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Introduction to SDN

Please Note: This class now includes an exam voucher. Students can take the OCSA-110 exam directly after class or schedule for a later date.

This is a 1-day class that covers the basics of SDN. It is ideal for a beginner audience that wants to obtain an overview of the concepts, definitions and open source initiatives in the SDN Arena. It has 50% lecture and 50% lab and is aimed at preparing participants for the ONF Associate level certification exam.

Class Outline:

Module 1: Introduction Agenda

  • Company introduction
  • Student introductions
  • Logistics
  • ONF Certification Overview

Module 2: Definitions and standards

  • Problems in Networking (that SDN can help solve)
  • Making the case for SDN
  • SDN Flavors

Module 3: OpenFlow

  • What is OpenFlow
  • How does OpenFlow work
  • of-config
  • SDN Related Technologies
  • SDN Standards Organizations

Module 4: SDN Use Cases

  • Data center/Enterprise
  • WAN
  • Transport Networks

Module 5: Migration Strategies

  • Framework
  • Migration Approaches
  • Devices and Deployments
  • Plannin

Module 6: Security, the ONF and Controller Redundancy

  • Security and Availability
  • Overview of the ONF organization
  • Controller Redundancy

Module 7: Open source initiatives

  • Overview
  • Open source controllers
  • Other open source initiatives


Lab: Using the Floodlight controller

  • Using the Floodlight controller and Mininet
  • Using a Java based application to monitor the network
  • Using Wireshark to analyze OpenFlow messages
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