About this course

Course code TPIP1502
Duration 1 Day

This is a concise course addressing Software Defined Networking (SDN). It begins with a discussion of the drivers towards and the main objectives of SDN, before examining the architecture engineered to support SDN, including a discussion of Network Function Virtualisation (NFV). The deployment of software defined networks is discussed in detail, with significant consideration of switching techniques and SDN in wireless networks, as is the southbound operation of SDN with a focus on OpenFlow. The course also includes information on SDN in transport networks and a key case study looking at Google's G Scale Network.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have experience or an understanding of the principles or IP networking and routing.

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for those who need a solid base understand of software defined networking, network virtualisation and the deployment considerations associated with SDN, including network, software and IT engineers, as well as managers and consultants.

Outline

  • SDN Drivers for Change
  • Evolution and Virtualization
  • X as a Service in Layers
  • SDN Goals
  • Introducing SDN Architecture
  • SDN Split Architecture
  • SDN Traffic Engineering
  • Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and SDN
  • SDN Deployment
  • SDN Architecture
  • SDN Summary
  • SDN Vision
  • Case Study - Google
  • OpenFlow
  • OpenFlow Examples
  • Netconf and YANG
  • SDN to Control Transport Networks
  • Case Study - Mininet

1 Day

Duration

This is a QA approved partner course

Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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