LFS465

LFS465

LFS465

 

Software Defined Networking with OpenDaylight

SDN (Software Defined Networking) abstracts networking infrastructure away from the actual physical equipment. This allows network system administrators to maintain the networking environment across mulitple vendors and hardware, and operating systems and versions. This course is designed to provide Developers and advanced Network Engineers exposure to modeling in Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN). We first discuss the context of SDN components then progress to show the code created through modeling in OpenDaylight. This course concludes by writing an application from scratch. OpenDaylight is an open networking platform that enables SDN and constructs a solid foundation for NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) for all network sizes.

 

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Course Overview

Software Defined Networking with OpenDaylight discusses:

  • SDN
  • OpenDaylight
  • Tools such as mininet and wireshark
  • Applications using OpenDaylight APIs

 

Course Details

  • Delivery Method: classroom course
  • Duration: 4 days of instructor-led class time
  • Hands-on labs & Assignments
  • Ressources & Course Manual
  • Experience level: Intermediate

 

After the course you will receive a certification of completion

 

Course Outline

  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • Chapter 2. Software Defined Networking
  • Chapter 3. Open vSwitch
  • Chapter 4. Simulation and Observation
  • Chapter 5. SDN – History and Evolution
  • Chapter 6. Network Programmability
  • Chapter 7. OpenFlow
  • Chapter 8. Network Virtualization and Multi-tenancy
  • Chapter 9. Introduction to OpenDaylight
  • Chapter 10. YANG
  • Chapter 11. Apache Karaf – the OSGi container
  • Chapter 12. OpenDaylight Controller and MD-SAL
  • Chapter 13. Eclipse Setup and Importing OpenDaylight
  • Chapter 14. Observing and Logging OpenDaylight
  • Chapter 15. Writing an Application using OpenDaylight

 

Prerequisites

This course is designed to provide Developers and advanced Network Engineers exposure to modeling in Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN). Students should have a good grasp of typical scalability and system administration issues frequently encountered in enterprise environments. They should also be well­ versed in Linux command line usage, shell scripting and text file editing.