ONAP Fundamentals (LFS263)
Skills Covered: Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), ONAP Architecture, Network Service Design, Interfacing with ONAP, ONAP Blueprints, Network Service Orchestration, Life Cycle Management, ONAP Policy Framework, Control Loop Automation, Troubleshooting in ONAP
ABOUT THIS COURSE
The ONAP project responds to a growing need for a popular platform for telecommunications, cable, and cloud operators—as well as their solution providers—to offer differentiated network services on-demand, profitably and competitively, while exploiting existing investments.
This course is most appropriate for technical teams at service providers and businesses that implement, develop, and scale their networks and next-generation services, especially in light of the growth of 5G and edge computing.
The topics discussed in this course closely correlate with the skills domains assessed by the Accredited ONAP Professional exam (which will be available in late 2020) which will significantly improve students’ ability to become certified.
The lab exercises will be performed on seven custom VMs in your GCP account (six for setting up ONAP and one for OpenStack cloud). The average cloud expense is $4/hour charged directly to GCP. (This will vary based on how long your VMs are going, your venue, and GCP price changes.) The course provides specific guidance for setting up your lab space.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This course covers the fundamentals of Network Function Virtualization (NFV), an outline of ONAP architecture, subprojects, and use case blueprints, an overview of ONAP modelling, interfacing with ONAP, network operation configuration, orchestration, and lifecycle management, the ONAP Policy system, closed control loop automation, and troubleshooting.
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