SLE321 – High availibility Cluster with SUSE Linux Enterprise 12
Managing a high availability cluster with SUSE Enterprise Server 12
Learn how to deploy and administer the SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 High Availability Extension.
- Become familiar with the key concepts of DRBD and high availability software bricks
- Set up a high availability cluster and core resources
- Node fencing and SBD
- Understanding the split-brain and mechanisms of STONITH
- Security and debug of a HA cluster
The course is offered for an audience of administrators who know SLES 12 and wish to implement the High Availability solution.
- Prerequisites: Good prior knowledge of system administration and command line
- Duration : 5 days
- Level : Intermediary
- Price : 2 500 € HT
The training will alternate theoretical contributions and implementation of each notion addressed.
The training will also include a complete hands-on case that will enable the implementation of the proposed development workflow.
We propose a git server which will host school projects used in practical cases. We will also use the case of an existing project to illustrate the point.
|Introduction to the high availability extension of SLE12
Installation and configuration of the cluster
Clustered administration tools
Create Cluster Resources
Control cluster behavior with constraints
Avoid split-brain situations
8Introduction to shared storage
RAID software clustered
Active / active storage
Securing the cluster
Anne NICOLAS is a co-founder of hupstream and a passionate Open Source for many years. She was release manager of the Mandriva distribution and was also involved in the creation of the Mageia distribution.
She regularly performs consulting misssions for deployments, migrations. She is certified by SUSE as a trainer.
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