Proxmox VE 6
What you'll learn
- Students at the end of this course will be able to run fully virtualized datacenter using Proxmox VE clusters, in addition to configuring high availability and shared storage to decrease systems downtime
- Students must be familiar with VMware or VirtualBox, In our course we are using VMWare
- Students are preferred to have basic knowledge in Linux Command Line - Not Mandatory
- Students must have fundamental knowledge in IPv4 networks
The Proxmox VE 6 is one of the powerful alternatives for virtualization solutions like VMware VSphere and Microsoft HyperV, it's free and open source, you can implement clusters and high availability without using any additional licenses or fees.
The course has been updated on April 27, 2020 to include the new release changes, the lectures were also re-organized to be divided into shorter videos instead of long-lectures according to students feedback.
the In this course you learn how to create a high available data center using Proxmox VE, high availability and shared storage solutions, in this course you will learn how to manage firewall, users and permissions and how to configure networking and bonding, all the following topics will be covered in this course:
Introduction and Installation
Installing Proxmox VE from ISO
Installing Proxmox VE on Debian 9 (Stretch)
Web Interface GUI
Creating Your First VM
Virtual Machine Options
QEMU/KVM and LXC Containers
Virtual Machines and Containers
Creating Your First Container
RAM and Disk Advanced Configurations
Advanced RAM Configurations
Advanced Disk Options and Caching Types
Emulated and Paravirtualized Devices
Network Concepts and Management
Editing Storage Contents and Uploading ISOs
Adding New Storgaes
Proxmox VE Firewall
Enabling Firewall and Creating Rules
Firewall Services and Commands
Integration with Suricata IPS
Backup and Restore
Backup Schedule and Modes
Snapshots, Cloning and Templates
Users and Authentication Realms
Objects and Paths
Pools, VM Permissions and Groups
Creating 3 Nodes Cluster
Introduction to HA and Shared Storage
Ceph Installation and Configurations
Activating High Availability
Adding and Removing OSDs
GlusterFS Shared Storage
ZFS Shared Storage and Replication
Storage for ISO and Templates
Proxmox VE Services
Command Line Interface
Configuring PVE From Files
Proxmox VE API and Billing Automation (brief)
Eventually, this will be a continuous course I am going to add any additional topics I think they are important, and any topics requested by students.
So, if you think that this course can be improved by adding any topics, then please let me know.
Who this course is for:
- Students Interested in Virtualization Environments
- Systems administrator looking for powerful solutions to virtualize their datacenter and decrease systems downtime using high availability are advised to join this class
- Proxmox VE begginers can join this class to gain more experience
Hadi Alnabriss is an RHCE certified and Cisco Academy trainer, with high experience in systems and networks administration.
Since 2007, Hadi Alnabriss started to work as Linux systems administrator, in 2011 he started to use virtualization systems for servers, he used a variety types of virtualization environments like VMware ESX vSphere, Microsoft HyperV and Proxmox VE.
In the last 10 years Hadi gained good experience in Linux systems (Like Web servers, DNS Servers, SMPP, Mysql and MariaDB ) and Proxmox VE clusters management.