Introduction To Linux High Availability Clustering
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2.5 Hours | Lec: 32 | 353 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
RH436 HA Pacemaker centos / redhat linux cluster on vmware virtual machine connected through ISCSI network to storage
2.5 hours gives you an introduction about Linux High Availability Cluster.
Please read it carefully and set your expectations based on the following. To don’t waste your time or even gives me a bad review because you expect more than what inside the course.
You are welcome to add any kind of reviews bad or good but please review it based on the course curriculum and what value you’ve got.
This course helps you to understand high availability clustering by providing a strong concept and hands-on experience with Pacemaker and Corosync components of Red Hat / CentOS Enterprise High Availability Cluster.
Also it is introducing you to other technologies, like ZFS storage to build more reliable environment for business.
Introduction To Linux High Availability Clustering course gives a complete explanation about the functionality of every component in Cluster, and how these components work together.
It gives detailed steps of how to install cluster software packages, how to configure and administrate High Availability Cluster
It is preferred and directed to system administrators ( RHCSA Level ).
The course will cover exactly the following read it carefully.
1- Design a lab environment based on ESXi VMware virtualization to practice the cluster.
2- Explain Cluster software components and how they are communicating to each other.
3- Install Linux cluster packages.
4- Managing Cluster Services & Membership.
5- Very clear explanation about quorum and including all options.
6- Very clear explanation about fencing concept and practice it.
7- Storage module included my first course about ZFS for free.
8- Manage and configure ISCSI initiator.
9- One example to configure NFS service managed by HA cluster.
10- Manage and Configure Cluster logs.
If you feel that you know all of the above save your money and don’t waste your time.
If you decided to take this course I need you to know that first chapter is a little bit long because in my opinion it is very important to understand the architecture of the lab so you can build it step by step.
once you have a proper lab you will find practicing the cluster is so easy. So, I recommend you to be patient. If you feel it sounds boring you can skip it and go a head for next chapter.
I expect if you reached this line that means you understood what will be covered in the course and it is crystal clear for you.