High Availability Linux Architecture (LFS422) - Course Outline

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  1. Introduction
    • Linux Foundation
    • Linux Foundation Training
    • Logistics
  2. Day 1: The Basics
    • Course Objectives
    • Agenda
    • Mission Critical Systems
    • The Intel RAS Features
    • From Unix to Enterprise Linux
    • Linux distributions and commercial support
    • An Introduction To High Availability
    • Storage Options
  3. Day 1: The Basics, Part 2
    • Advanced Open-Source Storage Solutions
    • Linux Distributions' HA Stacks
  4. Day 2: Linux HA Stacks
    • Agenda
    • Linux High Availability Stacks
    • Introduction To Corosync
  5. Day 2: Linux HA Stacks, Part 2
    • Introduction To Pacemaker
  6. Day 2: Linux HA Stacks, Part 3
    • Node Fencing In Pacemaker Clusters
  7. Day 2: Linux HA Stacks, Part 4
    • Highly Available MySQL With DRBD And Pacemaker
  8. Day 3: Advanced Corosync/Pacemaker Clusters
    • Agenda
    • Resource Monitoring And Recovery With Pacemaker
  9. Day 3: Advanced Corosync/Pacemaker Clusters, Part 2
    • Integrating Advanced Storage Solutions And Pacemaker
  10. Day 3: Advanced Corosync/Pacemaker Clusters, Part 3
    • Highly Available Virtualization With GlusterFS And Pacemaker
  11. Day 3: Advanced Corosync/Pacemaker Clusters, Part 4
    • Site Fail-Over With The Linux High Availability Cluster Stack
  12. Day 3: Advanced Corosync/Pacemaker Clusters, Part 5
    • Cluster Maintenance And Upgrades
  13. Day 4: Automating, Monitoring And Designing HA-Clusters
    • Agenda
    • Monitoring Linux-HA Clusters
    • Automating Linux-HA Cluster Deployments
    • Designing Systems For High Availability
    • Additional Considerations

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