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Linux High Availability Clustering on RHEL 8 (2021)

Linux High Availability Clustering on RHEL 8 (2021) Design & deploy HA cluster active/passive or active/active services using Pacemaker on Esxi and KVM lab environment.
Linux High Availability Clustering on RHEL 8 (2021) Design & deploy HA cluster active/passive or active/active services using Pacemaker on Esxi and KVM lab environment.

Linux High Availability Clustering on RHEL 8 (2021)

Design & deploy HA cluster active/passive or active/active services using Pacemaker on Esxi and KVM lab environment.

What you’ll learn

Linux High Availability Clustering on RHEL 8 (2021)

  • High availability cluster installation, configuration, managing, and troubleshooting in RHEL8/CentOS8 on VMware Vspare.
  • Students should understand HA cluster concepts and how to manage different nodes, start/stop services
  • Managing Cluster Nodes and Quorum
  • Creating and Configuring Resources
  • install configure and manage Fencing service on VMware and KVM
  • About Order, Location & Colocation Constraints
  • iscsi target and initiator configuration
  • multi-pathing on iscsi server
  • Students will be able to build high availability and load-balanced services
  • High availability cluster GUI interface

Requirements

  • Linux Operating systems basic knowledge.
  • VMware ESXi
  • VMware workstation
  • RHEL 8.0 iso Or CentOS 8 ISo
  • internet and get access to RHEL 8 repo
  • RHEL 7 iso or CentOS 7 iso ( on KVM environment I used CentOS 7 .)

Description

I am covering below all points in this course.

Build And Configure our Lab:

Using Vmware Workstation.

Nested Esxi Server.

Build Virtual Machines Considered as our cluster nodes.

required networking for the high available cluster.

Repository server configuration on RHEL 8 for high availability cluster

What is a cluster?

Cluster types:

1)Storage (ISCSI network to storage).

2)High Availability (Explain Cluster software components and how they are communicating to each other).

3)Load Balancing.

4)High performance

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Who this course is for:

  • This course is designed for beginners
  • Anyone with a desire to learn about Linux high availability clustering
  • Last updated 1/2021
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