Introduction to Open Source Networking Technologies (LFS165x)
Skills Covered: Open Source Networking, Software Defined Networking Landscape, Disaggregated Hardware, IO Abstraction and Datapath, Network Operating Systems, Network Control, Orchestration, Virtual Management, Network Virtualization, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Network Automation, Network Data Analytics, Network Operating Systems (NOS), Software-Defined Networking (SDN)
ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course is a perfect introduction to open source networking for open source enthusiasts, university students, network architects and engineers, security architects and engineers, and systems engineers.
You will have a solid understanding of the use cases and technological solutions for digital open networking in businesses, content companies, and cloud providers by the end of this course.
Open Compute Project, ONIE, Akraino, FD.io, OVS, IO Visor, DPDK, Open Dataplane, P4, OpenSwitch, Open Network, Linux, FRR, DANOS, SONIC, FBOSS, OpenDayLight, Tungsten Fabric (OpenContrail), ONOS, CORD, Open Security Controller, ONAP, OPNFV, PNDA, and SNAS are major open source networking projects you will learn.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The landscape of software-defined and open source networking will be covered in this course. This includes how networking hardware is being disaggregated, what open network operating systems (NOS) are and how they run on different networking hardware, how to automate networking tasks, how SDN controllers manage underlay networks, what NFV is and how it can help reduce the complexity of today’s data centre environments, and orchestration tools that can provide a bridge between applications and networking hardware.
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