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[NWV_410] Orchestration and NFV Workshop *NEW*

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Service providers are moving to Software-Defined Networking (SDN) architecture to bring new services to their customers faster while reducing the cost of managing their global network. This course is designed to provide conceptual yet practical examples of where various technologies are applied to a service provider’s network and how the network transitions from today’s physical network to tomorrow’s virtualized and agile networks. The focus will be on technologies such as OpenStack IaaS, NFV (Network Functions Virtualization), SDN, APIs (Application Programming Interface), Network Analytics as well as Orchestration and how they all come together to create software-defined programmable agile networks.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the participant will be able to:
• Communicate effectively using proper virtualization terminology
• List business drivers and impacts for SDN and NFV
• Sketch the conceptual architecture of Software-Defined Networking
• Discuss fundamental technical concepts and value proposition behind virtualization, OpenStack, NFV, SDN, APIs and Orchestration
• Illustrate how NFV, SDN, SFN, OpenStack, MANO (Orchestration) and OSS/BSS work together to enable agile network service deployment
• Illustrate how Physical Infrastructure (underlay) and Virtual Networks (overlay) coexist and operate
• List key challenges and possible migration paths
• Compare current and future capacity, reliability and performance management paradigms
• Illustrate key use cases for network virtualization

Intended Audience

This course is designed for professionals who are looking for an technical.

Suggested Prerequisites

• [NWV_117] Welcome to SDN and NFV Foundations (eLearning)
• [NWV_118] Welcome to SDN and NFV Technologies (eLearning)

Course Length

3 days

Course Outlines / Knowledge Knuggets

1. Orchestration Framework
1.1. NFV Orchestration Framework
1.2. Service Orchestration
1.2.1. Top-level orchestration
1.2.2. NFV service orchestration
1.3. Cloud IaaS Orchestration
1.4. Network Orchestration
1.4.1. Intra-data center network orchestration
1.4.2. Inter-data center network orchestration
Exercise: Network Orchestration

2. Orchestration Components
2.1. End-to-End orchestration elements
2.1.1. Network service orchestration
2.1.2. Network service components
2.2. User service orchestration
2.3. Actors in network orchestration
2.4. Initial service orchestration
2.5. In-service orchestration
2.5.1. Load balancing
2.5.2. Scaling
2.6. Maintenance orchestration
2.6.1. Physical and virtual network appliances
2.6.2. NETCONF/YANG
Exercise: Orchestrating deployment network service with load balancing, scaling and firewall

3. NFV Orchestration Design Elements
3.1. Layout of descriptors
3.2. On-boarding and service enablement

4. Policy and Orchestration
4.1. Orchestration via policy in descriptors
4.1.1. Network service descriptor
4.1.2. VNF descriptor
4.1.3. VNFFG descriptor
4.2. PNF descriptor
Exercise: Design descriptors end-to-end, on-board a network service

5. NFV Orchestration
5.1. Orchestration readiness
5.1.1. NFVO orchestration
5.1.2. VIM orchestration
5.1.3. SDN orchestration
5.2. Network Service Orchestration
Exercise: Orchestrating Network Service Deployment

6. User Service Orchestration
6.1. Service Function Chaining
6.2. On-demand service updated
6.3. Dynamic workload distribution
6.4. Service termination
Exercise: Orchestrating user services

7. Maintenance Orchestration
7.1. Performance and alarm monitors
7.2. Automated VM live migration
7.3. VNF software upgrade
Exercise: Performance impact and live migration

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- Self-paced, animated, and interactive

- $150/each course for 6 month license

- Immediate online access upon purchase

- Flexible way to take training at any hour

- Online training transcript available

- Electronic certificates at completion


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please contact Mr. Rod Marckese
at +1-972-664-0727 x246 or
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