Announcing hastexo High Availability Expert training: Your chance to be a cluster ace!

We’ve just announced our new training format, hastexo High Availability Expert. If you’re an experienced high-availability engineer and you want to learn how to become a true top-notch clustering expert, this is for you.

Brought to you by the same people who devised the entry-level High Availability Engineer class that continues to be offered by Linbit, this three-day course adds significantly advanced coverage of the Pacemaker based Linux High Availability stack.

Among the issues we cover are

  • Advanced Pacemaker concepts: active/active clustering, dynamic resource load balancing, system health monitoring, and advanced fencing.
  • Cluster filesystems inside and out: OCFS2 and GFS2 with and without dual-Primary DRBD. Performance and reliability considerations for clustered filesystems, and alternative solution approaches.
  • Multi-node replicated storage: Using Gluster and Ceph for scaled-out storage clusters and enterprise clouds.

And of course, you get to pick our brains. We work with customers on complex high availability issues every day. We’ve seen the common traps and pitfalls you want to avoid. And we’re happy to share our experience with you.

For our first class of this new format, we’re returning to one of Europe’s finest cities, Berlin. And we are accepting signups immediately. Due to the highly advanced nature of this class, we are limiting the attendance to just 8 seats. So hurry — seats won’t last long!

The cost for this course is 30 hastexo Professional Service Credits (€ 1,275 if booked before Dec 31). The course description contains a detailed agenda and FAQ. If you have questions about the format, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line!

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