5-Day Juniper Networks SDN, Contrail & Automation (Sunnyvale)
$795 – $3,500
5-Day Juniper Networks SDN, Contrail & Automation (Sunnyvale)

5-Day Juniper Networks SDN, Contrail & Automation (Sunnyvale)

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The Office of Silicon Valley

955 Benecia Avenue

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If you are planning to use your Juniper Training Credits (JTC's) to register, please send an email to classes@sdnessentials.com with your first and last name(s), company name and your JTC number.  Upon confirmation from Juniper, we will send you a registration code to complete your registration.

Groups of 4 or more should contact SDN Essentials for a discounted rate.

Please note: classes can be purchased individually as well.

Course Description

This five-day course combines Juniper Networks SDN Fundamentals (JSDNF), Network Automation using Contrail Cloud (NACC), and a two-day Junos Automation (JAUT) class to provide students with exposure to Juniper's SDN, Contrail and Automation solutions.

Juniper Networks SDN Fundamentals (JSDNF)

This one-day course is designed to provide students with an overview of software defined networking (SDN). Students will gain knowledge of why SDN is needed and how it solves problems in today's networking. Students will also get some experience with the basic features of Juniper Contrail through hands-on labs.

Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Understand the need for SDN and which problems it can help solve.
  • Discuss SDN and its different implementations.
  • Identify the different areas where SDN can be utilized.
  • Describe the OpenFlow protocol.
  • Discuss different real-world implementations of SDN.
  • Describe a Contrail use case.

Network Automation using Contrail Cloud (NACC) 

This two-day course is designed to provide students with the knowledge required to work with the Juniper Contrail software-defined networking (SDN) solution. Students will gain in-depth knowledge of how to use the OpenStack and Contrail Web UIs and APIs to perform the required tasks. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience with the features of Contrail. This course is based on Contrail Release 2.21.

Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

  • After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Define basic SDN principles and functionality.
  • Define basic OpenStack principles and functionality.
  • Define basic Contrail principles and how they relate to OpenStack.
  • List and define the components that make up the Contrail solution.
  • Explain where Contrail fits into NFV and SDN.
  • Describe the functionality of the Contrail control and data planes.
  • Describe Nova Docker support in Contrail.
  • Describe extending Contrail cluster with physical routers.
  • Describe support for TOR switches and OVSDB.
  • Describe the OpenStack and Contrail WebUIs.
  • Create a tenant project.
  • Create and manage virtual networks.
  • Create and manage policies.
  • Create and assign floating IP addresses.
  • Add an image and launch an instance from it.
  • Describe how a tenant is created internally.
  • Use Contrail's API to configure OpenStack and Contrail.
  • Describe service chaining within Contrail.
  • Set up a service chain.
  • Explain the use of Heat Templates with Contrail.
  • Manipulate the WebUI monitoring section.
  • Extract key information regarding the Contrail infrastructure.
  • Extract key information regarding traffic flows and packet analysis.
  • Create various types of filters and queries to generate data.
  • Describe Ceilometer support in a Contrail Cloud.
  • Perform TTL Configuration for Analytics Data.
  • Use various troubleshooting tools for debugging Contrail.

Condensed 2-Day Junos Automation (JAUT)

The Condensed Juniper Automation (JAUT) class focuses on Python, PyEZ, Ansible, Ruby, RubyEZ, and Puppet.

The Condensed Juniper Automation class covers an introduction to the Python and Ruby languages as well as automation/DevOps tools such as PyEZ, RubyEZ, Puppet, and Ansible. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience in automating the Junos operating system and device operations.
This course is based on the Junos OS Release 14.2R2.6

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