CS300 - Couchbase Server Administration

Content
10 modules

Difficulty
Advanced

Course Length
32 hours

Instructor
Radhika Parashar

Released
25 Oct 2018

Price
$2,995.00

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Description

This is a fast-paced technical practicum on Couchbase Server 5.5+, from an Operations perspective. Through instructor-led discussion, demonstrations, and intensive hands-on labs, participants will build and administer a production capable Couchbase server cluster and Proof of Concept (POC), modeled on typical use-cases for high performance mission-critical Enterprise NoSQL databases.

Hands on lab time will be 40% to 60% or more, each day. Each student will be provisioned multiple virtual machines running in the cloud for hands-on practice installing, configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting multi-node clusters in realistic scenarios, including filtered cross data center replication.

Objectives

Overview, architecture and installation of Couchbase server software

  • Overview of Couchbase Server 5.x+ architecture and capabilities
  • State the core use cases for Couchbase
  • State the number of vBuckets used in the construction of a Couchbase database (Bucket)
  • Name the method/object Couchbase server uses to determine which Couchbase node to contact for I/O
  • Recognize and implement current hardware sizing guidelines for different workloads on a Couchbase cluster
  • Recognize the installation and best practices guidelines for configuring Couchbase in production

 

Installation and configuration of Couchbase server software

  • Recognize and implement current hardware sizing guidelines for different workloads on a Couchbase cluster
  • Operate the Web Console to administer and monitor Couchbase for production operation
  • Demonstrate use of the command-line toolkit to administer Couchbase
  • Create, delete and modify a Bucket in a Couchbase cluster
  • Examine the Couchbase file system structure to determine common file locations for data, indexes, analytics and logs

 

Security within a Couchbase cluster

  • Name the access control mechanism used in Couchbase to control access to a given cluster
  • Add users to a Couchbase cluster at a given access level (RBAC) and test access
  • Configure and test auditing features in a given Couchbase cluster
  • Name the types of security used for transport of data between application servers and Couchbase clusters
  • State the security protocol used between Couchbase clusters

 

Software Development Kit

  • Install a Couchbase Software Development Kit (SDK) on a node outside the cluster and execute simulated workloads into a Couchbase cluster
  • Create/delete a key-value pair in a Couchbase cluster
  • Determine where a given key-value pair is located within a Couchbase cluster

 

High Availability, Add/Remove nodes from a cluster

  • Determine from a given set of conditions the best definition of a failure domain
  • Configure Failure Domain Awareness (Rack Awareness) for two racks in a Couchbase cluster
  • Rebalance a cluster after adding, removing or failing over a node(s)
  • Name the three methods of performing a software upgrade to a Couchbase cluster

 

Indexes, Views, Full Text Search (FTS), Eventing & Analytics

  • Create indexes on a couchbase cluster for use in a production environment, including Primary, Secondary, Composite, and Covering 
  • Construct an FTS index service(s) and perform a text search of an FTS service index
  • Construct an Eventing service(s) example and demonstrate eventing operation
  • Construct an Analytics service(s) example and demonstrate analytics queries

 

Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR)

  • Setup and configure Cross Datacenter Replication(XDCR) between two dissimilar sized Couchbase clusters
  • Modify replication threshold values and measure cluster behavior during XDCR replication between clusters
  • Configure in-transit encryption between Couchbase clusters
  • Setup, configure and measure Network Time Protocol (NTP) for use in conflict resolution strategies between clusters

 

Backup and Restore

  • Name the three different types of backup levels
  • Perform an online backup and restore of a cluster using command-line tools

 

Benchmarking, Monitoring, Troubleshooting and Performance 

  • Troubleshoot a Couchbase cluster for common configuration issues
  • Name the tools used to benchmark and monitor a production cluster
  • State the method Couchbase server uses to delete and recover disk space in operation
  • Name the two methods of configuring Compaction within a Couchbase cluster
  • Perform a manual compaction of a given Couchbase bucket 
  • Examine ejection and working set management within a cluster under varying workloads
  • Use command line tools to collect Cluster State information for use in troubleshooting a Couchbase cluster
  • Examine Log Redaction controls in a Couchbase cluster 

 

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate OLT Proof of Participation

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