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OpenStack Bootcamp

Author : Vinoth Kumar Selvaraj
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A focused and systematic introduction to OpenStack, the largest open source cloud platform, using practical examples and hands-on problems. About This Book Explore all the new features of OpenStack's Mikata, Ocata, and Newton releases and get up to speed with OpenStack in no time Learn something new each day to successfully build a private cloud platform A fast-paced guide filled with best practices that will help you manage your virtual private cloud efficiently Who This Book Is For This book is for those who are already familiar with OpenStack's supporting technologies. It's ideal for cloud system engineers, system administrators, and technical architects who are moving from a virtualized environment to a cloud environment. Prior knowledge of cloud computing platforms and virtualization would be beneficial. If you are a system or cloud engineer, this is your go-to book! What You Will Learn Understand the functions and features of each core component of OpenStack and a real-world comparison Develop an understanding of the components of IaaS and PaaS clouds built with OpenStack Get a high-level understanding of architectural design in OpenStack Discover how you can use OpenStack Horizon with all of the OpenStack core components Understand network traffic flow with Neutron Build an OpenStack private cloud from scratch Get hands-on training with the OpenStack command line, administration, and deployment In Detail OpenStack is developed by a thriving community of individual developers around the globe and is backed by most of the leading players in the cloud space today. OpenStack is a free and open source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). This book begins with the design principles of OpenStack and the available OpenStack distributions. You'll start by getting a fundamental understanding of the core concepts and then move on to a comparison of OpenStack components with real-life examples. Then, we'll show you the typical architecture of OpenStack clouds, how to configure each OpenStack component, and debugging techniques. Later, we focus on the latest releases of OpenStack: Mikata, Newton, and Ocata. You'll be introduced to identity, image, networking, and the compute service. You'll also get a complete understanding of how to install, configure, and administrate your entire virtual private cloud. You will also be provided with hands-on exercises to unleash the power of each component in OpenStack. Finally, you'll see an overview of all the optional projects available under the Openstack umbrella. Style and approach This fast-paced book delivers comprehensive hands-on training, so you can jump straight into the practical exercises along with in-depth coverage of OpenStack technologies. It also provides hands-on exercises, analysis of real-world cloud use cases and operation scenarios, covering design, customization and optimization.

Extending OpenStack

Author : Omar Khedher
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Discover new opportunities to empower your private cloud by making the most of the OpenStack universe Key Features This practical guide teaches you how to extend the core functionalities of OpenStack Discover OpenStack's flexibility by writing custom applications and network plugins Deploy a containerized environment in OpenStack through a hands-on and example-driven approach Book Description OpenStack is a very popular cloud computing platform that has enabled several organizations during the last few years to successfully implement their Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platforms. This book will guide you through new features of the latest OpenStack releases and how to bring them into production straightaway in an agile way. It starts by showing you how to expand your current OpenStack setup and how to approach your next OpenStack Data Center generation deployment. You will discover how to extend your storage and network capacity and also take advantage of containerization technology such as Docker and Kubernetes in OpenStack. Additionally, you'll explore the power of big data as a Service terminology implemented in OpenStack by integrating the Sahara project. This book will teach you how to build Hadoop clusters and launch jobs in a very simple way. Then you'll automate and deploy applications on top of OpenStack. You will discover how to write your own plugin in the Murano project. The final part of the book will go through best practices for security such as identity, access management, and authentication exposed by Keystone in OpenStack. By the end of this book, you will be ready to extend and customize your private cloud based on your requirements. What you will learn Explore new incubated projects in the OpenStack ecosystem and see how they work Architect your OpenStack private cloud with extended features of the latest versions Consolidate OpenStack authentication in your large infrastructure to avoid complexity Find out how to expand your computing power in OpenStack on a large scale Reduce your OpenStack storage cost management by taking advantage of external tools Provide easy, on-demand, cloud-ready applications to developers using OpenStack in no time Enter the big data world and find out how to launch elastic jobs easily in OpenStack Boost your extended OpenStack private cloud performance through real-world scenarios Who this book is for This book is for system administrators, cloud architects, and developers who have experience working with OpenStack and are ready to step up and extend its functionalities. A good knowledge of basic OpenStack components is required. In addition, familiarity with Linux boxes and a good understanding of network and virtualization jargon is required.

Docker Bootcamp

Author : Russ McKendrick
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Fast, intensive, and effective Docker learning About This Book Get well-versed with Docker in 7 days Identify and resolve common problems faced by users while working with Docker A fast-paced guide that will focus on all the core Docker functionalities Who This Book Is For This book targets developers, IT professionals and DevOps engineers who like to gain intensive, hands-on knowledge and skills with Docker without spending hours and hours in learning. If you have been struggling to find the time to gain proficiency and confidence with Docker containers and everyday Docker tasks, you have come to the right place! What You Will Learn Use Docker Compose to make multi-container applications easier to launch Launch Docker hosts in various public clouds Deploy and configure a Docker Swarm cluster. Work with third-party plugins to extend core Docker functionality Monitor containers and hosts and explore commands to troubleshoot Docker In Detail Docker allows you to create a robust and resilient environment to generate portable, composable, scalable, and stable application containers. The book starts by installing the core Docker Engine on MacOS, Windows 10 and Linux desktops. We will then define multi-container applications and understand the advantages of using containers locally. Once this is done, we will deploy containers on a single Docker host which is publicly accessible. Furthermore, we will learn how to deploy and configure a Docker Swarm cluster and explore networking and storage third-party plugins to extend the core Docker functionality. Towards the end, the book will demonstrate how to monitor and troubleshoot day-to-day problems in addition to various real world examples of container deployments. Style and approach This book is all about fast and intensive learning. That means we don't waste time in helping readers get started. The content is about filling in with highly-effective examples to build new things, show solving problems in newer and unseen ways, and solve real-world examples.

Azure for Architects

Author : Ritesh Modi
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Build and design multiple types of applications that are cross-language, platform, and cost-effective by understanding core Azure principles and foundational concepts Key Features Get familiar with the different design patterns available in Microsoft Azure Develop Azure cloud architecture and a pipeline management system Get to know the security best practices for your Azure deployment Book Description Thanks to its support for high availability, scalability, security, performance, and disaster recovery, Azure has been widely adopted to create and deploy different types of application with ease. Updated for the latest developments, this third edition of Azure for Architects helps you get to grips with the core concepts of designing serverless architecture, including containers, Kubernetes deployments, and big data solutions. You'll learn how to architect solutions such as serverless functions, you'll discover deployment patterns for containers and Kubernetes, and you'll explore large-scale big data processing using Spark and Databricks. As you advance, you'll implement DevOps using Azure DevOps, work with intelligent solutions using Azure Cognitive Services, and integrate security, high availability, and scalability into each solution. Finally, you'll delve into Azure security concepts such as OAuth, OpenConnect, and managed identities. By the end of this book, you'll have gained the confidence to design intelligent Azure solutions based on containers and serverless functions. What you will learn Understand the components of the Azure cloud platform Use cloud design patterns Use enterprise security guidelines for your Azure deployment Design and implement serverless and integration solutions Build efficient data solutions on Azure Understand container services on Azure Who this book is for If you are a cloud architect, DevOps engineer, or a developer looking to learn about the key architectural aspects of the Azure cloud platform, this book is for you. A basic understanding of the Azure cloud platform will help you grasp the concepts covered in this book more effectively.

Azure for Architects Third Edition

Author : Ritesh Modi
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