Software Defined Networks Training | SDN Training

Software Defined Networks Training

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Software Defined Networks Training | SDN Training Overview Course

Software Defined Networks Training, SDN is enabling organizations to accelerate application deployment and delivery, dramatically reducing IT costs through policy-enabled workflow automation. SDN technology enables cloud architectures by delivering automated, on-demand application delivery and mobility at scale. SDN enhances the benefits of data center virtualization, increasing resource flexibility and utilization and reducing infrastructure costs and overhead.

SDN is programmatically configured allowing network managers and administrators to configure and optimize network resources via automated SDN programs dynamically. Learn how SDN will accomplish these great business objectives using a centralized approach managing network and application services into centralized orchestration platforms to automate the provisioning and configuration your infrastructure. SDN delivers speed and agility when deploying new applications and business services. Flexibility, policy, and programmability are the hallmarks of Cisco’s SDN solutions, with a platform capable of handling the most demanding networking need of today and tomorrow.

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• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the SDN Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

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Objectives:

Upon completing this Software Defined Networks Training | SDN Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Describe what Software Defined Networking (SDN) is
• List the benefits of SDN
• List target SDN environments and applications
• Understand how SDN works in an enterprise network
• List related SDN technologies, components, protocols, solutions and standards
• List requirements for SDN device and controller
• Describe SDN advanced switch features and SDN Controllers
• Illustrate the SDN architecture and its building blocks
• Describe Policy Management, Monitoring and Load-balancing and SDN functions
• List SDN Southbound and Northbound APIs
• Plan and develop an SDN management application

Software Defined Networks Training | SDN Training – Course Syllabus:

Software Defined Networking (SDN)

◾The Need for Modern Network Architecture
◾Limitations of Current Networking Technologies
◾Principals behind Network Transformation
◾Introducing Software-Defined Networking
◾SDN technical and business drivers
◾SDN business and technical objectives
◾SDN What and Why
◾Analyzing the key Drivers of SDN
◾Cloud Computing, Big Data, Video and Multimedia and Mobile
◾Converging the management of network and application services
◾Centralized, extensible orchestration platforms
◾Provisioning and configuration automation of the entire infrastructure
◾Common centralized IT policies
◾Creating new applications and services
◾Software-Defined Networking (SDN) as an emerging architecture
◾Creating stronger security and faster time to service
◾Reduced operational overhead, and faster IT innovation
◾Software Defined Networking for service providers
◾SDN Related Technologies
◾Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)
◾Openstack and overlays

Software-Defined Network Architecture

◾SDN architecture and framework
◾Business applications and network intelligence
◾Network devices and services
◾Control Data Plane interface
◾Software-based SDN controllers
◾Decoupling of the network control and forwarding functions
◾Programmable network control
◾Underlying infrastructure abstractions for applications and network services
◾SDN controllers
◾SDN layers
◾Application Layer
◾Control Layer
◾Infrastructure Layer
◾SDN Control Software (e.g., OpenFlow)
◾OpenFlow-Based Software-Defined Networks
◾OpenFlow protocol as a fundamental element for SDN solutions

Implementing Software-Defined Network

◾SDN deployment options
◾Separation of control plane and data plane
◾Controller architecture and building blocks
◾Orchestration (e.g. BigSwitch, NEC)
◾Comparison of Orchestrator vs Controller
◾Virtualization in SDN
◾Key SDN protocols
◾SDN Operation
◾SDN Programming
◾SDN REST API
◾Cloud connection
◾Orchestration
◾Open APIs, and advanced orchestration capabilities
◾SDN Programming
◾Programmability in Controllers
◾Full Programmability with OpenFlow
◾Ryu, OpenDayLight
◾ODL and OpenStack
◾Overview of OpenStack
◾Overview of OpenDaylight

Open SDN Products and Solutions

◾SDN Case Studies
◾SDN use cases
◾Data center Case Study
◾SDN device implementation
◾SDN controller implementation
◾SDN management Application
◾SDN Software and Hardware Products
◾SDN enabled Hardware
◾L4-L7 network appliances
◾Routers and Switches
◾SDN and NFV platforms
◾Software SDKs and Libraries
◾Virtual Network Functions and Appliances
◾Application Acceleration
◾Application Delivery Controllers (ADC)
◾Load Balancers
◾Policy Managers
◾Virtual Switches and Routers

SDN Vendors

◾VMware
◾Cisco
◾Juniper
◾HP
◾NEC
◾ALU
◾MRV
◾Redhat
◾Pica8
◾BigSwitch

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