Linux High Availability Clustering on Veritas Cluster Server
What you'll learn
- Veritas InfoScale High Availability Software Version 7.4.2 (VCS)
- Veritas InfoScale Storage Foundation Software Version 7.4.2 (VCS)
- Creating Service Groups in VCS
- Creating Disk Groups in VCS
- Failover Testing in VCS
- Creating Private Networks for Heart Beat Connection
- Assigning IP Addresses to Service Groups
- Creating File Systems using Veritas Storage Foundation
- Build a Linux CentOS Version 7 Server
- A Computer with an internet connection
Veritas Cluster Server, commonly known as VCS is used by organizations around the globe to host their mission critical applications and to ensure there is always high availability enforced for the databases, filesystems and IP addresses.
In this course, you'll learn how to download and install VCS trail version, which is valid for 60 days and build your own VCS Cluster Environment on a Linux machine that we'll build using Virtual Box.
We will simulate a live working environment, by creating disk groups on shared storage devices in the back end, we'll also create service groups and perform failover tests. All resources, including storage devices, IP addresses for services groups and file systems will failover from one node to another. This will mimic a live high availability environment.
We will deploy Veritas InfoScale Availability and Storage Foundation Software on our Linux host.
I am excited to teach you the end to end VCS (Veritas) cluster setup. Please join me in the course.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in learning Veritas Cluster Server Technology (VCS) on Linux Systems
Thanks for taking the time out to read through my Bio.
I am Adeel and for the past eight and a half years, I've been working for an industry tech giant as a Senior Systems Engineer. I have a ton of experience working with various technologies and I can't wait to share my knowledge with everyone on this platform.