Duration 1 Day
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.
- 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
BENEFITS OF TAKING THIS COURSE
This course provides learners with an overview of basic SDN concepts and valuable hands-on experience with a Mininet network and the Floodlight Controller. This course is a good starting point for networking professionals and enthusiasts who are seeking an introduction to Software Defined Networking.
This course is aimed at beginners who want to grasp basic SDN concepts.
Attendees should have a basic understanding of networking and be able to identify the shortcomings of legacy networking infrastructure.
- SDN for Network Engineers
- SDN Foundations
Exam Available in Languages: English, Simplified Chinese
- Exam Format: Closed-book format. Web-Based
- Questions: 40 multiple choice questions
- Passing Score: 70%
- Exam Duration: 60 minutes, 15 minutes extra time for non-native English speakers
- Module 1: Introduction
- Module 2: Definitions and Standards
- Module 3: OpenFlow
- Module 4: Use Cases
- Module 5: Migration Strategies
- Module 6: Security, the ONF and Controller placement
- Module 7: SDN Open Source
- Lab: OpenFlow