Linux High Availability: Red Hat EX436 and LPIC-3 304

Linux High Availability: Red Hat EX436 and LPIC-3 304
Linux High Availability: Red Hat EX436 and LPIC-3 304

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Linux High Availability Complete Video Course: Red Hat EX436 and LPIC-3 304 has 8 hours of comprehensive video that teaches you everything you need to know about configuring and using High Availability in Linux. Uptime is a crucial part of your job. This title focuses on giving you the knowledge you need to maintain a high level of availability for you Linux servers. You will also find full hands-on labs, so you can get real-world experience while working your way through the course. The course can be used with all flavors of Linux, including Red Hat, Ubuntu, and SUSE. It also covers every objective in the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in High Availability Clustering exam (EX436) and the High Availability portion of the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-3 304: Virtualization and High Availability exam.

Linux High Availability Clustering Complete Video Course is a unique video product that teaches you how to implement and configure high availability solutions for your Linux projects. High Availability ensures the availability of critical workloads in the cloud and in data centers for both large corporate and smaller environments and this video course is your go-to resource for getting started with High Availability today.

Configuring High Availability is an essential part of setting up a Linux environment. High Availability is used in the data center, but also for ensuring the availability of critical workloads in the Cloud. The video course includes whiteboard concept teaching, live CLI work, screencast teaching, and hands-on labs, so you have everything you need to learn about High Availability for your work. It also covers everything you need to study for and pass the RHCA Exam 436 and also covers the High Availability portion of the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-3 304: Virtualization and High Availability exam.

Topics include:

  1. High Availability Essentials
  2. Linux HA Clustering
  3. Cluster Storage
  4. Configuring Advanced HA Solutions
  5. Load Balancing

What You Will Learn

  • Key concepts for all the objectives on the Red Hat Certified Administrator (RHCSA) exam
  • Information on the new RHEL 7 exam
+ Table of Contents

1 Linux High Availability – Introduction
2 i. LPI 304 _ RHCA 423 Exam Overview
3 ii. Setting up a Lab Environment
4 Module Introduction
5 Learning objectives
6 1.1 HA Clusters
7 1.2 Load Balancing Clusters
8 1.3 High Performance Clusters
9 Summary
10 Learning objectives
11 2.1 Example – Creating an HA Solution for a Web Server
12 2.2 Shared Storage
13 2.3 Quorum
14 2.4 Fencing
15 2.5 Understanding Active_Passive vs. Active_Active
16 2.6 Setting up an HA Architecture
17 Summary
18 Module Introduction
19 Learning objectives
20 3.1 Heartbeat
21 3.2 Red Hat Cluster Suite – cman and rgmanager
22 3.3 Heartbeat 2.0 and the CRM
23 3.4 Managing the Membership Layer – Corosync
24 3.5 Managing Cluster Resources – Pacemaker
25 3.6 Current State – Mainstream Pacemaker and Red Hat pcs
26 Summary
27 Learning objectives
28 4.1 Setting up Multicast-based Corosync on SUSE
29 4.2 Setting up Unicast-based Corosync on Red Hat
30 4.3 Tuning Corosync Options
31 4.4 Using udpu in Corosync
32 Lesson 4 Labs Configuring Corosync on SUSE and Configuring Corosync on Red Hat
33 Lesson 4 Lab 1 Solution Configuring Corosync on SUSE
34 Lesson 4 Lab 2 Solution Configuring Corosync on Red Hat
35 Summary
36 Learning objectives
37 5.1 Understanding Pacemaker Components
38 5.2 Managing the Cluster with crmsh
39 5.3 Managing the Cluster with pcs on Red Hat
40 5.4 Managing the Cluster with HAWK
41 5.5 Configuring Generic Cluster Properties
42 5.6 Working with Resource Agents
43 Lesson 5 Labs Setting up an HA Web Server Using crmsh and Setting up an HA Web Server Using pcs
44 Lesson 5 Lab 1 Solution Setting up an HA Web Server Using crmsh
45 Lesson 5 Lab 2 Solution Setting up an HA Web Server Using pcs
46 Summary
47 Learning objectives
48 6.1 Understanding Quorum
49 6.2 Managing Quorum
50 6.3 Understanding the Need for Fencing
51 6.4 Understanding the Different Types of Fence Agents
52 6.5 Configuring Fencing on Red Hat
53 6.6 Configuring the Red Hat fence_xvm Device
54 6.7 Configuring Nested Fencing on Red Hat
55 6.8 Configuring the SBD Device on SUSE
56 6.9 Verifying Fencing Functionality
57 Lesson 6 Labs Configuring Fencing on SUSE and Configuring Fencing on Red Hat
58 Lesson 6 Lab 1 Solution Configuring Fencing on SUSE
59 Lesson 6 Lab 2 Solution Configuring Fencing on Red Hat
60 Summary
61 Learning objectives
62 7.1 Understanding Resource Types
63 7.2 Managing Resources
64 7.3 Managing Resource Constraints
65 7.4 Working with Groups
66 7.5 Working with Clones
67 7.6 Managing Failed Resources
68 Lesson 7 Labs Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in pcs and Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in crm
69 Lesson 7 Lab 1 Solution Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in pcs
70 Lesson 7 Lab 2 Solution Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in crm
71 Summary
72 Learning objectives
73 8.1 Managing Resource States
74 8.2 Managing Node Membership States
75 8.3 Managing Node States
76 8.4 Migrating Resources
77 8.5 About Resource Cleanup
78 8.6 Cluster Logging
79 8.7 Setting up Cluster Notifications
80 Lesson 8 Labs Managing Resources with pcs and Managing Resources with crmsh
81 Lesson 8 Lab 1 Solution Managing Resources with pcs
82 Lesson 8 Lab 2 Solution Managing Resources with crmsh
83 Summary
84 Module Introduction
85 Learning objectives
86 9.1 Understanding DRBD
87 9.2 Setting up a DRBD Device
88 9.3 Managing DRBD
89 9.4 Integrating DRBD in the Pacemaker Cluster
90 Lesson 9 Lab Creating an Active_Passive DRBD Device
91 Lesson 9 Lab Solution Creating an Active_Passive DRBD Device
92 Summary
93 Learning objectives
94 10.1 Understanding iSCSI SAN
95 10.2 Configuring an iSCSI Target
96 10.3 Managing an iSCSI Initiator
97 10.4 Managing iSCSI Timeouts
98 10.5 Understanding Cluster Based iSCSI
99 Lesson 10 Lab Configuring an HA iSCSI Target on top of DRBD
100 Lesson 10 Lab Solution Configuring an HA iSCSI Target on top of DRBD
101 Summary
102 Learning objectives
103 11.1 Understanding Multipath
104 11.2 Configuring Multipath
105 11.3 Testing Multipath
106 Lesson 11 Lab Setting up Multipath for iSCSI
107 Lesson 11 Lab Solution Setting up Multipath for iSCSI
108 Summary
109 Learning objectives
110 12.1 LVM Overview
111 12.2 Understanding Cluster LVM Challenges
112 12.3 Understanding HA LVM
113 12.4 Setting up HA LVM
114 12.5 Understanding cLVM
115 12.6 Setting up cLVM
116 Lesson 12 Lab Configuring HA LVM
117 Lesson 12 Lab Solution Configuring HA LVM
118 Summary
119 Learning objectives
120 13.1 GFS2 Overview
121 13.2 Creating a GFS2 File System
122 13.3 Managing a GFS2 File System
123 13.4 Managing GFS2 Cluster Resources
124 Lesson 13 Lab Creating a GFS2 Cluster Resource on top of cLVM
125 Lesson 13 Lab Solution Creating a GFS2 Cluster Resource on top of cLVM
126 Summary
127 Learning objectives
128 14.1 OCFS2 Overview
129 14.2 Creating a Cluster Managed OCFS2 File System
130 14.3 Managing an OCFS2 File System
131 Lesson 14 Lab Creating an OCFS2 File System on top of cLVM
132 Lesson 14 Lab Solution Creating an OCFS2 File System on top of cLVM
133 Summary
134 Module Introduction
135 Learning objectives
136 15.1 Introduction
137 15.2 Understanding 2-Node Cluster Issues
138 15.3 Setting up Fencing
139 15.4 Setting up the Shared LVM Storage
140 15.5 Creating the Apache Resource Group
141 15.6 Managing Constraints
142 Summary
143 Learning objectives
144 16.1 Introduction
145 16.2 Setting up the Cluster and Storage Layer
146 16.3 Setting up the NFS Service
147 16.4 Configuring Resource Constraints
148 16.5 Testing the Solution
149 Summary
150 Learning objectives
151 17.1 Understanding Legacy RHCS Architecture
152 17.2 Setting up the Base Cluster
153 17.3 Managing Quorum
154 17.4 Configuring Fencing
155 17.5 Creating Resources and Services
156 Lesson 17 Lab Configuring an HA Apache Web Server
157 Lesson 17 Lab Solution Configuring an HA Apache Web Server
158 Summary
159 Module Introduction
160 Learning objectives
161 18.1 Understanding Load Balancing
162 18.2 Setting up DNS Round Robin Load Balancing
163 18.3 Using LVS
164 18.4 Understanding HAProxy
165 18.5 Configuring HAProxy as a Layer 7 Load Balancer
166 18.6 Setting up Keepalived
167 18.7 Managing Ldirectord
168 Lesson 18 Lab Configuring a Load Balancing Cluster
169 Summary
170 Linux High Availability – Summary


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