Phil Regnauld is a Network engineer and Trainer for the NetworkStartup Resource Center (NSRC). On the side, Phil is a partner at bluepipe a/s, a small company offering development, network management and DNS consultancy.
Since 1997, Phil has been participating in workshops around the world, including INET Workshops, AfNOG, APRICOT, SANOG, PacNOG, MENOG, ccTLD trainings around the globe.
At NSRC, Phil is helping with workshop planning, material development, teaching and Direct Engineering & Assistance, with a particular focus on helping RENs (Research & Education Networks) get built and running in Asia and Africa.
He currently sits on the technical advisory board of the .FR TLD registry (AFNIC).
Phil holds a bachelor degree of Computer Science from Université Paris V. In previous lives, Phil was a system and networks administrator for the Copenhagen Kingdom Hospital.
Since then he has designed large DNS and mail platforms for organizations in the Danish private and public sectors (healthcare, pharmaceutical and ISPs).
Monday to Thursday 25th to 28th
Dates: 25-28 Oct 2021
Location: Baga Toiruu-20, Ulaanbaatar 14200
Venue: Information Technology Park, #301 Room
- Welcome, Introduction
- Virtualisation overview
- Desktop Virtualisation (VirtualBox)
- KVM and libvirt
- lvm and scripted install
- Migration and shared storage
- Instance creation using ISO images
- Live migration
- Instance creation using VMDK images
- Ganeti settings
- Automated Instance creation
- Networks and VLANs
- Failure handling
- Cloud computing
Engineers who desire or require an in-depth knowledge of building and maintaining virtual environments.
- Medium to good knowledge of the UNIX/Linux command line environment is an absolute requirement
- Basic understanding of L2/L3 technologies and TCP/IP networking and VLANs
- Participants are required to bring a laptop - (Windows/Linux/OSX) with wireless, 1GB+ RAM, and 5GB+ free disk space
At the end of the workshop students will be able to:
- Explain concepts of Virtualisation as it relates to modern computer systems
- Explain and demonstrate Desktop Virtualisation using VirtualBox
- Explain and demonstrate System Virtualisation using KVM and libvirt
- Explain and demonstrate Migration and shared storage
- Explain and configure a Linux system to use Ganeti
- Demonstrate how to create an instance using ISO images
- Demonstrate live migration with Ganeti instances
- Demonstrate how to create an instance using VMDK images
- Explain and configure various Ganeti advanced settings
- Demonstrate how to create automated Ganeti instances using synnefo
- Explain and configure virtualisation networks and VLANs to provide networks to customer VMs
- Explain and demonstrate techniques for dealing with Ganeti failure handling
- Explain some basic concepts relating to Cloud computingFULL DETAILS: https://nsrc.org/workshops/2021/mnnog3/agenda.html