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ONF-Certified SDN Associate (OCSA) 1Day Training-Auckland

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Regus - Auckland 21 Queen Street

Level 10/21 Queen St

Auckland, North Island 1010

New Zealand

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Our classroom training provides you the opportunity to interact with instructors and benefit from face-to-face instruction.

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Course Description:

This is a 1-day class that covers the basics of Software Defined Networking (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 75% lecture and 25% lab and is aimed at preparing participants for the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) SDN Associate exam.

Course Outline:

Module 1: Introduction

● Personal Introductions

● 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: Use Cases

● Data center/Enterprise

● WAN

● Transport Networks

Module 5: Migration Strategies

● Framework

● Migration Approaches

● Devices and Deployments

● Planning

Module 6: Security, the ONF and Controller placement

● Security and Availability

● Overview of the ONF Organization

● Controller Placement

Module 7: SDN Open Source Overview

● Open Source Controllers

● Other Open Source Initiatives

Target Audience:

This course is aimed at beginners who want to grasp basic SDN concepts.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

● Identify SDN concepts and architecture as put forth by the Open Networking Foundation.

● Understand the workings of OpenFlow.

● Gain insight into SDN use-cases and migration strategies.

● Understand the ONF as an organization and identify open source initiatives.

● Gain valuable hands-on experience with a Mininet network and the Floodlight Controller.

Course Agenda:

Day 1

Introduction

Definitions and Standards

OpenFlow

Use Cases

Migration Strategies

Security, the ONF and Controller placement

SDN Open Source

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Regus - Auckland 21 Queen Street

Level 10/21 Queen St

Auckland, North Island 1010

New Zealand

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