Price is for 1 day
Upon completion of this course, the participant will:
- Understand the new paradigm in networking
- Describe the Key concept of Open Flow Network
- Describe the key concept of Software Defined Network
- Describe the key concept of Network Function Virtualization
Strategic planners, network architects, network managers, systems engineers, service planners and carrier operation staff who are responsible for planning, implementing and deploying networks which may require SDN and/or NFV techniques in the future.
Delegates should be from an engineering background with a solid appreciation of carrier class or enterprise networks. Understanding of a programming language such as Python or Java is helpful but not essential.
1. Why we need new paradigm in Networking?
- Converged Infrastructure
- Traditional Computing Vs Modern Computing
- Traditional & Modern Computing Provisioning Method
- Modern Networking Complexity
- Traditional & Modern Networking Provisioning Method
- Computing Vs Networking
- Current Network Vs Open Flow Network Vs SDN Network
- Evolution of Open Flow, SDN and NFV
2. Introduction of Open Flow
Need for Open Flow
What is Open Flow?
Traditional Switch Forwarding
Open Flow Switch Forwarding
Open Flow Illustration
Components of Open Flow Network
Open Flow Controller
Open Flow Channel
Open Flow Switch
Packet Flow in Open Flow Switch
2. Introduction of Software Defined Network (SDN)
What is SDN?
Need for SDN
SDN Innovation and Components
Soft RAN – SDN Approach to RAN
Server Abstraction Vs SDN Abstraction
Layer 1: Infrastructure
Layer 2: Southbound Interface
Layer 4: Network Operating System
Types of SDN Controllers (NOSs)
SDN Controllers Parts: Core Services/ South & Northbound / West &
3. Introduction of Network Function Virtualization
What is NFV?
Benefit & Promise of NFV
Sisyphus on Different Hills
Enter the software-defined era
The NFV Concept
The NFV Target
NFV Architecture & Reference Points
NFV Use Cases