Juniper Networks SDN Fundamentals (JSDNF)
Who should attend
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.
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.
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
- Lab: Contrail Features
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