SDN Engineer Training
|Certificate: ONF Certified SDN Engineer
Duration: 2 days
Course Delivery: Classroom, Virtual Classroom
|Accreditor: Open Networking Foundation
This is a 2-day event with 50% lecture and 50% lab that showcases several vendor solutions in the practical component of the class. It also allows attendees to gain valuable insight into how the industry is progressing, learn about OpenFlow and discover the details about the different Use Cases where SDN is making its mark.
SDN Sales Engineer, DevOps Engineer, Technical Marketing Engineer, Network Technician, IT Analyst, System Administrator, Software Engineer, Consultant/Professional Services Engineer, Network Engineer/Architect, Network Security Engineer, Information Security/Assurance Engineer, Hardware Engineer, Solution Architect, Technical Trainer
Individuals certified at this level will have demonstrated their understanding of:
- how SDN solves network issues and implements use cases.
- the OpenFlow® Protocol message structures, features, and headers.
- SDN architectural component design, API principals and SDN network design.
- SDN migration strategies and deployment options and considerations
- how to configure and monitor and test an SDN Network.
- how to secure SDN controllers and switches.
- SDN future projects and developments.
Benefits of Taking This Course:
- After taking this course, you will have vendor-neutral technical knowledge, skills, and abilities of the major domains of networking practices that support the theory and practice of Software Defined Networking (SDN).
- The certification will be considered mastery-level validation and certification examination for technical professionals in the domain of SDN networking.
- Exam Format: Web-Based, closed-book format.
- Questions: 70 multiple choice questions
- Passing Score: 70%
- Exam Duration: 90 minutes.
- Proctoring: Live
|Module 1: Introduction||Lab 3 – Cisco APIC-EM|
|Module 2: Definitions and Standards||Module 5: SDN via Overlays|
|Lab 1 – NEC PFC and Mininet||Lab 4 – Juniper Contrail|
|Module 3 – Open SDN||Lab 5 – PLUMgrid ONS|
|Lab 2a – Pica8||Module 6 – Cases Studies|
|Lab 2b – Big Switch Big Cloud Fabric||Module 7: OpenStack v/s OpenDaylight|
|Lab 2c – Brocade Vyatta Controller|
|Module 4: SDN via APIs|
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Definitions and Standards
- Problems in Networking
- Making the Case for SDN
- SDN flavors
- What is OpenFlow?
- How does OpenFlow work?
- Friends of SDN
- SDN Definers
Lab 1 – NEC ProgrammableFlow Controller
Module 3: Open SDN
- Big Switch Networks
Lab 2a – Pica8
Lab 2b – BSN BCF
Lab 2c – Brocade Vyatta Controller
Module 4: SDN via APIs
Lab 3 – Cisco APIC-EM
Module 5: SDN via Overlays
- Juniper Contrail
Lab 4 – Juniper Contrail
- PLUMgrid ONS
Lab 5 – PLUMgrid ONS
Module 6 – Cases Studies
- SDN Environments
- Data Center
- Transport Networks
- Kanazawa University State Hospital
- Ballarat Grammar
Module 7: OpenStack v/s OpenDaylight