This training subscription is comprised of 11 separate modules that focus on the operation and architecture of the various core OpenStack® components, called Projects. It also introduces the tools, processes, and resources R&D engineers will need to get started developing for OpenStack®. Hands-on exercises using OpenStack® are an integral part of this Subscription.
This 3-day course assists administrators and users to configure, manage, and use the OpenStack cloud services platform. An architectural overview ensures understanding of various OpenStack projects and their functions. Hands-on labs provide configuration and operation experience with major aspects of the OpenStack environment. GTR = Guaranteed to Run sessions
|San Francisco, United States||Jun 26, 2017||Jun 28, 2017||3 Days||Register|
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United States||Jun 26, 2017||Jun 28, 2017||3 Days||Register|
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United Kingdom||Jul 31, 2017||Aug 02, 2017||3 Days||Register|
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United States||Aug 07, 2017||Aug 09, 2017||3 Days||Register|
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United States||Oct 02, 2017||Oct 04, 2017||3 Days||Register|
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United Kingdom||Oct 04, 2017||Oct 06, 2017||3 Days||Register|
This 2-day course will take students through an in depth look at the OpenStack Network service Neutron. The result will be the skills to design and build a scalable extensible network within an OpenStack environment. The students will get hands-on lab experience of many of the course topics in a dedicated, pre-built OpenStack environment.
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United Kingdom||Dec 04, 2017||Dec 05, 2017||2 Days||Register|
Provides an in-depth experience of implementing and using OpenStack® Object Storage using Swift. The result will be the ability to plan, install and configure a secure and resilient Object Store using OpenStack® Swift.
|Virtual Instructor Led Training, United Kingdom||Nov 06, 2017||Nov 06, 2017||1 Days||Register|
This one-day course will take students through an in depth look at the OpenStack® Block Storage service Cinder. The result will be the skills to design and build a resilient and scalable extensible block storage control environment within an OpenStack® environment. The students will get hands-on lab experience of many of the course topics in a dedicated, pre-built OpenStack® environment.
This four-hour seminar will provide students with a structured learning plan that will prepare them to sit the EXIN Foundation Certificate in OpenStack examination by concentrating study effort upon those learning objectives covered in the exam. It includes a lecture, as well as class discussion and question & answer session. This course covers the JUNO release of OpenStack®.
This course provides an overview of OpenStack® Technology Mitaka release including new functionality, modifications to existing functionality, and features deprecated. The release modifications are grouped for training by the key priority features of the Mitaka release, which are usability, manageability, and scalability.
This subscription offering is strongly recommended for OpenStack® Technology administrators and new developers who want to stay abreast of the ever-changing Openstack technologies and continually learn from other experts and professionals. This subscription includes virtual and e-learning events/webinars, online resources/videos, office hours and courseware upgrades. Access to HPE Virtual lab environment is also included, providing an opportunity to learn and experiment on non-production equipment at your convenience. Special offer in USA/Canada: This Subscription is available at no charge to students who register and attend the HPE 3day H6C68s Fundamentals of Openstack Technology course prior to April 30th, 2017
This course assists administrators and experienced users to configure, manage, and use the OpenStack® cloud services platform more efficiently. In addition, it will help you prepare for taking the Certified OpenStack® Administrator (COA) exam. Hands-on labs provide operation experience with major aspects of the OpenStack® environment, based on the COA exam requirements. Course content and labs are based on the OpenStack® Newton release.
Linux containers are changing the way companies think about service development and deployment. Containers play a vital role in the modern data-center, and Docker is leading the way. This course covers all the core features of Docker including: container creation and management, interacting with Docker hub, using Dockerfile to create and manage custom images, advanced Docker networking (how to safely expose container services to the world, and link containers), the use of Docker volumes to manage persistent data, and Docker Compose to build multi-container applications. Emphasis is placed on best practices and how to secure Docker installations and containers. Course culminates with comprehensive labs where students use Docker, Git, and a continuous integration server to automate the testing of containerized applications.