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About The OpenStack Certification Training
OpenStack Certification Training makes you an expert by mastering concepts like Swift, Nova, Glance, Keystone, Neutron, Cinder, Trove, Heat, Ceilometer and other OpenStack services. This training is designed to help you pass the Certified OpenStack Administrator Exam.
Why this course ?
Who are we? ProICT LLC, is a registered online training provider found and led by theÂ group of IT working professionals and experts. Our trainers are not only highly experienced and knowledgeable but also current IT working Professionals leading IT companies in USA, UK, Canada and other countries. We are ready to share our knowledge and yearsÂ Â of working experience with other professionals to assist and guide them Â get ahead in career.
Goal: Give a brief overview on the concepts of virtualization and how it's used on the cloud. Relate the virtualization and the cloud. Also learn about the cloud and OpenStack along with its ecology and components.
Objectives: Upon completing this module, you should be able to: Learn concepts of virtualization and how it's used on the cloud, Justify the relationship between virtualization and the cloud, Have a stronghold on cloud and OpenStack along with its ecology and components, Having hands on installing VM and OpenStack.
Topics: Understanding the virtualization concept, Relation between Virtualization and Cloud, Introduction to cloud and cloud concepts, Cloud and OpenStack, Deep Dive into OpenStack, OpenStack architecture and its service components.
Practicals Covered: Preparing environment for lab sessions, Installing Oracle VM Virtual Box, Installing Ubuntu, Creating 3 nodes- controller, compute and network, Configuring network interfaces, Installing OpenStack.
Goal: Give a brief overview on the authentication, authorization, identity system and Image service of OpenStack.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Conceptualize the authentication and identity system for the Keystone service, Install and implement keystone, Understand the OpenStack Image service and leverage it for image uploads and downloads.
Topics: The following topics will be covered in this module:Â
Practicals Covered: The following concepts will be covered practically in this module:Â
Goal: Learn to implement the OpenStack compute service and block storage service. Utilize virtualization to successfully run Nova and Cinder.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Understand and Implement the OpenStack compute service, Utilize virtualization to successfully implement and run Nova, Understand and Implement the OpenStack block service.
Topics: The following topics will be covered as part of this module:Â
Practicals Covered: The following topics will be covered practically in this module:Â
Goal: Learn the concepts of Neutron and successfully implement it.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Conceptualize Neutron, Successfully implement Neutron.
Topics: Introduction to OpenStack networking, Neutron â€“ Network Configuration, Neutron Components & Agents, Neutron Plugins, ML2, ML3 Plugins, Fixed and Floating IPs, Network Services â€“ LBaaS, FwaaS, VPNaaS.
Practicals Covered: Install and configure controller node, Install and configure compute node, Install and configure network node, Verify operations.
Goal: Learn about Swift installation and its implementations. And learn to integrate it with Glance to use as an image store.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Install Swift, Learn itâ€™s implementations, Integrate it with Glance to use as an image store.
Topics: Introducing Object Storage, Features and Benefits, Object Storage Characteristics, Swift Components, Swift Architecture, Cluster Architecture, Ring Builder, Swift Replications, Cinder Snapshots and Backups.
Practicals Covered: Installing and configuring controller node, Install and configure the storage node, Create and distribute initial rings, Finalize installation, Verify operations.
Goal: Learn to Install GUI for OpenStack.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Install and configure GUI for OpenStack.
Topics: Introducing OpenStack Dashboard, Horizon Design, Horizon Internals, Horizon â€“ Key values.
Practicals Covered: Install and Configure the Dashboard, Verify Operations, Upload and manage Image, Launch and manage Instance.
Goal: Learn to Implement Heat and ceilometer (orchestration and billing services).
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Understanding Heat, Implement Heat orchestration, Billing and Alerting service.
Topics: The following topics will be covered in this module:Â
Practicals Covered: The following topics will be practically demonstrated in this module:Â
Goal: Learn to Install OpenStack database as a service module.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Install OpenStack database as a service module.
Topics: Introducing Trove, Trove components, Trove Architecture.
Practicals Covered: Installing and configuring Trove, Verify Operations.
Goal: Learn to Install a 3 Node Architecture of OpenStack.
Objectives: At the end of this module, you should be able to: Install a 3 Node Architecture of OpenStack.
Topics: Real-time problem resolutions, Real-time operations of OpenStack environment, Bug/Issue tracking, Troubleshooting scenarios and resolutions.
ProICT's OpenStack Certification training provides a detailed understanding about the OpenStack environment, working procedures and it’s integral services such as Nova, Cinder, Glance, Neutron, Horizon, Heat, Ceilometer, and Trove. You will understand how to Install OpenStack and later on how to troubleshoot. Through a Use Case you will understand how the major services of OpenStack can be put into use while creating a private cloud for your organization. Finally, you will perform break & fix operations to the OpenStack environment.
OpenStack training is designed to help you become an OpenStack Expert. During this course, our expert instructors will help you:
The course is designed for all those professionals who want to learn Cloud computing and OpenStack. This OpenStack training will be ideal for:
Towards end of the course, you can work on a live project based on the below use-case:
Consider an organization who wants to deploy a website using OpenStack.
Being a part of the organization create a Cloud Computing Environment using OpenStack. Along with this, create a Project/Tenant which runs the website and a OpenStack user for that organization.
As a user of the organization, do the following to host your website on OpenStack Cloud:
We have limited number of participants in a live session to maintain the Quality Standards. So, unfortunately participation in a live class without enrollment is not possible. However, you can go through the sample class recording and it would give you a clear insight about how are the classes conducted, quality of instructors and the level of interaction in a class.
All the instructors at ProICT are practitioners from the Industry with minimum 10-12 yrs of relevant IT experience. They are subject matter experts and are trained by ProICT for providing an awesome learning experience to the participants.