Using Cinder block storage (replay)

Cinder, the block storage service in OpenStack, is responsible for the volume storage of virtual machine data. In this hands-on session, you’ll explore the Cinder service configuration for multible storage backends, including Red Hat Storage Server.

Installing & using the Keystone Identity Service (replay)

One of the core servies of OpenStack is the Keystone Identity Service. Keystone is crucial to the architecture of OpenStack as it provides identity, token, catalog, and policy services for other OpenStack projects.

In this hands-on session, we’ll provide content from the Red Hat OpenStack Administration (CL210) course and step you through the process of installing Keystone and creating a service and endpoint. You’ll configure users, roles, and tenants (projects) and verify that Keystone authenticates your identity.

Working with FirewallD (replay)

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 beta introduced a new firewall mechanism called FirewalID that controls the flow of network packets in, out, and through the local system. In this hands-on session, you’ll explore how this new mechanism compares to the tools used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. We’ll also cover how to modify this new firewall’s rules from both the command line, with firewall-cmd, and from a graphical front end, using firewall-config.

Working with PAM (replay)

In this session, you’ll:

  • Start with a tracethrough of how Pluggable Authentication Modules authenticate users to applications.
  • Make modifications to existing PAM configuration files.
  • Trace through PAM authentication of a user to an application.
  • Make changes to the password complexity requirements for users.
  • Configure the machine to track failed log in attempts as examples of editing a PAM configuration.

Working with PAM

In this session, you’ll:

  • Start with a tracethrough of how Pluggable Authentication Modules authenticate users to applications.
  • Make modifications to existing PAM configuration files.
  • Trace through PAM authentication of a user to an application.
  • Make changes to the password complexity requirements for users.
  • Configure the machine to track failed log in attempts as examples of editing a PAM configuration.

Deploying applications on OpenShift Enterprise

OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat allows developers to quickly and easily deploy and update applications using command-line tools. In this session, you’ll get hands-on experience with deploying, updating, and scaling applications using OpenShift Enterprise command-line tools.

Using Cinder block storage

Cinder, the block storage service in OpenStack, is responsible for the volume storage of virtual machine data. In this hands-on session, you’ll explore the Cinder service configuration for multible storage backends, including Red Hat Storage Server.

Installing & using the Keystone Identity Service

One of the core servies of OpenStack is the Keystone Identity Service. Keystone is crucial to the architecture of OpenStack as it provides identity, token, catalog, and policy services for other OpenStack projects.

In this hands-on session, we’ll provide content from the Red Hat OpenStack Administration (CL210) course and step you through the process of installing Keystone and creating a service and endpoint. You’ll configure users, roles, and tenants (projects) and verify that Keystone authenticates your identity.

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