Ragesh
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Red Hat cluster learning materials

Hello Guys, 

Where can I get best materials to learn Red Hat clustering. I would be great if somebody can help me out.

Regards.

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ricardodacosta
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Do you have a Red Hat Learning Subscription?

If so we have Red Hat Online Learning (ROLE) training available, as well as a video class.

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Lisenet
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The best place to start learning clustering is Red Hat's website, there are several docs (High Availability Add-On Overview, Administration and Reference) that are well written and really useful, plus ClusterLabs site.

I did EX436, there are some hands-on HA clustering tutorials that I wrote about in case you're interested:

https://www.lisenet.com/rhca/ex436/

I did supplement my studies with Sander's book "Pro Linux High Availability Clustering" as well as his Linux High Availability Clustering Complete Video Course. Sander's guide is amazing.

RedHatNation
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Congrats on getting through EX436!  That's next on my list of exams and I'm really, REALLY looking forward to it.  Seems like a lot to cover though in 3hrs though!

What's up next for you?

 EDIT:  Whoops.  One exam page said the exam is 3hrs.  One says it's 4hrs.  I've emailed Red Hat Learning to get an accurate time.

EDIT2:  Red Hat Learning replied the same day I emailed them.  The exam is 3hrs.

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Lisenet
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@RedHatNationI'm currently studying Puppet and Ansible. I also plan to take on Satellite a bit later, and probably OpenStack. There are quite a few things that I'm interested in, so it might change.

RedHatNation
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Puppet and Ansible caught my eye too.  So did RHV.  There are so many interesting choices!

Good luck with OpenStack. 

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RJ
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Ragesh,

Ricardo above is correct.  

These links will *not work* if you do not have access to "rol.redhat.com".  

IF you DO have access, open a web browser, go to https://rol.redhat.com and log in with your credentials.  Then try these links. 

https://rol.redhat.com/rol/rhz/rhls/course/rh436-7.1/pr01

https://rol.redhat.com/rol/vtc/rvideo_class/07173279-a7b0-4116-80af-f1aea8a12b1e

If you do not have access to Red Hat Learning (rol.redhat.com) then instead go to the documentation that is publically available at: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/7/  NOTE: SCROLL DOWN AT THIS LINK IN THIS PARAGRAPH and go to "Clustering" section. 

 

Regards,

RJ

RJ
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