We deploy the real environment, you take the scenario-based labs on us. Hands-on, from anywhere, at any time.
Ever wondered what OpenStack is? This course will leave you with a deep fundamental understanding of OpenStack core components, how it was born, and where it may be headed in the future. We will cover how you can join the community and possibly lend a hand as a contributor.
Linux Academy has many innovative tools and services, like your own cloud lab, that cannot be found anywhere else. The robust offering we have developed, which is focused around student success, and how to use that offering can be found here within this course. Anybody looking to maximize their learning and to maximize the value they receive from a Linux Academy membership should go through this course.
Linux Academy provides more content, hands-on labs, your own cloud lab, and more value per dollar than any other training provider.
This course is a replacement for the older "Introduction To Linux Academy" course.
In this course, you will develop the skills that you need to write effective and powerful scripts and tools using Python. We will go through the necessary features of the Python language to be able to leverage its additional benefits in writing scripts and creating command line tools (data types, loops, conditionals, functions, error handling, and more). Beyond the language itself, you will go through the full development process including project set up, planning, and automated testing to build two different command line tools.
In this course, you will learn how to combine the power of OpenStack, the premier Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform that provides the administrator with a beautifully simplified way to manage virtual machines, software-defined networks, block storage, object storage, and more, with OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service software.
This course is designed to give you an overview of containers within OpenStack. We will explain what containers are and why you want to use them, as well as use cases for containers and where containers fit in within OpenStack; from running containers on OpenStack to running OpenStack within containers.