This course will teach students to install a proof-of-concept, configure, use, and maintain Red Hat OpenStack Platform. This course covers the core services: identity (Keystone), block storage (Cinder), image (Glance), networking (Neutron), compute and controller (Nova), and dashboard (Horizon).
Course content summary
- Launch an instance using the Horizon dashboard
- Manage projects, quotas, and users
- Manage networks, subnets, routers, and floating IP addresses using the Horizon dashboard
- Manage the Keystone identity service using the unified command-line interface
- Manage instances using the unified command-line interface
- Deploy Red Hat OpenStack Platform using PackStack
- Introduce and review the course.
Launch an instance
- Launch an instance and describe the terminology and services used in OpenStack.
Manage projects and users
- Manage projects and users using Horizon.
Manage project quotas
- Manage project quotas using Horizon.
- Manage flavors using Horizon.
- Manage images using Horizon.
- Manage networks using Horizon.
Manage floating IP addresses
- Manage floating IP addresses using Horizon.
Manage block storage
- Manage block storage using Horizon.
Manage security and access
- Manage security and access to instances using Horizon.
- Manage instances using Horizon.
- Install an OpenStack proof of concept using PackStack.
Manage the Keystone identity service
- Manage the Keystone identity service using the command-line interface.
Prepare to launch instances with the command-line interface
- Prepare to launch instances and manage instances using the command-line interface.
Manage instances with the command-line interface
- Manage instances using the command-line interface.
Manage block storage with the command-line interface
- Manage block storage using the command-line interface.
Comprehensive review of Red Hat OpenStack Administration I
- Review tasks in the Red Hat OpenStack Administration I course.
Linux system administrators and cloud administrators interested in, or responsible for, maintaining a private cloud.
Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA®) in Red Hat Enterprise Linux® certification or equivalent experience.