This course is designed to provide a solid understanding of the OpenStack cloud. First, you will learn about OpenStack and its collection of web services. Then you will attain OpenStack mastery by installing it on your Mac, Windows PC, a CentOS or Ubuntu Linux system and doing hands-on labs. I will teach you how to setup a "multinode" OpenStack cluster using the VirtualBox and Vagrant software. After this, you can practice hands-on, at your own pace, by building out several real-world lab scenarios.
I will walk you through everything step-by-step using my video lectures and help in resolving any issues you may face, using the Udemy Q&A facility. So, feel free to reach out to me anytime you have questions or run into problems. I have used my professional experience to make it easy for you to grasp the difficult OpenStack subject material by illustrating complex concepts using simple and easy to understand diagrams and several lab scenarios.
We will get into the details of all the core OpenStack cloud services and understand in-depth as to how things work using practice labs.
Why should you take this course?
You can take this course to,
a) Gain a new skill set in OpenStack and start a career in an emerging field.
b) Advance your current professional career.
c) Prepare for the Certified OpenStack Administrator (COA) exam.
d) Attend technical job interviews on OpenStack.
This course has several quizzes and practice tests that mimic interview questions.
e) Learn to operate and troubleshoot a production OpenStack cloud.
Can you tell me briefly about the course?
First, you will get to know OpenStack, its technology stack and architecture.
Then, you will learn in detail about the various core services.
After this, you will install a multinode OpenStack cluster running the Pike release on your computer.
(Both the Windows OS and Mac OS X are supported. You're good if you have either of these systems with at least 4 GB free RAM).
You will learn to troubleshoot OpenStack.
Then you will do several labs on Compute, Software Defined Networking and Storage.
Through these labs, you will learn to create several OpenStack resources using the Horizon GUI, Bash shell scripts and OpenStack Client.