OpenStack Training

Understanding OpenStack Murano

Learn about OpenStack from Instructors with Real World Expertise.

This 1 day online OpenStack Training is designed for devOps professionals, system administrators and developers who want to understand OpenStack Murano in more depth. 

Location: Online

Duration: 1 day

Date: Check back in 2018 for course dates.

Cost: $900 AUD

OpenStack  Training Overview:

This 1 day online OpenStack Training is designed for devops professionals, system administrators and developers who want to understand OpenStack Murano in more depth. Users will learn about what it is, what it can do for you, how to use it to manage your cloud applications, and how to develop application packages which can be uploaded to the catalog for sharing. In addition to in-depth theoretical coverage, students will be provided with examples and the ability to complete hands-on exercises and labs.

Target Audience:

  • Architects
  • System Administrators
  • Developers
  • Sys.Admins and Dev.Ops wanting to obtain an initial knowledge about OpenStack Murano

Structure: 50% theory, 50% hands on lab exercises

Prerequisites: Basic Linux sysadmin, networking as well as virtualisation knowledge

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Course Outline:

Introduction

Outline

  • What is Murano
  • The Dashboard
  • How Murano Works
  • Architecture and Components
  • Terminologies

Using OpenStack Murano

Outline

  • NeCTAR’s Murano Application Catalog Service
  • Murano Client
  • Murano API
  • Installing the CLI Tool
  • CLI Commands

Creating Packages

Outline

  • Create Packages using Heat Template
  • Application Packages

Importing Application Packages

Outline

  • Importing Application Packages from the OpenStack Community Application Repository

Murano Environments

Overview:

  • Managing Environments

Labs:

  • Create an OpenStack Murano Environment
  • Adding Applications to an Environment
  • Manage an OpenStack Murano Environment via the Dashboard

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