About This Course
The Ceph Distributed Storage Fundamentals module
is our technical deep dive into the Ceph distributed storage platform. This
course is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of Ceph's
architecture, design, and implementation.
This course contains a total of 27 lessons including 12 hands-on
labs. You can expect to spend about 30-60 minutes on each
At the end of the class you will
- Know and understand the design and architecture of the Ceph
- Understand the relative strengths and weaknesses, stability,
and suitability for production of various Ceph
- Be able to design and deploy a Ceph cluster in a production
Using the interactive labs, you will use two Ceph
deployment methods (
ceph-ansible), and convert your cluster from one
to the other. You will first deploy your Ceph cluster using the
Ceph 10.2 Jewel release, and then learn to do a live, rolling
upgrade to Ceph 12.2 Luminous. You will also learn how to
convert your cluster from the long-running
stable FileStore storage implementation to the advanced
high-performance BlueStore backend.
Finally, in an optional bonus lab, you will be able to take your
cluster all the way to the latest Ceph release, Ceph
Drawing from a decade of experience in open source technology,
Florian has been a user, occasional contributor, and advocate
for Ceph since early 2012. He has participated in the
implementation of many Ceph clusters of all sizes, and
frequently consults on Ceph projects. He is also very active in
the OpenStack community.
Adolfo is a Senior Consultant and instructor specializing in
OpenStack deployment, contribution, and community involvement.
As an open-source veteran with a decade-long background in
software development, Adolfo is reponsible for most of
City Network's contributions to Open edX (the platform that powers
City Cloud Academy). He is passionate about open source and
understands there's no better way to develop software.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to download or install anything?
No, all course material will be delivered on demand to your
device via your web browser. Labs will be conducted online
What web browser should I use?
The Open edX platform works best with current versions of
Chrome, Firefox or Safari, or with Internet Explorer version
9 and above.