OpenStack Tutorial – Operate Your Own Private Cloud (Full Course)



Learn how to use OpenStack and manage your own private cloud. 🔗 Start working with OpenStack using OpenMetal here: https://openmetal.io/cloud-trial-youtube-exclusive/ OpenStack is an open source software that provides cloud infrastructure for virtual machines, bare metal, and containers. In this course you will gain a core understanding of what OpenStack is and you will learn the basics of setting up and administering OpenStack using the OpenMetal platform. ✏️ Beau Carnes created this course. 🏗 This course was made possible by a grant from OpenMetal. ⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (00:00) What is OpenStack?
⌨️ (02:25) OpenStack Services
⌨️ (04:42) Set Up OpenMetal
⌨️ (09:17) Access OpenStack Dashboard
⌨️ (13:42) Create OpenStack Project
⌨️ (15:42) Create OpenStack User
⌨️ (17:56) Manage and Creating Images
⌨️ (21:54) Create a Private Network and Router
⌨️ (25:25) Visualize Network Topology
⌨️ (26:17) Create a Security Group
⌨️ (27:33) Set Up SSH Access
⌨️ (31:26) Create Instance
⌨️ (37:15) Log In to Instance
⌨️ (38:57) Install and Use OpenStack CLI
⌨️ (46:29) List Servers Using CLI
⌨️ (47:25) Using Various CLI Commands
⌨️ (50:16) How Private Clouds are Deployed
⌨️ (51:27) Understand Ceph
⌨️ (53:01) Check Status of Ceph Cluster
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OpenStack Tutorial – Operate Your Own Private Cloud (Full Course)

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