Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux: Getting Started teaches students that are new to OpenStack about this cloud computing architecture, core and optional services, Docker images and containers, a multi-node deployment, and troubleshooting deployments. Learn To: Describe Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux. Describe the architecture. Identify core and options services. Describe Docker images and containers. Describe preparing nodes and a multi-node deployment. Troubleshoot a multi-node deployment. Benefits To You: The Oracle OpenStack solution maintains the flexibility of OpenStack while allowing customers to deploy and manage public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructure. This course helps you understand all the concepts involved in these architectures. Oracle OpenStack is packaged as a set of Docker images for streamlining installation and running within Docker containers which eliminates the need to install components individually and directly on nodes. You will see the steps involved in achieving a multi-node deployment, as well as key troubleshooting tips.
This OpenStack Administration Using Oracle Solaris 11 training is an advanced course offering that encompasses multiple Oracle technologies (Oracle Solaris 11.3, and Oracle VirtualBox). Expert Oracle University instructors focus on helping you develop the skills and knowledge required for configuring Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) using OpenStack with Oracle Solaris 11.
Describe the OpenStack Framework
Configure a Single-Node OpenStack setup
Configure a Multi-Node OpenStack setup
Administer identity resources
Administer system resources
Benefits to You:
By taking this course, you'll reap the benefits of participating in a series of guided hands-on labs that walk you through the full spectrum of OpenStack functionalities. You'll gain hands-on, real-world experience configuring and administering single and multiple node OpenStack setups. These labs are designed around scenarios to enhance the learning experience of setting up the cloud infrastructure using OpenStack with Oracle Solaris 11.