Curso SUSE Linux Cluster e High Availability – 9211

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Curso SUSE Linux

Configure Cluster de Alta Disponibilidade

O Curso SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 – Clustering with SUSE High Availability Extension and a SAN, aborda a instalação e configuração dos componentes fundamentais da Extensão SLE HA, bem como a instalação e configuração de um Corosync/OpenAIS, Pacemaker cluster. Ele também apresenta e abrange a configuração de recursos básicos de cluster e node fencing (usando SBD). É designado para administradores de sistema que opera em ambientes de missão critica.

Faça o curso e aprenda …

  • Configurar Cluster com SUSE H.A
  • Gerenciar ambiente crítcos
  • Implementar solução de Disaster Recovery
Curso voltado para solução de Disaster Recovery, recomendado para ambientes missão criticas como SAP, Oracle, entre outros.

Aulas Presenciais

  • 16 Horas de treinamento
  • Localização Privilegiada ao lado do metro Conceição
  • Estacionamento próprio no local – gratuito para alunos
  • Período integral das 09h00 às 18h00 – 2 dias
  • Período Noturno das 18h30 às 22h00 – 4 dias
  • Super Coffee Break – preparado por nós
  • Infraestrutura e Equipamentos de última geração

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SECTION 1 – Introduction to HA Clustering in SLE11  

Objective 1: Lab Environment Overview
Objective 2: Cluster Terminology
Objective 3: Overview of SLE HA
Objective 4: SLE HA Architecture
LAB 1-1: Configure Storage for the Lab Environment

SECTION 2 – Install and Configure HA Clustering in SLE11

Objective 1: HA Daemon Configuration Overview
Objective 2: Important Files and Directories
Objective 3: Configure the HA Daemon
LAB 2-1: Install the SLE HA Extension
LAB 2-2: Configure the First Cluster Node with sleha-init
LAB 2-3: Configure the Other Cluster Nodes with sleha-join

SECTION 3 – Introduction to the Cluster Information Base

Objective 1: Introduction to Cluster Management Utilities
Objective 2: Overview of Cluster Resources
Objective 3: Resource Agents Objective 4: Cluster Resources
LAB 3-1: Connect to the HA Web Konsole (Hawk)
LAB 3-2: Set Some Cluster Defaults with Hawk
LAB 3-3: Configure Parallel SSH on the Cluster Nodes

SECTION 4 – Introduction to Cluster Resources

Objective 1: Introduction to Cluster Management Utilities
Objective 2: Overview of Cluster Resources
Objective 3: Resource Agents Objective 4: Cluster Resources
LAB 4-1: Configure an IP Address Cluster Resource
LAB 4-2: Configure a vsftp Cluster Resource form the CLI
LAB 4-3: Configure a Resource Group for an IP and vsftp from the CLI
LAB 4-4: Configure an IP Address Cluster Resource Template
LAB 4-5: Configure an IP Address Cluster Resource from a Template

SECTION 5 – Split-Brain Avoidance and Management

Objective 1: Overview of Split-Brain Avoidance and Management
Objective 2: Resource Fencing
Objective 3: Node Fencing
LAB 5-1: Add Additional SBD Devices

SECTION 6 – Manage Clustered Storage with a SAN

Objective 1: Introduction to Clustered SAN Storage
Objective 2: SAN Alternatives
Objective 3: Configure Storage Cluster Resources
LAB 6-1: Configure a Cluster Managed Storage Volume

SECTION 7 – Configure Host-based Mirrored Clustered Storage

Objective 1: Introduction to Host-based Mirroring
LAB 7-1: Configure a Linear RAID1 Array from SAN LUNs
LAB 7-2: Configure a Cluster Resource Group for a MD Host-based Mirror

SECTION 8 – Configure Safe Logical Clustered Storage

Objective 1: Manage Flexible Storage in a Clustered Environment
Objective 2: Manage Flexible Storage on the SAN
Objective 3: Manage Flexible Storage on the Cluster Nodes
Objective 4: Components of the Highly Available Storage Infrastructure
LAB 8-1: Configure Cluster Managed Storage Volumes
LAB 8-2: Create a Clustered LVM Volume Group
LAB 8-3: Create a Logical Volume from the Clustered Volume Group
LAB 8-4: Configure a Resource Group for the LVM Volume

SECTION 9 – Configure Active-Active Clustered Storage

Objective 1: Introduction to OCFS2
Objective 2: OCFS2 Architecture
LAB 9-1: Configure OCFS2 Shared Storage with a Wizard

SECTION 10 – Configure Multi-site Clusters with the SLE HA Extension

Objective 1: Overview of Multi-site Clustering
Objective 2: Configure Multi-site Clustering
LAB 10-1: Configure Storage for the Geocluster Lab Environment
LAB 10-2: Configure the First Cluster Node of the First Cluster with sleha-init
LAB 10-3: Configure the other Cluster Nodes of the First Cluster with sleha-join
LAB 10-4: Configure the First Cluster Node of the Second Cluster with sleha-init
LAB 10-5: Configure the other Cluster Nodes of the Second Cluster with sleha-join
LAB 10-6: Configure the Booth Arbitrator
LAB 10-7: Configure the Booth Cluster Resource Groups
LAB 10-8: Grant and Revoke Booth Tickets
LAB 10-9: Configure Resource Groups for a Web Server from the CLI
LAB 10-10: Configure Apache Cluster Resources fro Multi-site Clustering
LAB 10-11: Manually Manage Tickets and Resources

SECTION 11 – Appendix 1: Manually Configure Storage for the Lab Environment

LAB 11-1: Create an LVM Volume Group from Multiple Disks on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-2: Create a 4MB Logical Volume for an SBD Device on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-3: Create 4 Logical Volumes on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-4: Create a 4GB Logical Volume on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-5: Create a Logical Volume for OCFS2 on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-6: Configure an iSCSI Target Server on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-7: Create an iSCSI Target for the SBD Device on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-8: Create an iSCSI Target with a Single LUN on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-9: Create an iSCSI Target with 4 LUNs on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-10: Create an iSCSI Target for the OCFS2 Device on the Storage1 Server
LAB 11-11: Create an LVM Volume Group from Multiple Disks on the Storage2&3 Servers
LAB 11-12: Create 4MB Logical Volumes for an SBD Devices on the Storage2&3 Servers
LAB 11-13: Create 4GB Logical Volumes on the Storage2&3 Servers
LAB 11-14: Create iSCSI Targets for the SBD Devices on the Storage2&3 Servers
LAB 11-15: Create iSCSI Targets with a Single LUN on the Storage2&3 Servers
LAB 11-16: Configure an iSCSI Initiator on the Cluster Nodes

SECTION 12 – Appendix 2: Manually Configure the Cluster with YaST

LAB 12-1: Create a 8MB Logical Volume for an SBD Device
LAB 12-2: Create an iSCSI Target for the SBD Device
LAB 12-3: Discover Targets with an iSCSI Initiator
LAB 12-4: Configure an SBD STONITH Cluster Resource

SECTION 13 – Appendix 3: Manually Configure OCFS2 Clustered Storage

LAB 13-1: Create an OCFS2 File System on a SAN LUN
LAB 13-2: Configure a Clone Resource Group for DLM, CLVMD, and OCFS2
LAB 13-3: Configure an OCFS2 Volume Cluster Resource
LAB 13-4: Configure an Order Constraint for the Base Storage Clone and OCFS2

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16 horas

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