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Software Defined Networking with OpenDaylight (LFS465)

SDN (Software Defined Networking) has the ability to steers away and mirrors a networking infrastructure from the real physical apparatus.

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SDN (Software Defined Networking) has the ability to steers away and mirrors a networking infrastructure from the real physical apparatus.

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SDN (Software Defined Networking) has the ability to steers away and mirrors a networking infrastructure from the real physical apparatus. It creates an abstract situation for the operator. This gives the opportunity to network administrators to establish a smooth networking connection between different vendors, hardware, operating systems, and even different versions. This is a Two-day course with intermediate level of difficulty. This course has been created to provide the Developers and advanced Network Engineers an opportunity to model in Open Source Software Defined Networking. In this course, there will be first sound discussion on the context of SDN features, and afterwards, the method to create code through modeling in OpenDaylight. Towards the end of the course, the method of coding an application right from the beginning will be taught.

OpenDaylight is an open networking site that enables SDN and creates a firm infrastructure for NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) for all network sizes.

Learning Objectives:

The course has the following learning objectives:

  • Gaining a firm comprehension of SDN, and the protocols, tools and methods used
  • Gaining comprehension of OpenDaylight SDN controller with its APIs and how it gets arranged into SDN
  • Coding applications on-top of the OpenDaylight APIs
  • Gaining comprehension of the tools to simulate and debug network topologies

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This course is suitable for developers and network engineers

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This course has been created to provide the Developers and advanced Network Engineers an opportunity to model in Open Source Software Defined Networking. Therefore, it is important for the students to have a firm comprehension of concepts such as typical scalability and system administration problems that arise often in enterprise workforce environment. It is also mandatory to note that the students have an excellent grasp of Linux command line usage, shell scripting and text file editing.

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BrandLinux
SubjectsIT Ops & Management
Lab AccessNo
TechnologyLinux
Learning StyleVirtual Classroom
Learning TypeCourse
DifficultyIntermediate
Course Duration2 Days
LanguageEnglish

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Dynamic technology professional and accomplished network engineer with a wealth of expertise in leading world class IT initiatives. Proven technology leader who excels as a pivotal business partner and provides critical leadership to the corporation and executive team. Innovative, high-energy professional with excellent organizational and communication skills and the capacity to assume increasingly significant responsibilities.

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