and the part that each plays
  • Look at the Value Add components available
  • Understand the lifecycle management of the various components
  • Look at where SDN, HPE ConteXtream and HPE NFV Director can fit with the HPE NFV System
  • Be aware of some troubleshooting recommendations

W cenę szkolenia wliczony jest:

  • Autoryzowany certyfikat producenta
  • Autoryzowane materiały szkoleniowe w formie elektronicznej bądź papierowej
  • Materiały szkoleniowe, notatnik, długopis
  • Kawa, herbata, słodki poczęstunek 
  • Obiad

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5000.00 zł
Czas trwania: 3 d,24 h
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