The SDN for Network Engineers class is a 2-day class with 50% lecture and 50% lab that gives a background on SDN architecture, definitions, use cases, where the industry is heading and migration strategies. This class has been designed to provide a broad and hands-on experience for network engineers requiring SDN knowledge. The Lab uses a variety of controllers including Floodlight, OpenDaylight and commercial controllers.
Students should have a basic understanding of common virtualization tools such as Virtualbox or VMWare Fusion and have a laptop with permissions to modify BIOS to permit virtualization and install VMs.
A basic understanding of routing and switching is required.
Class Description Outline:
Module 1: Introduction to SDN Technologies
Lab 1: Setting up your network with Mininet
Module 2: OpenFlow Tutorial
Lab 2: Using Floodlight and Avior
Module 3: Applications
Lab 3: Using ovs-ofctl, REST APIs and Wireshark
Module 4: SDN Survey
Lab 4: Using Eclipse and a “blacklist” app
Module 5: Use Cases
Lab 5: Using the HP Controller
Module 6: Case Studies
Lab 6: Using the ODL Controller
Module 7: Migration Strategies
Lab 7: Using Policies on Controller
Module 8: Futures and Rebuttals
Also Available On-Demand: If you would like this class delivered to your team on your campus, contact us to schedule and provide group pricing.
Cancelation Policy: Full-refunds will be given to registrants that cancel 6+ business days prior to the event. We'll do our best to help you reschedule as well. No refunds for registrants that cancel less than 6 business days prior to the event. We reserve the right to postpone a course if a minimum of 3 students is not met. We strive to give you as much notice as possible.
Contact Us: SDN Essentials, www.sdnessentials.com