Azure Cloud – Specialist Level


Duration : 02 Days | Training delivery : Online / Classroom mode


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled ( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is Cloud Foundation course for beginners who have limited or knowledge on cloud computing concepts. It is intended for any IT professionals like Project Managers, Software Engineers, IT sales, IT presales, Data Base Administrators, Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, CIO, CTO, CEO.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Understand Basics of Virtualization
  • Understand what is Cloud Computing and its business case
  • Understand what is Private ,Public ,and Hybrid Cloud Computing
  • Understand what is IaaS,PaaS and SaaS
  • Understand the cloud Security and compliance issues
  • Able to create and launch Windows and Linux Cloud Servers
  • Understand the benefits and limitations of Cloud Computing
  • Understand how to choose a right service provider

Prerequisites

As this is Foundation course, we don’t have any pre-requisite to attend this class.


The agenda for the course is outlined below


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basics
  • Types of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Live Demo

Module 2 : Demystify Cloud Computing

  • Virtualized Data Centre and Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Infrastructure Framework
  • Cloud Computing – Essential Characteristics
  • Cloud Computing – Summary

Module 3 : Cloud Computing – Deployment Models

  • Private Cloud
  • Public Cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud
  • Community Cloud

Module 4 : Cloud Computing – Service Models

  • Infrastructure-As-A-Service ( IaaS)
  • Platform-As-A-Service ( PaaS)
  • Software-As-A-Service (SaaS)

Module 5 : Cloud Computing – Security and Compliance

  • Cloud Security- Top Threats and Mitigation
  • Cloud Security- Vulnerabilities and Malwares
  • Identity and Privacy Management
  • Known examples Security breaches

Module 6 : Cloud Computing –Benefits and Limitations

  • Cloud Computing -Benefits
  • Cloud Computing -Limitations
  • How to Choose a Right Service provider
  • Service Providers – Indemnity Clauses and Privacy Rules

Module 7 : Win Azure User Sign up ?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Windows Azure cloud Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Azure Cloud Pricing

Module 8 : Win Azure Cloud – Win 2012 server Hands on lab

  • Launch the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Configure endpoints for Win server
  • Connect to the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Terminate the win server

Module 9 : Win Azure Cloud- Block Storage

  • Create Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows cloud server 2012
  • Assign volumes to Windows cloud server 2012

Module 10 : Win Azure Cloud – Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the Ubuntu cloud server
  • Configure Endpoints for Ubuntu servers
  • Generate and Assign Public IP Address
  • Connect and Terminate server

Amazon Cloud Foundation


Module 11 : User Sign up ?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Amazon Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Amazon Pricing

Module 12 : What is AWS ? ( Theroy)

  • An overview of AWS
  • EC2- An overiew
  • EBS- An Overview
  • Security Group-An Overview
  • Elastic IP- An overview
  • CloudFront-An Overview
  • S3- An overview
  • Glacier- An overview
  • IAM – An Overview
  • RDS- AN overview

Module 13 : Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Generate and Assign Elastic IP Address
  • Connect to the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Terminate Red Hat Linux server

Module 14 : Amazon EC2- Security Groups

  • Creating Security Groups
  • Modify Security Groups
  • Delete Security Groups

Module 15 : Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) : Lab session

  • Lab 15.1
    • Launch Two Ubuntu EC2 Instances
    • Install Java and Apache server in both Instances
    • Upload HTML files to both the servers
    • Test your web Servers through internet
  • Lab 15.2
    • Create Elastic Load Balancer
    • Add both the Ubuntu servers to ELB
    • Test your Elastic Load Balancer
    • Delete your Elastic Load Balancer

Module 16 : Amazon EC2- Win server 2012 Hands on lab

  • Launch Windows server 2012 Instance
  • Decrypt Password and download RDP shortcut client
  • Connect to the EC2 Windows 2012 instance
  • Terminate the Windows server 2012 Instance

Module 17 : Amazon Elastic Block Store

  • Create Standard Volume
  • Create and delete snapshots
  • Create Provisioned I/o Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows server 2012
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 18 : Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

  • Create a S3 Bucket
  • Add files and folders to S3 bucket
  • How to make files public and share
  • Configure Encryption and storage policies for files
  • Delete S3 bucket

Duration : 02 Days | Training delivery : Online/classroom both possible


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled ( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training for Cloud Foundation certified person or people have who already have cloud fundamental knowledge. It is intended for any IT professionals like Project Managers, IT presales Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Understand deep dive of Storage Area Networks
  • Understand deep dive of Network Attached Storage
  • Ability to understand Scale out and Scale up Storage technologies
  • Ability to design and architect Enterprise storage solution for Private and Public Clouds
  • Understanding of Software Defined Storage technology and vendor overview
  • Understand Object based Storage and offering file sharing to Private cloud users
  • Sizing Storage for Performance and Capacity
  • Lab : Ability to Install OpenSource based SAN and NAS

Prerequisites

As this is Foundation course in storage, we cover basics aswell. we don’t have any pre-requisite to attend this class.



Module 1 : Storage Foundation

  • Evolution of Storage
  • Storage Area Networks (SAN) –An Overview
  • Network Attached Storage ( NAS) – An Overview
  • Direct Attached Storage (DAS) – An Overview
  • Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID)
  • Disk Drive Evolution : PATA,SATA,FC and SAS,Flash Drives
  • SAN and NAS Protocols : An overview

Module 2 : Storage Area Networks – Advanced Module

  • SAN – Architecture and Components
  • Write and Read operations in SAN
  • iSCSI SAN – AN overview
  • Fibre Channel SAN –An Overview
  • FCOE SAN – AN Overview
  • Multi-Protocol SAN – An overview
  • SAN Vendors – Comparison on Models (HP, IBM, EMC, Dell, Netapp, Hitachi)
  • SAN Virtualization – An Overview

Module 3 : Network Attached Storage –Advanced Module

  • NAS- Architecture and Components
  • Write and Read Operations in NAS
  • NAS Types- An Overview
  • Gateway NAS- An overview
  • Integrated NAS –AN Overview
  • NAS Vendors – Comparison on Models (HP, IBM, EMC, Dell, Netapp, Hitachi)
  • NAS Virtualization – An Overview

Module 4 : Unified Storage – Advanced Module

  • Unified Storage – AN Overview
  • Unified Storage Architecture and components
  • Unified Storage Vendors – Comparison on Models (HP, IBM, EMC, Dell, Netapp, Hitachi)

Module 5 : Local Replication – Advanced Module

  • Local Replication – An overview
  • Local Replication – Use Case
  • Snapshots – An Overview
  • Continuous Local Protection
  • Clone or Secondary Copy – An Overview
  • Capacity Overhead of Snapshots and Clone


Module 6 : Remote Replication – Advanced Module

  • Remote Replication – An overview
  • Remote Replication – Use Case
  • Recovery Point Objective ( RPO)
  • Recovery Time Objective ( RTO)
  • Synchronous Replication
  • Asynchronous Replication
  • Cascaded Replication
  • Continuous Remote Replication
  • Heterogeneous Storage Replication

Module 7 : Storage Efficiency – Advanced Module

  • Thin Provisioning
  • Automated Tiering
  • De-duplication
  • Compression
  • Flash performance efficiency
  • Demos

Module 8 : Scale-out and Scale-up Technologies

  • Scale Out –An overview
  • Scale up –An Overview
  • Difference between –Scale out and Scale up SAN
  • Difference Between –Scale out and Scale up NAS
  • Where to Choose scale out and Scale UP for your Cloud deployment

Software Defined Storage – Advanced Module

  • What is Software Defined Storage (SDS) ?
  • SDS Architecture and Components
  • SDS Vendors
  • SDS –Use cases

Module 10 : Object Based Storage – Advanced Module

  • What is Object Based Storage (OBS) ?
  • OBS Architecture and Components
  • OBS Vendors
  • Designing Storage-As-A-Service
  • Amazon S3 Demo

Module 11 : Storage Sizing

  • How to Size Storage for Capacity
  • How to Size Storage for Performance

Module 12 : Cloud Storage- Choosing right approach

  • Cloud Storage in Private Cloud
  • Cloud Storage in Public Cloud
  • Cloud Storage in Hybrid Cloud

Module 13 : iSCSI SAN – Install and configure

  • Install iSCSI SAN
  • Configure and attach LUN’s to iSCSI host

Module 14 : NAS – Install and configure

  • Install Network Attached Storage
  • Configure NFS and CIFS shares


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is foundation level training on Azure public cloud for people have who already have cloud fundamental knowledge. It is intended for any IT professionals like Project Managers, IT presales Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators ,CIO and CTO


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Signup on Microsoft Azure
  • Overview of Microsoft Azure services
  • Deploy Windows 2012 virtual machine & log into it.
  • Attach disk to windows 2012 virtual machine & Detach it
  • Configure and Modify Security Groups
  • Create a Virtual Machine using MySQL
  • Deploy ubuntu virtual machine & log into it.
  • Attach disk to ubuntu virtual machine & Detach it
  • Configure and Modify Security Groups
  • Install MySQL on linux virtual Machine

Prerequisites

Should have basic OS hands on knowledge.



Coming soon


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is foundation level training on Azure public cloud for people have who already have cloud fundamental knowledge. It is intended for any IT professionals like Project Managers, IT presales Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators ,CIO and CTO


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Signup on Microsoft Azure
  • Overview of Microsoft Azure services
  • Deploy Windows 2012 virtual machine & log into it.
  • Attach disk to windows 2012 virtual machine & Detach it
  • Configure and Modify Security Groups
  • Create a Virtual Machine using MySQL
  • Deploy ubuntu virtual machine & log into it.
  • Attach disk to ubuntu virtual machine & Detach it
  • Configure and Modify endpoints
  • Install MySQL on linux virtual Machine

Prerequisites

Should have basic OS hands on knowledge.


Duration : 02 Days | Training Mode : Classroom /Online


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled ( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is Cloud Foundation course for beginners who have limited or knowledge on cloud computing concepts. It is intended for any IT professionals like Project Managers, Software Engineers, IT sales, IT presales, Data Base Administrators, Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, CIO, CTO, CEO.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Understand Cloud Computing advanced concepts
  • Understand Cloud Data center design and architecture
  • Understand how to design service models like IaaS and PaaS
  • Understand how to design Disaster recovery for Cloud
  • Understand how to plan business continuity for cloud
  • Understand all the advanced concepts of cloud storage
  • Ability to do Cloud Administration activities

Prerequisites

It is highly recommended that students have completed, Cloud Associate from Cloud Enabled or any equivalent cloud foundation training .



Module 1 : Cloud Compute- Advanced Module

  • Cloud Compute – An Overview
  • Cloud Compute – Terms and Technologies
  • Cloud Compute – Evolution of CPU architecture
  • Cloud Compute – Physical server Types and Vendors
  • Designing Compute-As-A-Service

Module 2 : Cloud Storage – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Storage – An Overview
  • SAN and NAS Architecture and its components
  • Unified Storage Architecture and its components
  • Scale up and Scale out Storage –An overview
  • Scale up and Scale out Storage – Sizing guidelines
  • Storage Virtualization and Object Based Storage

Module 3 : Cloud Backup – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Backup – An Overview
  • Backup Terminologies
  • Deduplication Technologies
  • Evolution of Backup Architecture
  • Cloud Backup – Private Cloud Backup

Module 4 : Cloud Service Management – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Service Management- An overview
  • Next Generation Cloud Service Management tools
  • Cloud Service Management- Vendor Examples


Module 5: Cloud Computing – Business Continuity

  • Business Continuity – An Overview
  • Disaster Recovery – An Overview
  • Designing Highly Available Cloud Infrastructure
  • Business Continuity Plan for Cloud

Module 6 : BSC Approach to Cloud

  • BSC Framework – ( Build |Source |Choose )
  • How to Transform Physical to Virtual to Private Cloud
  • Build – Private Cloud with Hybrid in Mind
  • Source – Public Cloud with Private in Mind
  • Choose – Right Cloud Broker
  • Cloud Decision Matrix ( Which Services on private and Public)

Module 7: Cloud Computing – Design Workshop

  • Case Studies – One per team
  • Cloud Solution Presentation by Teams

Module 8 : Open Stack Demo ( Cloud Dashboard )

  • Open Stack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack Horizon dashboard
  • Project creation and its usage
  • User Creation and its usage
  • Flavors Creation and its Usage
  • Login as User and Browse Service catalogue
  • Deploy a cirros Instance as user
  • Assign Elastic IP Address to cirros Instance
  • Connect to cirros Instance
  • Terminate cirros server

Duration : 04 Weekends | Training Mode : Classroom /Online



Cloud Associate : 2 days training


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basics
  • Types of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Live Demo

Module 2 : Demystify Cloud Computing

  • Virtualized Data Centre and Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Infrastructure Framework
  • Cloud Computing – Essential Characteristics
  • Cloud Computing – Summary

Module 3 : Cloud Computing – Deployment Models

  • Private Cloud
  • Public Cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud
  • Community Cloud

Module 4 : Cloud Computing – Service Models

  • Infrastructure-As-A-Service ( IaaS)
  • Platform-As-A-Service ( PaaS)
  • Software-As-A-Service (SaaS)

Module 5 : Cloud Computing – Security and Compliance

  • Cloud Security- Top Threats and Mitigation
  • Cloud Security- Vulnerabilities and Malwares
  • Identity and Privacy Management
  • Known examples Security breachesModule 6 : Cloud Computing –Benefits and Limitations

Module 6 : Cloud Computing -Benefits

  • Cloud Computing -Limitations
  • How to Choose a Right Service provider
  • Service Providers – Indemnity Clauses and Privacy Rules

Module 7 : Win Azure User Sign up?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Windows Azure cloud Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Azure Cloud Pricing

Module 8 : Win Azure Cloud – Win 2012 server Hands on lab

  • Launch the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Configure endpoints for Win server
  • connect to the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Terminate the win server

Module 9 : Win Azure Cloud- Block Storage

  • Create Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows cloud server 2012
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 10 : Win Azure Cloud – Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the Ubuntu cloud server
  • Configure Endpoints for Ubuntu servers
  • Generate and Assign Public IP Address
  • Connect and Terminate server

Day 02- Amazon Cloud Foundation

Module 11 : User Sign up ?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Amazon Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Amazon Pricing

Module 12 : What is AWS ? (Theory)

  • An overview of AWS
  • EC2- An overiew
  • EBS- An Overview
  • Security Group-An Overview
  • Elastic IP- An overview
  • CloudFront-An Overview
  • S3- An overview
  • Glacier- An overview
  • IAM – An Overview
  • RDS- AN overview

Module 13 : Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Generate and Assign Elastic IP Address
  • connect to the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Terminate Red Hat Linux server

Module 14 : Amazon EC2- Security Groups

  • Creating Security Groups
  • Modify Security Groups
  • Delete Security Groups

Module 15 : Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) : Lab session

  • Lab 15.1
    • Launch Two Ubuntu EC2 Instances
    • Install Java and Apache server in both Instances
    • Upload HTML files to both the servers
    • Test your web Servers through internet
  • Lab 15.2
    • Create Elastic Load Balancer
    • Add both the Ubuntu servers to ELB
    • Test your Elastic Load Balancer
    • Delete your Elastic Load Balancer

Module 16 : Amazon EC2- Win server 2012 Hands on lab

  • Launch Windows server 2012 Instance
  • Decrypt Password and download RDP shortcut client
  • connect to the EC2 Windows 2012 instance
  • Terminate the Windows server 2012 Instance

Module 17 : Amazon Elastic Block Store

  • Create Standard Volume
  • Create and delete snapshots
  • Create Provisioned I/o Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows server 2012
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 18 : Amazon Simple Storage Service ( S3)

  • Create a S3 Bucket
  • Add files and folders to S3 bucket
  • How to make files public and share
  • Configure Encryption and storage policies for files
  • Delete S3 bucket


Cloud Specialist – 2 Days training on Cloud Data centre architecture and Design


Module 1 : Cloud Compute- Advanced Module

  • Cloud Compute – An Overview
  • Cloud Compute – Terms and Technologies
  • Cloud Compute – Evolution of CPU architecture
  • Cloud Compute – Physical server Types and Vendors
  • Designing Compute-As-A-Service

Module 2 : Cloud Storage – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Storage – An Overview
  • SAN and NAS Architecture and its components
  • Unified Storage Architecture and its components
  • Scale up and Scale out Storage –An overview
  • Scale up and Scale out Storage – Sizing guidelines
  • Storage Virtualization and Object Based Storage

Module 3 : Cloud Backup – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Backup – An Overview
  • Backup Terminologies
  • Deduplication Technologies
  • Evolution of Backup Architecture
  • Cloud Backup – Private Cloud Backup

Module 4 : Cloud Service Management – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Service Management- An overview
  • Next Generation Cloud Service Management tools
  • Cloud Service Management- Vendor Example

Module 5: Cloud Computing – Business Continuity

  • Business Continuity – An Overview
  • Disaster Recovery – An Overview
  • Designing Highly Available Cloud Infrastructure
  • Business Continuity Plan for Cloud

Module 6 : BSC Approach to Cloud

  • BSC Framework – ( Build |Source |Choose )
  • How to Transform Physical to Virtual to Private Cloud
  • Build – Private Cloud with Hybrid in Mind
  • Source – Public Cloud with Private in Mind
  • Choose – Right Cloud Broker
  • Cloud Decision Matrix ( Which Services on private and Public)

Module 7: Cloud Computing – Design Workshop

  • Case Studies – One per team
  • Cloud Solution Presentation by Teams

Module 8 : Open Stack Demo ( Cloud Dashboard )

  • Open Stack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack Horizon dashboard
  • Project creation and its usage
  • User Creation and its usage
  • Flavors Creation and its Usage
  • Login as User and Browse Service catalogue
  • Deploy a cirros Instance as user
  • Assign Elastic IP Address to cirros Instance
  • Connect to cirros Instance
  • Terminate cirros server


Build ESXi 5.1 Virtual Data Centre (2 Days training)


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basic
  • Types of Virtualization
  • VMware, Citrix, Microsoft Comparison

Module 2 : ESXi – Landscape

  • ESXi 5.1 – Architectural overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Editions and Differences
  • ESXi 5.1 – Storage Overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Networking Overview
  • vCenter 5.1 – An Overview
  • vSphere Client – An overview

Module 3 : ESXi Hypervisor – Installation and Configure

  • ESXi Server – Bare Metal Installation on Physical server
  • Pre-Installation Checklist
  • ESXi Server Installation Process

Module 4 : vCenter – Installation and Configure

  • vCenter 5.1 Installation
  • vCenter 5.1 Management console
  • Active Directory Integration

Module 5 : Virtual Machine (Linux) – Create and ManageCreate your First Virtual Machine

  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Linux Machines
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • Create Template using Linux VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Linux VM Snapshot and restore
  • VM Import

Module 6 : Virtual Machine (Windows) – Create and Manage

  • Create your Second Virtual Machine
  • Install Windows Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Windows Machines
  • Power up the Windows VM
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Windows VM
  • Create Template using Windows VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Windows VM Snapshot and restore

Module 7 : Configure Cluster and High Availability

  • High Availability requirements
  • Configure iSCSI storage
  • Configure clustering for of Two ESXi servers
  • Configure HA
  • Perform Live Migration (vMotion) of VM from one physical host to another


Open stack Administrator : Single Node private cloud installation


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration
  • My-Sql Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : Openstack Keystone Module

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Keystone Install and configure
  • Create Keystone users ,tenents, and roles

Module 4 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Glance Installation and configuration
  • Role of Glance images
  • How to import images and types of images

Module 5 : Installing Cinder Module

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Creating Cinder services

Module 6 : Installing Neutron services

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in Open
  • Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Creating Neutron services

Module 7 : Installing Nova services

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Nova and KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Creating Nova compute services

Module 8 : Installing Horizon Module

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Nova and KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Creating Nova compute services

Module 9 : Test your Private cloud

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Nova and KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Creating Nova compute services

Coming soon


Coming soon


Duration : 02 Days | Training Mode : Classroom


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training for Cloud Foundation certified person or people have who already have cloud fundamental knowledge. It is intended for any IT professionals like Project Managers, IT presales Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators ,CIO and CTO.


Prerequisites

Should have completed the Amazon Public Cloud – Associate level training from Cloud Enabled or any other Amazon foundation certification.



Module 1 : AWS- Virtual Private CLoud (VPC)


Module 2 : Direct Connect (Theory only with screenshots for labs)


Module 3 : Route 53


Module 4 : AWS Cloud Formation


Module 5 : Relational Database Service (RDS)


Module 6 : Elastic Beanstalk



Module 1: AWS- PosWorks (DevOps)


Module 2 : AWS- Cloudfront (CDN)


Module 3: AWS- IAM (Identity and Access Management)


Coming soon


Duration : 6 weekend | Training Mode : Classroom


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Understand Cloud Computing Foundation concepts (Deployment and Service Models)
  • Understand Cloud Security and Compliance concepts
  • Ability to Launch Windows and Linux Cloud Servers on Amazon web services
  • Ability to Install Ubuntu Server OS and learn Linux basic commands
  • Ability to understand Cloud Data Centre architecture and its components
  • Ability to design IaaS and Platform-As-A-Service, Storage-As-A-Service and Backup-As-A-Service
  • Ability to install 3 hypervisor software ( VMware ESX , Citrix Xen ,Microsoft Hyper-V)
  • Ability to create Virtual Machine, Install Guest OS, Install Guest machine tools
  • Ability to create VM snapshots, VM Templates
  • Ability to Configure High Availability of two Physical hosts clustering
  • Perform Live migration of One Virtual Machine from One physical host to another host
  • Ability to Install Openstack Public Cloud and Create service catalogue
  • Create cloud networking and install Cloud Management dashboard
  • Perform Cloud Administration functions on Openstack cloud.


Cloud Associate : 2 days training


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basics
  • Types of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Live Demo

Module 2 : Demystify Cloud Computing

  • Virtualized Data Centre and Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Infrastructure Framework
  • Cloud Computing – Essential Characteristics
  • Cloud Computing – Summary

Module 3 : Cloud Computing – Deployment Models

  • Private Cloud
  • Public Cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud
  • Community Cloud

Module 4 : Cloud Computing – Service Models

  • Infrastructure-As-A-Service ( IaaS)
  • Platform-As-A-Service ( PaaS)
  • Software-As-A-Service (SaaS)

Module 5 : Cloud Computing – Security and Compliance

  • Cloud Security- Top Threats and Mitigation
  • Cloud Security- Vulnerabilities and Malwares
  • Identity and Privacy Management
  • Known examples Security breachesModule 6 : Cloud Computing –Benefits and Limitations

Module 6 : Cloud Computing -Benefits

  • Cloud Computing -Limitations
  • How to Choose a Right Service provider
  • Service Providers – Indemnity Clauses and Privacy Rules

Module 7 : Win Azure User Sign up?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Windows Azure cloud Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Azure Cloud Pricing

Module 8 : Win Azure Cloud – Win 2012 server Hands on lab

  • Launch the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Configure endpoints for Win server
  • connect to the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Terminate the win server

Module 9 : Win Azure Cloud- Block Storage

  • Create Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows cloud server 2012
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 10 : Win Azure Cloud – Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the Ubuntu cloud server
  • Configure Endpoints for Ubuntu servers
  • Generate and Assign Public IP Address
  • Connect and Terminate server

Module 11 : User Sign up ?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Amazon Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Amazon Pricing

Module 12 : What is AWS ? (Theory)

  • An overview of AWS
  • EC2- An overiew
  • EBS- An Overview
  • Security Group-An Overview
  • Elastic IP- An overview
  • CloudFront-An Overview
  • S3- An overview
  • Glacier- An overview
  • IAM – An Overview
  • RDS- AN overview

Module 13 : Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Generate and Assign Elastic IP Address
  • connect to the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Terminate Red Hat Linux server

Module 14 : Amazon EC2- Security Groups

  • Creating Security Groups
  • Modify Security Groups
  • Delete Security Groups

Module 15 : Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) : Lab session

  • Lab 15.1
    • Launch Two Ubuntu EC2 Instances
    • Install Java and Apache server in both Instances
    • Upload HTML files to both the servers
    • Test your web Servers through internet
  • Lab 15.2
    • Create Elastic Load Balancer
    • Add both the Ubuntu servers to ELB
    • Test your Elastic Load Balancer
    • Delete your Elastic Load Balancer

Module 16 : Amazon EC2- Win server 2012 Hands on lab

  • Launch Windows server 2012 Instance
  • Decrypt Password and download RDP shortcut client
  • connect to the EC2 Windows 2012 instance
  • Terminate the Windows server 2012 Instance

Module 17 : Amazon Elastic Block Store

  • Create Standard Volume
  • Create and delete snapshots
  • Create Provisioned I/o Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows server 2012
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 18 : Amazon Simple Storage Service ( S3)

  • Create a S3 Bucket
  • Add files and folders to S3 bucket
  • How to make files public and share
  • Configure Encryption and storage policies for files
  • Delete S3 bucket


Cloud Specialist


Module 1 : Cloud Compute- Advanced Module

  • Cloud Compute – An Overview
  • Cloud Compute – Terms and Technologies
  • Cloud Compute – Evolution of CPU architecture
  • Cloud Compute – Physical server Types and Vendors
  • Designing Compute-As-A-Service

Module 2 : Cloud Storage – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Storage – An Overview
  • SAN and NAS Architecture and its components
  • Unified Storage Architecture and its components
  • Scale up and Scale out Storage –An overview
  • Scale up and Scale out Storage – Sizing guidelines
  • Storage Virtualization and Object Based Storage

Module 3 : Cloud Backup – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Backup – An Overview
  • Backup Terminologies
  • Deduplication Technologies
  • Evolution of Backup Architecture
  • Cloud Backup – Private Cloud Backup

Module 4 : Cloud Service Management – Advanced Module

  • Cloud Service Management- An overview
  • Next Generation Cloud Service Management tools
  • Cloud Service Management- Vendor Examples

Module 5: Cloud Computing – Business Continuity

  • Business Continuity – An Overview
  • Disaster Recovery – An Overview
  • Designing Highly Available Cloud Infrastructure
  • Business Continuity Plan for Cloud

Module 6 : BSC Approach to Cloud

  • BSC Framework – ( Build |Source |Choose )
  • How to Transform Physical to Virtual to Private Cloud
  • Build – Private Cloud with Hybrid in Mind
  • Source – Public Cloud with Private in Mind
  • Choose – Right Cloud Broker
  • Cloud Decision Matrix ( Which Services on private and Public)

Module 7: Cloud Computing – Design Workshop

  • Case Studies – One per team
  • Cloud Solution Presentation by Teams

Module 8 : Open Stack Demo ( Cloud Dashboard )

  • Open Stack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack Horizon dashboard
  • Project creation and its usage
  • User Creation and its usage
  • Flavors Creation and its Usage
  • Login as User and Browse Service catalogue
  • Deploy a cirros Instance as user
  • Assign Elastic IP Address to cirros Instance
  • Connect to cirros Instance
  • Terminate cirros server


Build ESXi 5.1 Virtual Data Centre ( 2 Days training)


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basic
  • Types of Virtualization
  • VMware, Citrix, Microsoft Comparison

Module 2 : ESXi – Landscape

  • ESXi 5.1 – Architectural overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Editions and Differences
  • ESXi 5.1 – Storage Overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Networking Overview
  • vCenter 5.1 – An Overview
  • vSphere Client – An overview

Module 3 : ESXi Hypervisor – Installation and Configure

  • ESXi Server – Bare Metal Installation on Physical server
  • Pre-Installation Checklist
  • ESXi Server Installation Process

Module 4 : vCenter – Installation and Configure

  • vCenter 5.1 Installation
  • vCenter 5.1 Management console
  • Active Directory Integration

Module 5 : Virtual Machine (Linux) – Create and ManageCreate your First Virtual Machine

  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Linux Machines
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • Create Template using Linux VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Linux VM Snapshot and restore
  • VM Import

Module 6 : Virtual Machine (Windows) – Create and Manage

  • Create your Second Virtual Machine
  • Install Windows Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Windows Machines
  • Power up the Windows VM
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Windows VM
  • Create Template using Windows VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Windows VM Snapshot and restore

Module 7 : Configure Cluster and High Availability

  • High Availability requirements
  • Configure iSCSI storage
  • Configure clustering for of Two ESXi servers
  • Configure HA
  • Perform Live Migration (vMotion) of VM from one physical host to another


Build Xen Virtual Data Centre


Module 1 : Xen Server – Landscape

  • Xen Server – Architectural overview
  • Xen Server – Editions and Differences
  • Xen Server – Storage Overview
  • Xen Server – Networking Overview
  • Xen Centre – An Overview

Module 2 : Xen Server – Installation and Configure

  • Xen Server – Bare Metal Installation on Physical server
  • Pre-Installation Checklist
  • Xen Server Installation Process

Module 3 : XenCenter – Installation and Configure

  • XenCenter Installation
  • XenCenter Management console

Module 4 : Virtual Machine (Linux) – Create and Manage

  • Create your First Virtual Machine
  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • Xen server Tools for Linux Machines
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • Create Template using Linux VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Linux VM Snapshot and restore
  • VM Import

Module 5 : Virtual Machine (Windows) – Create and Manage

  • Create your Second Virtual Machine
  • Install Windows Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Windows Machines
  • Power up the Windows VM
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Windows VM
  • Create Template using Windows VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Windows VM Snapshot and restore

Module 6 : Configure Cluster and High Availability

  • High Availability requirements
  • Configure iSCSI storage
  • Configure clustering for of Two ESXi servers
  • Configure HA
  • Perform Live Migration (vMotion) of VM from one physical host to another


Build Hyper-v 2012 Virtual Data Centre


Module 1: Hyper – V Virtualization Overview

  • Overview of Microsoft Virtualization
  • Evaluating the Current Environment for Virtualization
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Architecture Overview

Module 2: Microsoft Win server 2012- Installation Module

  • Install Win server 2012 on a Physical server
  • Create and Manage Partitions

Module 3: Hyper- V- Role Configuration

  • Planning for Hyper-V server Role
  • Install Hyper-V server Role
  • Configure Hyper-V server Role
  • Configure Virtual Networks

Module 4 : Hyper- V- Virtual Machine and Disk Creation

  • Create and Configure of Virtual Hard disk
  • Create and configure Virtual Machine
  • Managing Virtual Machine Snapshots
  • Virtual Machine Connection Application usage

Module 5 : Virtual Machine Guest OS Installation of Linux

  • Create your First Virtual Machine
  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • VM snapshots

Module 6 : Configure and Implement High Availability

  • Overview Failover Clustering
  • Implement Failover of Hyper-V


Open stack Administrator


Module 1: OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2: Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration
  • My-Sql Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : Openstack Keystone Module

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Keystone Install and configure
  • Create Keystone users ,tenents, and roles

Module 4 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Glance Installation and configuration
  • Role of Glance images
  • How to import images and types of images

Module 5 : Installing Cinder Module

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Creating Cinder services

Module 6 : Installing Neutron services

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in Open
  • Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Creating Neutron services

Module 7 : Installing Nova services

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Nova and KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Creating Nova compute services

Module 8 : Installing Horizon Module

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Horizon Installation
  • Horizon Configuration

Module 9 : Test your Private cloud

  • Lab 12: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 13: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 14: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 15: Launch an instance & Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 16: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 17: Create a cinder volume & attach to your instance
  • Lab 18: Other administrative tasks.

Duration : 6 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled ( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training on virtualization for people who have cloud fundamental knowledge. It is intended for any IT professionals like Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, Storage administrators.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Ability to install 3 hypervisor software ( VMware ESXi , Citrix Xen ,Microsoft Hyper-V)
  • Ability to create Virtual Machine, Install Guest OS, Install Guest machine tools
  • Ability to create VM snapshots, VM Templates
  • Ability to Configure High Availability of two Physical hosts clustering
  • Perform Live migration of One Virtual Machine from One physical host to another host

Prerequisites

Minimum understanding of basic Server or desktop OS installation and basic understanding of hardware Components like Motherboard, CPU, RAM & Disk



Build ESXi 5.1 Virtual Data Centre ( 2 Days training)


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basic
  • Types of Virtualization
  • VMware, Citrix, Microsoft Comparison

Module 2 : ESXi – Landscape

  • ESXi 5.1 – Architectural overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Editions and Differences
  • ESXi 5.1 – Storage Overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Networking Overview
  • vCenter 5.1 – An Overview
  • vSphere Client – An overview

Module 3 : ESXi Hypervisor – Installation and Configure

  • ESXi Server – Bare Metal Installation on Physical server
  • Pre-Installation Checklist
  • ESXi Server Installation Process

Module 4 : vCenter – Installation and Configure

  • vCenter 5.1 Installation
  • vCenter 5.1 Management console
  • Active Directory Integration

Module 5 : Virtual Machine (Linux) – Create and ManageCreate your First Virtual Machine

  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Linux Machines
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • Create Template using Linux VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Linux VM Snapshot and restore
  • VM Import

Module 6 : Virtual Machine (Windows) – Create and Manage

  • Create your Second Virtual Machine
  • Install Windows Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Windows Machines
  • Power up the Windows VM
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Windows VM
  • Create Template using Windows VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Windows VM Snapshot and restore

Module 7 : Configure Cluster and High Availability

  • High Availability requirements
  • Configure iSCSI storage
  • Configure clustering for of Two ESXi servers
  • Configure HA
  • Perform Live Migration (vMotion) of VM from one physical host to another


Build Xen Virtual Data Centre


Module 1 : Xen Server – Landscape

  • Xen Server – Architectural overview
  • Xen Server – Editions and Differences
  • Xen Server – Storage Overview
  • Xen Server – Networking Overview
  • Xen Centre – An Overview

Module 2 : Xen Server – Installation and Configure

  • Xen Server – Bare Metal Installation on Physical server
  • Pre-Installation Checklist
  • Xen Server Installation Process

Module 3 : XenCenter – Installation and Configure

  • XenCenter Installation
  • XenCenter Management console

Module 4 : Virtual Machine (Linux) – Create and Manage

  • Create your First Virtual Machine
  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • Xen server Tools for Linux Machines
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • Create Template using Linux VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Linux VM Snapshot and restore
  • VM Import

Module 5 : Virtual Machine (Windows) – Create and Manage

  • Create your Second Virtual Machine
  • Install Windows Guest Operating Systems
  • VMware Tools for Windows Machines
  • Power up the Windows VM
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Windows VM
  • Create Template using Windows VM
  • Deploy Virtual Machine using VM Template
  • Windows VM Snapshot and restore

Module 6 : Configure Cluster and High Availability

  • High Availability requirements
  • Configure iSCSI storage
  • Configure clustering for of Two ESXi servers
  • Configure HA
  • Perform Live Migration (vMotion) of VM from one physical host to another


Build Hyper-v 2012 Virtual Data Centre


Module 1: Hyper – V Virtualization Overview

  • Overview of Microsoft Virtualization
  • Evaluating the Current Environment for Virtualization
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Architecture Overview

Module 2: Microsoft Win server 2012- Installation Module

  • Install Win server 2012 on a Physical server
  • Create and Manage Partitions

Module 3: Hyper- V- Role Configuration

  • Planning for Hyper-V server Role
  • Install Hyper-V server Role
  • Configure Hyper-V server Role
  • Configure Virtual Networks

Module 4 : Hyper- V- Virtual Machine and Disk Creation

  • Create and Configure of Virtual Hard disk
  • Create and configure Virtual Machine
  • Managing Virtual Machine Snapshots
  • Virtual Machine Connection Application usage

Module 5 : Virtual Machine Guest OS Installation of Linux

  • Create your First Virtual Machine
  • Install Linux Guest Operating Systems
  • Power up the Linux VM and run basic commands
  • Shutdown and Reboot procedure for the Linux VM
  • VM snapshots

Module 6 : Configure and Implement High Availability

  • Overview Failover Clustering
  • Implement Failover of Hyper-V

Coming soon


Duration : 5 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only

Registration Link : http://training.thecloudenabled.com/courseregister/


Training Schedule


Course Fees :

Live clasrroom training : 2750 Singapore Dollars

India classroom training : India- 1,20,000 INR + 15 % service taxes for India

other countries clasrroom : 3,000 US dollars


Some facts on Why Cloud Enabled for training partner of your choice​

  • Mr.Anil Bidari,CEO of Cloud Enabled is one of the 20+ Global experts who was involved in COA professional certification group https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Foundation/ProfessionalCertification
  • Cloud Enabled offers Consulting System Integrator’s category ,( http://www.openstack.org/marketplace/consulting/)
  • we will answer all those toughest question you have about Openstack since we do consulting and implementation and support of openstack clouds
  • We have been rated 5 Stars on feedback rating always refer
    the link below for feedback http://www.openstack.org/marketplace/training/Cloud-Enabled/62
  • You get free one Month technical remote support ( Mon to friday – 9 AM to 6 PM) after training for troubleshooting and guidance

Agenda

Below are the specific content areas (Domains) and the specific tasks on which candidates may be expected to demonstrate their knowledge.


Pre-requisites – Addon Modules designed by Cloud Enabled ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • OpenStack Ecosystem Overview
  • Setup a Multi Node ( 3 node setup) OpenStack Environment
    • Install and Configure Controller Node on Ubuntu 14.04 Server
    • Install and Configure Neutron Node on Ubuntu 14.04 server
    • Install and Configure Compute Node on Ubuntu 14.04 Server

Getting to know OpenStack – 3% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Understand the components that make up the cloud
  • Use the OpenStack API/CLI

Identity management – 12% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage Keystone catalogue services and endpoints
  • Manage/Create projects, users, and roles
  • Create roles for the environment
  • Manage the identity service
  • Verify operation of the Identity service

Dashboard – 3% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Verify operation of the Dashboard

Compute – 15% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage flavors
  • Manage compute instance actions (e.g. launch, shutdown, terminate)
  • Manage Nova user keypairs
  • Launch a new instance
  • Shutdown an Instance
  • Terminate Instance
  • Configure an Instance with a Floating IP address
  • Manage project security group rules
  • Assign security group to Instance
  • Assign floating IP address to Instance
  • Detach floating IP address from Instance
  • Manage Nova host consoles (rdp, spice, tty)
  • Access an Instance using a keypair
  • Manage instance snapshots
  • Manage Nova compute servers
  • Manage quotas
  • Get Nova stats (hosts, services, tenants
  • Verify operation of the Compute service

Object Storage – 10% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage access to object storage
  • Manage expiring objects
  • Manage storage policies
  • Monitor space available for object store
  • Verify operation of Object Storage
  • Manage permissions on a container in object storage

Block Storage – 10% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage volume
  • Create volume group for block storage
  • Create a new Block Storage Volume and mount it to a Nova Instance
  • Manage quotas
  • Manage volumes quotas
  • Manage volumes backups
  • Backup and restore volumes
  • Manage volume snapshots (e.g, take, list, recover)
  • Verify that block storage can perform snapshotting function
  • Snapshot volume
  • Manage volumes encryption
  • Set up storage pools
  • Monitor reserve capacity of block storage devices
  • Analyze discrepancies in reported volume sizes

Networking – 15% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage network resources (e.g., routers, subnets)
  • Create external networks
  • Create project networks
  • Create project routers
  • Manage network services for a virtual environment
  • Manage project security group rules
  • Manage quotas
  • Verify operation of network service
  • Manage network interfaces on compute instances
  • Troubleshoot network issues for a tenant network (enter namespace, run tcpdump, etc)

Telemetry – 3% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Verify operation of Telemetry
  • Configure OpenStack Services to report Telemetry data
  • Configure the Object Storage Service to report Telemetry data
  • Manage Telemetry alarms
  • Manage Telemetry meters
  • Manage Telemetry resources (e.g. alarms, meters)
  • Configure the compute service to report Telemetry data
  • Perform Ceilometer queries

Heat/Orchestration – 6% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Launch a stack using a Heat/Orchestration template (e.g., storage, network, and compute
  • Use Heat/Orchestration CLI and Dashboard
  • Verify Heat/Orchestration stack is working
  • Verify operation of Heat/Orchestration
  • Create a Heat/Orchestration template that matches a specific scenario
  • Update a stack
  • Obtain detailed information about a stack

Troubleshooting – 13% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Analyze log files
  • Backup the database(s) used by an OpenStack instance
  • Centralize and analyze logs (e.g.,/var/log/COMPONENT_NAME, Database Server, Messaging Server, Web Server, syslog)
  • Analyze database servers
  • Analyze Host/Guest OS and Instance status
  • Analyze messaging servers
  • Analyze meta data servers
  • Analyze network status (physical & virtual)
  • Analyze storage status (local, block & object)
  • Manage OpenStack Services
  • Diagnose service incidents
  • Digest OpenStack environment (Controller, Compute, Storage and Network nodes)
  • Direct logging files through centralized logging system
  • Backup and restore an OpenStack instance
  • Troubleshoot network performance

Image management – 10% ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Deploy a new image to an OpenStack instance
  • Manage image types and backends
  • Manage images (e.g. add, update, remove)
  • Verify operation of the Image Service

Source of curriculum: http://www.openstack.org/coa/requirements


Duration : 6 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

You would deploying Multi Node OpenStack Private cloud and integrate with KVM.Below is deployment architecture what you would be expected to have ability to install after completion of course.


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training for OpenStack Foundation certified professionals. It is intended for any IT professionals like Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, storage administrators want to pursue their career as OpenStack Implementation or Openstack administrator roles.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Deploy a Multi-Node OpenStack Cloud
  • Deploy two KVM Hosts
  • Deploy an Configure iSCSI SAN for storage services
  • Integrate OpenStack with Ubuntu KVM Virtual Data centre
  • Create Private cloud and allow users to deploy VM on you cloud
  • Deliver Infrastructure-As-A-Service

Prerequisites

Openstack Administrator or Knowledge of Openstack Environment



Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 4 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 02 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 03 : – Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 04 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 05 : create linux Glance images


Module 6 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 06 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 07 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 7 : Neutron services – Theory and Lab

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Lab 08 : Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Lab 09 : Install and configure neutron DHCP ,L3 and L2 agents

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 12 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 13 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Preparing Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 15: Export Ubuntu ovf to vmware workstation.
  • Lab 16: VM configuration over-view
  • Lab 17: Preparing OS
  • Lab 18: Preparing Networking
  • Lab 19: Installing Pre-Requisites

Module 11 : Installing Neutron services on Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 20: Install & Configure Neutron services for both the Nodes

Module 12: Installing Nova services on Compute01 and compute 02 Node

  • Lab 21: Install & Configure Nova services for both the Nodes

Module 13 : Configure Shared Storage

  • Lab 22 : Export Ubuntu ovf to vmware workstation.
  • Lab 23 : Install and configure NFS server on different server
  • Lab 24 : Install and configure NFS client on both compute nodes
  • Lab 25 : Mount shared storage on both compute nodes

Module 14: Openstack Administration

  • Lab 26: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 27: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 28: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 29: Launch an instance & Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 30: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 31: Create a cinder volume & attach to your instance
  • Lab 32: Other administrative tasks.

Module 15 : Live Migration and Nova Instance failover

  • Lab 33 : Migrate nova instance from compute01 to compute02
  • Lab 34 : Test failover of nova instance from one host to another

Module 16 : Install Heat service on Controller

  • Lab 35 : Install & Configure Heat services on controller nodes
  • Lab 36 : Launch a Heat Stack

Module 17 : Install Ceilometer service on Controller

  • Lab 37 : Install & Configure Ceilometer services on controller nodes
  • Lab 38 : Installing glance, compute agent for Ceilometer metering
  • Lab 39 : Ceilometer overview on Horizon

Module 18 : Devstack automation

  • Lab 40: Installing Openstack single node using devstack

Duration : 3 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

This course is designed to meet the exam requirements of COA (https://www.openstack.org/coa/requirements). This will be a 3 Day classroom training with Single node setup installation( 1 node) and then perform all COA certification related labs.This class will be delivered from 09.30 AM to 17:00.


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Pre-Requsites

  • RabbitMq- Role in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • My-Sql – Role in OpenStack and Installation

Module 3 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • Keystone Install and configure
  • Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 4 : Installing Horizon Module

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Horizon Installation
  • Horizon Configuration

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Glance Installation and configuration
  • Role of Glance images

Module 6 : Installing Neutron services

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Creating neutron services

Module 7 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute, nova-api and nova-scheduler
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 8 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Create Cinder service

Dashboard – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Verify operation of the Dashboard

Compute – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage flavors
  • Manage compute instance actions (e.g. launch, shutdown, terminate)
  • Manage Nova user keypairs
  • Launch a new instance
  • Shutdown an Instance
  • Terminate Instance
  • Configure an Instance with a Floating IP address
  • Manage project security group rules
  • Assign security group to Instance
  • Assign floating IP address to Instance
  • Detach floating IP address from Instance
  • Manage Nova host consoles (rdp, spice, tty)
  • Access an Instance using a keypair
  • Manage instance snapshots
  • Manage Nova compute servers
  • Manage quotas
  • Get Nova stats (hosts, services, tenants
  • Verify operation of the Compute service

Object Storage – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage access to object storage
  • Monitor space available for object store
  • Verify operation of Object Storage
  • Manage permissions on a container in object storage

Block Storage – (HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage volume
  • Create volume group for block storage
  • Create a new Block Storage Volume and mount it to a Nova Instance
  • Manage quotas
  • Manage volumes quotas
  • Manage volumes backups
  • Backup and restore volumes
  • Manage volume snapshots (e.g, take, list, recover)
  • Verify that block storage can perform snapshotting function
  • Snapshot volume
  • Manage volumes encryption
  • Set up storage pools
  • Monitor reserve capacity of block storage devices
  • Analyze discrepancies in reported volume sizes

Networking – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Manage network resources (e.g., routers, subnets)
  • Create external networks
  • Create project networks
  • Create project routers
  • Manage network services for a virtual environment
  • Manage project security group rules
  • Manage quotas
  • Verify operation of network service
  • Manage network interfaces on compute instances
  • Troubleshoot network issues for a tenant network (enter namespace, run tcpdump, etc)

Heat/Orchestration – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

    o Launch a stack using a Heat/Orchestration template (e.g., storage, network, and compute o Use Heat/Orchestration CLI and Dashboard o Verify Heat/Orchestration stack is working o Verify operation of Heat/Orchestration o Create a Heat/Orchestration template that matches a specific scenario o Update a stack o Obtain detailed information about a stack

Troubleshooting – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Analyze log files
  • Backup the database(s) used by an OpenStack instance
  • Centralize and analyze logs (e.g.,/var/log/COMPONENT_NAME, Database Server, Messaging Server, Web Server, syslog)
  • Analyze database servers
  • Analyze Host/Guest OS and Instance status
  • Analyze messaging servers
  • Analyze storage status (local, block & object)
  • Manage OpenStack Services
  • Diagnose service incidents
  • Digest OpenStack environment (Controller, Compute, Storage and Network nodes)
  • Direct logging files through centralized logging system
  • Backup and restore an OpenStack instance
  • Troubleshoot network performance

Image management – ( HandsOn Lab by Students)

  • Deploy a new image to an OpenStack instance
  • Manage image types and backends
  • Manage images (e.g. add, update, remove)
  • Verify operation of the Image Service

Duration : 3 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

This course is designed and developed by Mr Anil Bidari, Founder and CEO of Cloud Enabled ( who is popularly known as “Cloud Guru”). The trainers are personally recruited and trained by Mr Anil Bidari, to ensure that trainers has ability to deliver the course at excellence and adhere to Global standards.


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training for OpenStack Foundation certified professionals. It is intended for any IT professionals like Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, storage administrators want to pursue their career as OpenStack Implementation or Openstack administrator roles.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Deploy a Multi-Node OpenStack Cloud
  • Deploy two ESXi Hosts
  • Deploy an Configure iSCSI SAN for storage services
  • Deploy vCentre Server
  • Integrate OpenStack with VMware Virtual Data centre
  • Create Private cloud and allow users to deploy VM on you cloud
  • Deliver Infrastructure-As-A-Service

Prerequisites

Cloud Enabled certified Openstack Administrator or Knowledge of Openstack Environment


Duration : 2 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

You would deploying Multi Node OpenStack Private cloud and integrate with Microsoft Hyper-v 2012.Below is deployment architecture what you woudl expected to have ability to install after completion of course


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training for OpenStack Foundation certified professionals. It is intended for any IT professionals like Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, storage administrators want to pursue their career as OpenStack Implementation or Openstack administrator roles.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Deploy a Multi-Node OpenStack Cloud
  • Deploy two Hyper-V Hosts
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  • Deploy an Configure iSCSI SAN for storage services
  • sss
  • Integrate OpenStack with Hyper-V Virtual Data centre
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  • Create Private cloud and allow users to deploy VM on you cloud
  • Deliver Infrastructure-As-A-Service

Prerequisites

Openstack Administrator or Knowledge of Openstack Environment



Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 4 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 02 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 03 : – Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 04 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 05 : create linux Glance images


Module 6 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 06 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 07 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 7 : Neutron services – Theory and Lab

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Lab 08 : Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Lab 09 : Install and configure neutron DHCP ,L3 and L2 agents

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 12 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 13 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Installing Neutron and Nova services on Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 12: Install & Configure Neutron services for both the Nodes
  • Lab 13: Install Windows 2012 on Host01
  • Lab 14: Install Windows 2012 on Host02
  • Lab 15: Install Hyper-V Role on both Hosts
  • Lab 16: Install nova-compute with installer

Module 11: Openstack Administration

  • Lab 17: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 18: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 19: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 20: Launch an instance & Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 21: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 22: Create a cinder volume & attach to your instance
  • Lab 23: Other administrative tasks.

Module 12 : Live Migration and Nova Instance failover

  • Lab 24 : Migrate nova instance from compute01 to compute02
  • Lab 25 : Test failover of nova instance from one host to another

Duration : 2 Days | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

You would deploying Enterprise grade Highly available OpenStack Private cloud.Below is deployment architecture what you would be expected to have ability to install after completion of course.


Audience Profile

The course is advanced level training for OpenStack Foundation certified professionals. It is intended for any IT professionals like Unix, Linux and Windows Server Administrators, storage administrators want to pursue their career as OpenStack Implementation or Openstack administrator roles.


After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Deploy a Multi-Node OpenStack Cloud with multicontroller
  • Deploy a proxy server & separate db server
  • Integrate OpenStack with multiple compute node
  • Create Private cloud and allow users to deploy VM on you cloud
  • Deliver Infrastructure-As-A-Service

Prerequisites

Openstack Administrator or Knowledge of Openstack Environment



Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : Deploy HAProxy

  • HAProxy– An Overview
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure HAProxy on proxy node
  • Lab 02 : Configure HAProxy for controller & compute node

Module 4 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 02 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 5 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 03 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 04 : – Create Keystone users, tenants, and roles

Module 6 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 05 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 06 : create linux Glance images


Module 7 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 07 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 08 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 09 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 10 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 11 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 12 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Installing Nova services on Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 13: Install & Configure nova-compute for both the Nodes
  • Lab 14: Install & Configure nova-network for both the Nodes

Module 11: Test HA

  • Lab 15: Test Keystone High Availability
  • Lab 16: Test Glance High Availability
  • Lab 17: Test Cinder High Availability
  • Lab 18: Test Horizon High Availability
  • Lab 19: Test Nova High Availability
  • Lab 20: Test Compute High Availability


Module 1 : Virtual Networking Foundation

  • Virtual Switch -An overview
  • Proprietary and opensource vSwitch
  • How virtual networking works ?
  • Lab 01 : Creating vSwitch in VMware ESXi 6.0

Module 2 : SDN Foundation

  • Demystify SDN
  • SDN Architecture
  • Network function virtualization and SDN
  • SDN product overview ( Opendaylight, OpenContrail,NSX,etc)

Module 3 : OpenFlow foundation

  • Openflow – An overview
  • Openflow Components
  • Openflow control plane
  • Openflow Data plane
  • Openflow protocols


Module 4 : Openswitch

  • OVS overview
  • OVS components ( OVSdb, OVS kernel module, ovs)
  • OVS types ( software only, Hardware based,OVS hybrid switch)
  • Lab 02 : Bulding OVS from source code


Module 5 : OpenStack Neutron deep dive

  • Neutron overview
  • Neutron Agents ( DHCP,L3, LbaaS, FWaaS,OVS agent)
  • Neutron and OVS integration
  • Lab 03 : Neutron Behind the scenes : Packet flow with GRE and VXLAN
  • Openstack neutron integration with brocade integration
  • OpenStack neutron integration with Juniper integration


Module 6 : OpenStack Neutron with opendaylight Integration

  • Opendaylight project overview
  • Opendaylight components
  • Lab 04 : Integrate openstack neutron with opendaylight


Module 7 : OpenStack Neutron with opencontrail Integration

  • Opencontrail project overview
  • OpenContrail components
  • Lab 05 : Integrate openstack neutron with openContrail

Module 8 : OpenStack Neutron with Cisco Nexus 1000v Integration

  • Cisco Nexus 1000v overview
  • Cisco Nexus 1000v components
  • Lab 06 : Integrate openstack neutron with Cisco Nexus 1000v

Duration : 14 Weekends(+2 weekdays) | Fees 2,00,000 INR + 14 % Service taxes​ | Training delivery : Classroom only


About this Course

Cloud Enabled, Bangalore announces World’s First “OpenStack IaaS Expert” program, this training is backed by Senior Cloud Engineers from Cloud Enabled who actually implement OpenStack for the enterprise customers. Cloud Enabled is a Cloud Services Enterprise which focuses on Design, Deploy and Managing Private and Public Clouds which are based on OpenStack and Apache CloudStack.


This course includes

  • Weekend 1 : Cloud Associate ( Sat-Sun :2 Day)
  • Weekend 2 : Openstack Administrator ( single node Private cloud
  • Installation with KVM integration) ( Sat-Sun 2 Day)
  • Weekend 3 : OpenStack KV-Specialist (Openstack Multi Node with KVM integration ( Sat-Sun :2 Day)
  • Weekend 4 : OpenStack vSpecialist (Openstack Multi Node -VMware integration ( Sat-Sun,Mon : 3 Day )
  • Weekend 5 : OpenStack HV-Specialist (Openstack Multi Node – Hyper-V 2012 integration ( Sat,sun,Mon: 3 Day)
  • weekend 6 : OpenStack High Availability using HA proxy ( Sat-Sun : 2 Day)

Additional benefits of enrolling Openstack IaaS Expert training are as below
  • You also get One month free technical support on Openstack Installation ( Mon to friday 9 AM to 6 PM ,with support time not exceeding one hour per day )
  • You also get 2 Day Cloud Specialist Training Program ( designing Private clouds) Free of cost


Cloud Associate ( cloud foundation training for beginners for 2 days)


Module 1 : Virtualization Foundation

  • Evolution of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Basics
  • Types of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Live Demo

Module 2 : Demystify Cloud Computing

  • Virtualized Data Centre and Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Infrastructure Framework
  • Cloud Computing – Essential Characteristics
  • Cloud Computing – Summary

Module 3 : Cloud Computing – Deployment Models

  • Private Cloud
  • Public Cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud
  • Community Cloud

Module 4 : Cloud Computing – Service Models

  • Infrastructure-As-A-Service ( IaaS)
  • Platform-As-A-Service ( PaaS)
  • Software-As-A-Service (SaaS)

Module 5 : Cloud Computing – Security and Compliance

  • Cloud Security- Top Threats and Mitigation
  • Cloud Security- Vulnerabilities and Malwares
  • Identity and Privacy Management
  • Known examples Security breaches

Module 6 : Cloud Computing –Benefits and Limitations

  • Cloud Computing -Benefits
  • Cloud Computing -Limitations
  • How to Choose a Right Service provider
  • Service Providers – Indemnity Clauses and Privacy Rules

Module 7 : Win Azure User Sign up ?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Windows Azure cloud Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Azure Cloud Pricing

Module 8 : Win Azure Cloud – Win 2012 server Hands on lab

  • Launch the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Configure endpoints for Win server
  • Connect to the Win 2012 cloud server
  • Terminate the win server

Module 9 : Win Azure Cloud- Block Storage

  • Create Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows cloud server 2012
  • Assign volumes to Windows cloud server 2012

Module 10 : Win Azure Cloud – Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the Ubuntu cloud server
  • Configure Endpoints for Ubuntu servers
  • Generate and Assign Public IP Address
  • Connect and Terminate server

Module 11 : User Sign up ?

  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Amazon Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Amazon Pricing

Module 12 : What is AWS ? ( Theroy)

  • An overview of AWS
  • EC2- An overiew
  • EBS- An Overview
  • Security Group-An Overview
  • Elastic IP- An overview
  • CloudFront-An Overview
  • S3- An overview
  • Glacier- An overview
  • IAM – An Overview
  • RDS- AN overview

Module 13 : Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 12.04 Hands on lab

  • Launch the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Generate and Assign Elastic IP Address
  • Connect to the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Terminate Red Hat Linux server

Module 14 : Amazon EC2- Security Groups

  • Creating Security Groups
  • Modify Security Groups
  • Delete Security Groups

Module 15 : Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) : Lab session

  • Lab 15.1
    • Launch Two Ubuntu EC2 Instances
    • Install Java and Apache server in both Instances
    • Upload HTML files to both the servers
    • Test your web Servers through internet
  • Lab 15.2
    • Create Elastic Load Balancer
    • Add both the Ubuntu servers to ELB
    • Test your Elastic Load Balancer
    • Delete your Elastic Load Balancer

Module 16 : Amazon EC2- Win server 2012 Hands on lab

  • Launch Windows server 2012 Instance
  • Decrypt Password and download RDP shortcut client
  • Connect to the EC2 Windows 2012 instance
  • Terminate the Windows server 2012 Instance

Module 17 : Amazon Elastic Block Store

  • Create Standard Volume
  • Create and delete snapshots
  • Create Provisioned I/o Volume
  • Assign volumes to Windows server 2012
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 18 : Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

  • Create a S3 Bucket
  • Add files and folders to S3 bucket
  • How to make files public and share
  • Configure Encryption and storage policies for files
  • Delete S3 bucket


Open stack Administrator (single Node Openstack Installation)


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Pre-Requsites

  • RabbitMq- Role in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • My-Sql – Role in OpenStack and Installation

Module 3 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • Keystone Install and configure
  • Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 4 : Installing Horizon Module

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Horizon Installation
  • Horizon Configuration

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Glance Installation and configuration
  • Role of Glance images

Module 6 : Installing Neutron services

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Creating neutron services

Module 7 : Installing Nova services

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute, nova-api and nova-scheduler
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 8 : Installing Horizon Module

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Horizon Installation
  • Horizon Configuration

Module 9 : Test your Private cloud

  • Lab 12: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 13: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 14: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 15: Launch an instance ; Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 16: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 17: Create a cinder volume & attach to your instance
  • Lab 18: Review openstack logs


OpenStack Multi node KVM Integration ( 2 days training)


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 4 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 02 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 03 : – Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 04 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 05 : create linux Glance images

Module 6 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 06 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 07 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 7 : Neutron services – Theory and Lab

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Lab 08 : Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Lab 09 : Install and configure neutron DHCP ,L3 and L2 agents

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 12 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 13 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Preparing Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 15: Export Ubuntu ovf to vmware workstation.
  • Lab 16: VM configuration over-view
  • Lab 17: Preparing OS
  • Lab 18: Preparing Networking
  • Lab 19: Installing Pre-Requisites

Module 11 : Installing Neutron services on Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 20: Install & Configure Neutron services for both the Nodes

Module 12: Installing Nova services on Compute01 and compute 02 Node

  • Lab 21: Install & Configure Nova services for both the Nodes

Module 13 : Configure Shared Storage

  • Lab 22 : Export Ubuntu ovf to vmware workstation.
  • Lab 23 : Install and configure NFS server on different server
  • Lab 24 : Install and configure NFS client on both compute nodes
  • Lab 25 : Mount shared storage on both compute nodes

Module 14: Openstack Administration

  • Lab 26: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 27: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 28: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 29: Launch an instance & Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 30: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 31: Create a cinder volume & attach to your instance
  • Lab 32: Other administrative tasks.

Module 15 : Live Migration and Nova Instance failover

  • Lab 33 : Migrate nova instance from compute01 to compute02
  • Lab 34 : Test failover of nova instance from one host to another


Openstack Multi node vCenter Integration ( 2 days training)


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 4 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 02 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 03 : – Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 04 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 05 : create linux Glance images

Module 6 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 06 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 07 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 7 : Neutron services – Theory and Lab

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Lab 08 : Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Lab 09 : Install and configure neutron DHCP ,L3 and L2 agents

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 12 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 13 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Preparing Compute Node 01

  • Lab 15: Export Ubuntu ovf to vmware workstation.
  • Lab 16: VM configuration over-view
  • Lab 17: Preparing OS
  • Lab 18: Preparing Networking
  • Lab 19: Installing Pre-Requisites

Module 11 : Installing Neutron services on Compute Node 01

  • Lab 20: Install & Configure Neutron services for both the Nodes

Module 12: Installing Nova services on Compute Node 01

  • Lab 21: Install & Configure Nova services for both the Nodes
  • Lab 22: Installing vmware SDK & related packages

Module 13 : ESXi – Landscape

  • ESXi 5.1 – Architectural overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Editions and Differences
  • ESXi 5.1 – Storage Overview
  • ESXi 5.1 – Networking Overview
  • vCenter 5.1 – An Overview
  • vSphere Client – An overview

Module 14: Preparing vCenter Environement

  • Lab 23: Configure ESXi Host01 for Openstack integration
  • Lab 24: configure ESXi Host02 for OpenStack Integration
  • Lab 25: Install vsphere client

Module 15 : vCenter – Installation and Configure

  • vCenter 5.1 Installation
  • vCenter 5.1 Management console
  • Lab 26: Install windows 2008R2
  • Lab 27: Install vCenter 5.1
  • Lab 28: Add hosts & Create cluster
  • Lab 29: Create br-int on each host for openstack integration
  • Lab 30: Enable port for novnc console

Module 16 : Test your Private cloud

  • Lab 31: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 32: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 33: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 34: Launch an instance & Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 35: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 36: Other administrative tasks.
  • Lab 37: Launch an instance though openstack Horizon
  • Verify instance on openstack dashboard & vCenter

Module 17 : Live Migration and Nova Instance failover

  • Lab 38 : Migrate nova instance from ESXi host 01 to ESXi host02
  • Lab 39 : Test failover of nova instance from one host to another


Open stack Multi node Hyper-V Integration ( 3 days training Sat,Sun,and monday)


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 4 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 02 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 03 : – Create Keystone users ,tenants, and roles

Module 5 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 04 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 05 : create linux Glance images

Module 6 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 06 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 07 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 7 : Neutron services – Theory and Lab

  • Neutron -An Overview
  • Role of Neutron in OpenStack
  • Lab 08 : Neutron Installation and configuration
  • Lab 09 : Install and configure neutron DHCP ,L3 and L2 agents

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 10 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 11 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 12 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 13 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Installing Neutron and Nova services on Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 12: Install & Configure Neutron services for both the Nodes
  • Lab 13: Install Windows 2012 on Host01
  • Lab 14: Install Windows 2012 on Host02
  • Lab 15: Install Hyper-V Role on both Hosts
  • Lab 16: Install nova-compute with installer

Module 11: Openstack Administration

  • Lab 17: Create Projects and Users
  • Lab 18: Create Security Groups & Key pairs
  • Lab 19: Create Networks, Routers and Floating IP
  • Lab 20: Launch an instance & Allocate floating IP
  • Lab 21: Take a remote session of your instance
  • Lab 22: Create a cinder volume & attach to your instance
  • Lab 23: Other administrative tasks.

Module 12 : Live Migration and Nova Instance failover

  • Lab 24 : Migrate nova instance from compute01 to compute02
  • Lab 25 : Test failover of nova instance from one host to another


OpenStack High Availability (configure 2 Openstack controller in HA mode)


Module 1 : OpenStack Eco-System Overview

  • Openstack – Architectural Overview
  • Openstack – Versions
  • Openstack – Terminologies (Keystone, Glance, Nova, Cinder, Neutron, Horizon)
  • Openstack – Implementation Types

Module 2 : Openstack Installation Module

  • Deployment Planning for Openstack
  • Ubuntu Server Installation
  • Network and Disk Partitioning on Linux
  • NTP Server Installation and Configuration

Module 3 : Deploy HAProxy

  • HAProxy– An Overview
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 01 : Install and Configure HAProxy on proxy node
  • Lab 02 : Configure HAProxy for controller & compute node

Module 4 : MySQL Server – Theory and Lab

  • MySql Server – An Overview
  • MySql Server High Availability – Theory
  • Mysql Server Management – CLI and GUI
  • Lab 02 : Install and Configure Mysql Server on Controller node

Module 5 : Openstack Keystone Module – Theory and Lab

  • Keystone -An Overview
  • Role of Keystone in OpenStack
  • RabbitMQ Installation
  • Lab 03 : Keystone Install and configure
  • Lab 04 : – Create Keystone users, tenants, and roles

Module 6 : Openstack Glance Module

  • Glance -An Overview
  • Role of Glance in OpenStack
  • Role of Glance images
  • Lab 05 : Glance Installation and configuration
  • Lab 06 : create linux Glance images

Module 7 : Cinder Module – Theory and Lab

  • Cinder -An Overview
  • Role of Cinder in OpenStack
  • Lab 07 : Cinder Installation and configuration
  • Lab 08 : Create a cinder volume and test

Module 8 : Nova services – Theory and Lab

  • OpenStack Nova -An Overview
  • Role of Nova Compute ( KVM,Xen etc)
  • Lab 09 : KVM Hypervisor Installation and configuration
  • Lab 10 : Install Nova compute agent

Module 9 : Horizon Module – Theory and Lab

  • Horizon -An Overview
  • Role of Horizon in OpenStack
  • Lab 11 : Horizon Installation
  • Lab 12 : Customization of Horizon adding your company logo to dashboard

Module 10 : Installing Nova services on Compute01 and Compute 02 Node

  • Lab 13: Install & Configure nova-compute for both the Nodes
  • Lab 14: Install & Configure nova-network for both the Nodes

Module 11: Test HA

  • Lab 15: Test Keystone High Availability
  • Lab 16: Test Glance High Availability
  • Lab 17: Test Cinder High Availability
  • Lab 18: Test Horizon High Availability
  • Lab 19: Test Nova High Availability
  • Lab 20: Test Compute High Availability

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