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This course is designed for Linux system administrators, software developers and VMware engineers.
You want to understand the basic concepts of Openstack for either general knowledge or to fulfill a desire to further yourself in the current hottest technology or to prepare yourself for an upcoming project.
At the end of this course you will have a good grounding in the concept of cloud computing as well as OpenStack terms used in the OpenStack world.
You will also have learned the answers to the following questions:
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|Section 1: Introduction|
What is Cloud Computing?Preview
Advantages of Cloud ComputingPreview
Types of CloudsPreview
Let's learn about our options. What are the more common commercial and open source cloud software out there?
In this lecture, we will learn what a virtual machine is
|Section 2: Openstack|
What is OpenStack?
Openstack is ...
In this lecture we will take a look at the big picture of a cloud
History of Openstack
Openstack's Board of Directors (2014)
Openstack's Board of Directors (2015)
Who uses OpenStack?
Where is Openstack used?
Openstack by the numbers
Main Openstack Components
Other Openstack Components
When is Openstack used?
|Section 3: RDO|
In this lecture we talk about distributions and what makes a distribution
The 2 minute guide on how to try openstack 5 minutes from now
|Quiz 2||4 questions|
Test you knowledge of Openstack Distributions
|Section 4: Getting Help|
Everybody needs help. Nobody lives in a vacuum. This lecture will give you the major options on getting help
Thank you for taking an interest in my Bio and my courses
I am an open source enthusiast and have been since the day I discovered SlackWare 2.0 with its 100 floppy disks.
I love open source in any shape or form. Be it an operating system, cloud software, hardware, software tools, books, or even recipes.
I am an avid reader of all things open source and I love to implement what I read.
I have over 10 years experience in linux and and about a year and a half in openstack
I have been a support engineer, cloud engineer, architect, team lead and supervisor. But what I enjoy the most is teaching about technology.
My career has spanned the travel industry, the financial industry (including a Stock Exchange) and the telecommunication industry. The one thing I learned is that teaching others brings more rewards than you can believe.