Vertias Cluster Server VCS High Availability in Linux

Learn to Install, Configure and Administer VCS
Vertias Cluster Server VCS High Availability in Linux
File Size :
486.03 MB
Total length :
1h 37m



Gurjap Singh


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Vertias Cluster Server VCS High Availability in Linux

What you’ll learn

Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) Administration in Linux
Veritas InfoScale Storage Foundation Software Version 7.4.2 (VCS)
What makes Veritas Cluster Server – Physical & Logical Components
Creating Resources and Service Groups in VCS
Creating Disk Groups in VCS
Creating File System using Veritas Volume Manager
CentOS 7 Server Installation in Virtual Environment

Vertias Cluster Server VCS High Availability in Linux


A Laptop or Desktop PC running with your favourite Operating System (Windows, Linux, Mac) and Internet Connection


Veritas Cluster Server is a high-availability cluster software for Unix, Linux, and Microsoft Windows computer systems, created by Veritas Technologies. It provides application cluster capabilities to systems running other applications, including databases, network file sharing, and electronic commerce websites. Usually, it is known by its acronym “VCS”.In this course you will get thorough knowledge of Veritas Cluster Server and its components. We will talk about the theoretical concepts of what makes VCS so powerful. Then we will Download, Install and Configure 2 Node (Linux based) VCS Cluster in Virtual Environment.Don’t worry if you are new to the VCS or Linux. All contents are carefully crafted and explained to ease the learning curve. You will learn to create Virtual Machines, Installing and Configuring the Virtual machine per our needs and about various VCS resources such as IP, NIC, Disk Groups, File Systems, Switchover and Failover concepts and techniques. Resources being utilized in this course are free of charge. Veritas Cluster Server offers a Free 60 Days Trail to evaluate the product before you could make your decision to purchase the VCS.I am excited to share the knowledge with you and I hope that you are eager to grasp it.


Section 1: Intro, Clusters and Failover mechanisms

Lecture 1 What will you learn in this course?

Lecture 2 Server Clustering

Lecture 3 Cluster Types

Lecture 4 Failover Mechanisms

Section 2: Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) Architecture

Lecture 5 What is Veritas Cluster Server

Lecture 6 Physical Components of VCS

Lecture 7 Logical Components of VCS

Lecture 8 Lab Guide

Section 3: Preparing The Virtual Environment

Lecture 9 Downloading and installing Oracle Virtual Box 7.0

Lecture 10 Download and Install CentOS 7 to Create our First Node

Lecture 11 Cloning the Existing Server

Lecture 12 Creating and Assigning Shared Storage and Network Adapters

Lecture 13 Assigning IP Addresses and Fixing Name Resolution

Lecture 14 Lab Progress Checkpoint

Section 4: Veritas Cluster Server

Lecture 15 Downloading and Transferring VCS Software

Lecture 16 Performing Pre-Installation Checkup

Lecture 17 Installing VCS

Lecture 18 Configuring VCS

Lecture 19 Exploring VCS

Lecture 20 Fixing VCS Command Execution

Lecture 21 Recap and Roadmap

Section 5: VCS in Action

Lecture 22 Creating Our Service Group

Lecture 23 Configuring Disk Group and File System using Shared Disk

Lecture 24 Adding and Configuring IP and NIC Resource

Lecture 25 Adding and Configuring Remaining Resources

Lecture 26 Understanding Failover vs Switchover – in Theory

Lecture 27 Switchover in Action

Lecture 28 Miles to Go and Wrap up

This course is for anyone who wishes to learn about Veritas Cluster Server (VCS) High Availability Clustering in Linux.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 1h 37m | 486.03 MB
Created by: Gurjap Singh

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