Implementing the OpenStack networking (Neutron) L2 service

With the OpenStack® networking L2 service, you can create networks, subnets, and routers in your software-defined network (SDN).

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Join this webinar to explore the OpenStack networking L2 service. It uses generic routing encapsulation (GRE) and is part of Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® OpenStack Platform 4 (Havana). Hear about the all-new Nuetron Networking with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform (CL306) course.

You’ll learn how to:                                                              

  • Implement the OpenStack networking (Neutron) L2  service.
  • Manage an open vSwitch bridge.
  • Manage OpenStack networking (Neutron) agents.
  • Implement a network using GRE.
  • Create a network, subnet, and router using OpenStack networking (Neutron).
  • Launch an instance with networking parameters.

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Date: April 29, 2014

Time:
  • 09 a.m. ET
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical

Speaker(s):

Rob Locke Content developer, Red Hat

About Rob Locke: Rob began teaching Red Hat classes in 2003, and joined Red Hat in 2006. For Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, he became a curriculum manager, having previously edited the RH133 (System Administration) and RH300 (RHCE® Fast Track) courses through their version 5 life cycle. Over the last 24 years, he has worked on certification programs with Novell, IBM, CA, Cisco, and now Red Hat.