• Jun 19
    Mon 09:00 AM - Tue 05:00 PM Sunnyvale Mirantis SDN100-004
    • $1,995.00 incl. Tax
  • Jun 19
    Mon 09:00 AM PDT - Tue 05:00 PM PDT Online Mirantis SDN100-005
    • $1,995.00 incl. Tax
  • Jul 06
    Thu 09:00 AM - Fri 05:00 PM Austin Mirantis SDN100-006
    • $1,995.00 incl. Tax
  • Jul 06
    Thu 09:00 AM CDT - Fri 05:00 PM CDT Online Mirantis SDN100-007
    • $1,995.00 incl. Tax

Description

Mirantis Training SDN100 Software Defined Networking Bootcamp

Our Software Defined Networking Bootcamp (SDN100) course is an instructor-led training providing a new paradigm of networking. This training is for network architects, engineers, administrators, technical managers/leads, product managers, and sales engineers. You will learn how to operate, configure and administer an environment built with Software Defined Networking (SDN), OpenFlow and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). This vendor-agnostic, technology-inclusive course is broken up into two sections: lectures and labs.

In lectures, instructors will cover the building blocks of SDN, its fundamentals and familiarize you with the protocols in use. Highly correlated, NFV technologies are explained. Performance aspects of NFV require special attention, so that DPDK, SR-IOV and NUMA are covered in the course as well. Among the already established technologies, the instructor will also provide an introduction to the most recent SDN trends in the world, such as Linux kernel enhancements called XDP (eXpress Data Path) or recently open sourced kernel bypass technology FD.IO. You will also learn the main use cases and architecture used in modern SDN solutions: OpenDayLight, OpenContrail, Calico, ONOS are covered in the course, with deep dive into Calico and OpenContrail.

Labs, are comprised of hands-on experience with Open vSwitch, Mininet, ONOS, eBPF and Calico.

Audience & Prerequisites

This course is for network architects, engineers, administrators, technical managers/leads, product managers, and sales engineers. You will learn how to operate, configure and administer an environment built with Software Defined Networking (SDN), OpenFlow and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). This course requires basic proficiency in basic GNU/Linux command line, networking fundamentals and the basics of TCP/IP suite of protocols.

Objectives and Outline

  • An understanding of SDN and OpenFlow concepts
  • An understanding of NFV concepts
  • Familiarity with SDN motivation, benefits, use cases, and applications
  • Familiarity with the basic SDN concepts: control plane, data plane, flow tables
  • The relation between SDN and NFV
  • Experience with Open vSwitch, Mininet and Wireshark
  • Understanding of architecture and use cases of Calico and OpenContrail
  • Experience with Calico and OpenContrail

 Please review our syllabus for the course objectives and outline.

Lab Requirements

To access our cloud hosted lab environment, student will need a laptop computer with a ssh client and a web browser.

What's Included?

  • Presentations and Workbooks provided by Instructor
  • Access to Cloud based labs for duration of class
  • Certificate of Completion