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Schulungsplan


Nov 10 - Nov 12, 2020
09:00 - 17:00 (CEST)
Online

Mar 2 - Mar 4, 2021
09:00 - 17:00 (CEST)
Online

May 26 - May 28, 2021
09:00 - 17:00 (CEST)
Online

Aug 23 - Aug 25, 2021
09:00 - 17:00 (CEST)
Online

Dec 8 - Dec 10, 2021
09:00 - 17:00 (CEST)
Online

H8Q07 – Eucalyptus Cloud Administrator
3 days  (Instructor Led Online)  |  Cloud

Course Details

Kursbeschreibung

The Eucalyptus Administrator course is aimed at administrators and operators of the Eucalyptus cloud platform

Kursziele

  • Key architectural and functional concepts: the components and underlying architecture of Eucalyptus 4 as well as the basic functionality of the platform
  • Installation and configuration: how to install and configure Eucalyptus 4 in a proof-of-concept environment
  • Management and maintenance: managing entities and resources in the cloud, including basic usage, and performing other administrative functions on the platform

Kursinhalt

Module 1 – Introduction to Eucalyptus & Cloud

  • The Definition of Cloud Computing
  • On-Demand
  • Broad Network Access
  • Resource Pooling
  • Rapid Elasticity
  • Measured Service
  • Programmatic Access
  • Service Models
  • Deployment Models
  • Virtualisation Enables Cloud
  • Virtualization vs. Cloud
  • Summary of Cloud Characteristics
  • Eucalyptus’ Origins
  • Eucalyptus Defined
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Amazon Web Services Compatibility
  • Useful Links

Module 2 – Eucalyptus Architecture

  • Key Concepts
  • High Level Architecture
  • Cluster / Availability Zones (AZs)
  • Cloud Controller (CLC)
  • Object Storage Gateway (OSG)
  • User Facing Services (UFS)
  • Management Console
  • Storage Controller (SC)
  • Cluster Controller (CC)
  • Node Controller (NC)
  • Deploying Eucalyptus – Host Placement
  • Deployment Scenario 1
  • Deployment Scenario 2
  • Deployment Scenario 3
  • Software Limits

Module 2a – Eucalyptus Services

  • Compute (EC2)
  • Object Storage (S3)
  • Auto Scaling
  • CloudWatch
  • Elastic Load Balancing
  • IAM (Identity & Access Management)
  • Tokens Service
  • DNS
  • Imaging Service

Module 3 – Eucalyptus Installation

  • Deployment Planning
  • Hardware & OS
  • Prerequisites
  • Installation Methods – Packages
  • Installation Methods – Automation
  • Lab Installation
  • Installation & Setup Procedure
  • Package Names
  • Installing the Cloud Controller and UFS
  • Installing the OSP and Cluster Components
  • Installing the Node Controller
  • Post-Installation Tasks
  • Configure Networking
  • Networking Parameters in eucalyptus.conf
  • Configuring Java
  • Configuring the Service Interface
  • Configuring the Cluster Controller
  • Configuring the Node Controller
  • Configuring the Node Controller (Cont.)
  • Starting & Stopping
  • Start Services
  • Before Registering
  • Register Components
  • Register Nodes
  • Runtime Configuration
  • Download Credentials
  • Configure the Storage Controller
  • Configure the Object Storage Provider
  • Install Service VM Images
  • Verify Service State
  • Configure Limits
  • Configuring DNS
  • Configuring the Imaging Service
  • Configuring the Load Balancing Service
  • Verify Resources
  • Runtime Configuration – Further Examples

Module 3 Lab – Eucalyptus Installation

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 4 – Eucalyptus Networking

  • Networking Modes
  • Changes in 4.x
  • MANAGED and MANAGED-NOVLAN Logical Topology
  • MANAGED & MANAGED-NOVLAN Physical Example
  • Edge Logical Topology
  • Edge Physical Example
  • Public and Private IP Addresses
  • IP Addressing – Example
  • Private Network Overlay
  • Private Network Configuration
  • MANAGED Mode VM Isolation
  • MANAGED -NOVLAN Mode VM Isolation
  • EDGE VM Isolation
  • MANAGED(-NOVLAN) Multi-Cluster – Single Physical Network
  • MANAGED(-NOVLAN) Multi-Cluster – Two Physical Networks
  • EDGE Multi-Cluster – Single Physical Network
  • EDGE Multi-Cluster – Multiple Physical Network
  • MANAGED(-NOVLAN) Requirements
  • Edge Requirements
  • Choosing a Network Mode
  • Network Mode Configuration – MANAGED(-NOVLAN)
  • Network Configuration Example – MANAGED(-NOVLAN
  • Network Mode Configuration – Edge
  • Network Mode Example – Edge
  • Edge Implementation
  • Reloading Network State – Edge

Module 4 Lab – Eucalyptus Networking

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 5 – Eucalyptus Block Store

  • Eucalyptus Block Store (Overview)
  • EBS Use Cases
  • Characteristics
  • Provisioning EBS Volumes
  • EBS Snapshots
  • Snapshot Use Cases
  • Snapshot Provision
  • EBS – The Underlying Technology
  • Volume Creation (DAS)
  • Volume Attachment
  • SAN-based Volume Creation & Attach
  • Device Pass-through
  • EBS Usage
  • Snapshots – How They Work
  • EBS Snapshot Operations
  • EBS Snapshots & SANs
  • EBS Snapshot Provision
  • Configuring the Storage Controller
  • Choosing a Storage Backend
  • Storage Properties
  • Storage Backends
  • Best Practices
  • Storage Networking
  • Management

Module 5 Lab – Eucalyptus Block Storage

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 6 – Eucalyptus Object Storage

  • Object Storage Overview
  • Eucalyptus Object Storage
  • Object Storage Use Cases
  • Features & Characteristics
  • Using Object Storage
  • Eucalyptus Object Storage Technology
  • Eucalyptus OSG
  • Eucalyptus OSP
  • Eucalyptus OSG Operation – RiakCS
  • Eucalyptus OSG Operation – Walrus
  • Configuring Object Storage
  • Registering Components
  • Configure Provider Parameters (RiakCS)
  • Best Practices
  • Resource Limits
  • Detailed Architecture

Module 6 Lab – Eucalyptus Object Storage

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 7 – Identity & Access Management (IAM)

  • Eucalyptus IAM
  • Concepts
  • Detailed Concepts
  • Accounts
  • Account structure
  • Account Administration
  • Users
  • Groups
  • Eucalyptus Account – The Special(s)
  • Special Powers
  • Creating & Deleting Accounts
  • Managing Groups
  • Managing Users
  • Credentials
  • Paths
  • Eucalyptus Resource Names
  • Components of Eucalyptus Resource Names
  • IAM and S3 ERN Examples
  • EC2 ERN Examples

Module 7 Lab – Eucalyptus IAM

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 8 – Eucalyptus Tools

  • euca2ools
  • Supported Services
  • Installing euca2ools
  • Configuring euca2ools
  • Order of Precedence
  • User Credentials
  • Multi-cloud Access
  • Multi-cloud Access – Use Case Example
  • euca2ools.ini – User Configuration
  • euca2ools.ini – Region Configuration
  • Interacting with Multiple Clouds
  • Administrator Actions
  • Eucalyptus Admin Tools
  • Eucalyptus Admin Tools – Examples

Module 8 Lab – Eucalyptus Tools (euca2ools)

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 8 Lab – Eucalyptus Tools (euca2ools)

  • Management Console Overview
  • Installing the Management Console
  • Configuring the Management Console
  • Optional Configuration
  • Starting the Management Console
  • Login & Use
  • Configuring SSL
  • Load Balancing Multiple Consoles
  • Performance Optimisation
  • Login Profile

Module 9 Lab – Eucalyptus Management Console

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 10 – Images & Instances

  • Eucalyptus Machine Images (EMIs)
  • Image Characteristics
  • Image Format
  • Image Format Ingress
  • Launching Instances
  • Instance Store & EBS-backed
  • Images – Administrative Considerations
  • Image Conversion
  • Imaging Service
  • Imaging Worker
  • Creating & Importing Images
  • Image Registration
  • Launch Permissions
  • Cloud Properties
  • Instance Types
  • Ephemeral Storage
  • Instances
  • Instance Creation
  • Instance Artifacts
  • Running Instances
  • Controlling Instances
  • Node Controller Storage
  • Overcommit
  • Node Controller Configuration
  • Instance Configuration
  • Eucalyptus Metadata Service
  • Accessing Metadata
  • Metadata Keys
  • User Data

Module 10 Lab – Images & Instances

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 11 – Instance Security

  • Instance Security
  • Security Groups
  • Security Group Characteristics
  • Security Group Defaults
  • Security Group Management
  • Manipulating Security Groups
  • Keypairs
  • Keypairs with Linux
  • Keypair Retrieval in Linux
  • Keypairs with Windows
  • Security Best Practices

Module 11 Lab – Instance Security

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 12 – Permissions

  • Access Management Controls
  • IAM Policies
  • Why use Policies?
  • IAM Policy Components
  • Policy Document
  • Policy Document Example
  • ARNs, Paths and Policy Scope
  • Permissions Evaluation
  • Policy Generation
  • Managing Policies
  • Cluster Policies
  • Quotas
  • Quota Policy
  • Quota Keys
  • Quota Evaluation
  • Roles
  • Why use Roles?
  • Roles & Instance Profiles

Module 12 Lab – Permissions

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 13 – Reporting

  • Reporting
  • Reporting Architecture
  • Data Warehouse (Bodega)
  • Data Warehouse (Bodega) Cont.
  • Exporting Data from the CLC
  • Importing Data & Generating a Report

Module 13 Lab – Eucalyptus Reporting

  • Tasks
  • Solutions

Module 14 – Logging & Troubleshooting

  • Logging
  • Log Rotation
  • Fault Logs
  • Interrogating System State
  • Audit Logging
  • Tracing Activity
  • Tracing An Instance Launch
  • Debugging Servos
  • Troubleshooting Image Conversion
  • Worker Time Sync
  • Component Connectivity
  • Sosreports
  • Triage Tips
  • Functional Testing

Module 14 Lab – Eucalyptus Troubleshooting

  • Tasks

Voraussetzungen

 

  • LPIC or RHCSA equivalent is recommended.
  • Students should be comfortable with using a command line and have working knowledge of server virtualization.
  • Students should also have familiarity with networking configuration file systems and storage systems.
  • Prior knowledge of cloud computing and Amazon Web Services (AWS) is beneficial