Neutron Networking with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform
Students will first learn the basics of networking, routing, and bridging in Linux. After that, students will install, configure, and use software-defined networks with Neutron on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform.
- Overview of Neutron architecture
- Deploy Open vSwitch and Linux bridge
- Use network namespaces and virtual devices
- Install Neutron networking
- Deploy L2 services
- Deploy DHCP agents
- Deploy L3 agents
Note: Neutron Networking with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform is one of our emerging technology courses. These courses focus on Red Hat’s newer, evolving technologies. Emerging technology courses are feature- and functionality-focused and are conducted like guided labs.
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Outline for this course
Introduction to networking and OpenStack fundamentals
Define OpenStack architecture and network protocols related to software-defined networks (SDN).
Introduction to Linux networking fundamentals
Review Linux system administration networking concepts.
Deploy virtual bridges
Install and manage Linux bridges and Open vSwitch.
Deploy virtual network devices and implementing namespaces
Create tap devices, veth devices, and network namespaces. Implement a virtual router.
Introduction to Neutron architecture
Define Neutron architecture.
Implement and use the Neutron server
Implement and use the Neutron L2 services
Implement and use the Neutron DHCP agent
Implement and use the Neutron L3 agent