This two day course teaches the student how to operate and maintain a SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Cluster after it has been deployed. The course covers use of common cluster administration tools and creation and management of the common cluster resources types. It also covers monitoring and troubleshooting of cluster resources, backing up and restoring the cluster configuration and updating/patching the cluster and its resources.
- Section 1: Course Introduction
- Section 2: Overview of SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability
- Section 3: SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Administration Tools
- Section 4: Cluster Resource Management
- Section 5: Access Control Lists
- Section 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting
- Section 7: Cluster Backup and Recovery
- Section 8: Update/Patch the Cluster and Cluster Resources
Who should attend
This course is designed for existing Linux administrators who want to operate and manage SUSE Linux Enterprise HA clusters that have already been deployed.
Attendees should have a good knowledge of SLES15. Some familiarity with the basic concepts of clustering for HA would be useful but not required.
Attendees will be taught the following concepts and skills:
- Understand and use cluster administration and management tools
- Create and manage resources in the cluster
- Monitor and troubleshoot cluster resources and the cluster
- Backup and recover the cluster configuration
- Update and patch the cluster and cluster resources