Certification from TSSC (Telecom Sector Skill Council), a non-profit industry driven body set up under the aegis of the NSDC (National Skill Development Council), at the completion of the program.
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.
The primary audiences for this course are the following:
- Network engineers with the desire to learn about software defined networking; and
- Engineers who are interested in hands-on experience with Juniper Contrail.
JSDNF is an introductory-level course.
The following are the prerequisites for this course:
- Fundamental understanding of network design; and
- An understanding of network protocols such as BGP, OSPF, and STP.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Introduction to Software Defined Networking
- Current Infrastructure Limitations
- Advantages of Implementing SDN
- SDN Camps and Definitions
- SDN Versus NFV
- Relevant Entities and Standards Bodies
Chapter 3: SDN Applications
- SDN in the Data Center
- SDN in the Enterprise
- SDN in the WAN
- SDN in Transport Networks
Chapter 4: OpenFlow
- Northbound, Southbound and East/West Interfaces
- OpenFlow Overview
- OpenFlow Message Exchange
Chapter 5: Juniper Contrail
- Juniper Contrail
- Lab: Introduction to Contrail
Chapter 6: SDN Use Cases