Software Defined Networking Essentials (LFS465)
Skills Covered: Software Defined Networking (SDN), Linux Networking, Open vSwitch, Network Programmability, OpenFlow, Network Virtualization, Multi-tenancy, OpenDaylight, YANG to Java mapping, YANG, Apache Karaf – OSGi Container, OpenDaylight Controller – MD-SAL, Logging OpenDaylight, Tungsten Fabric, TF Architecture, TF Network Services, TF Network Services Configuration, Logging in TF, Analytics of TF
ABOUT THIS PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
This course is for experienced network engineers and developers who need to learn about modelling of Open Source Software Defined Networking (SDN).
This course will teach you about SDN and the protocols, techniques, and approaches that go along with it. You’ll also learn about the OpenDaylight SDN controller and its APIs, as well as how they integrate into SDN and the function of Tungsten Fabric, and how to write applications using the OpenDaylight and Tungsten Fabric APIs.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This course begins with an overview of SDN components before moving on to code examples developed by modelling in OpenDaylight and Tungsten Fabric. It also covers software that uses OpenDaylight and Tungstein Fabric APIs, as well as platforms like mininet and wireshark. The course ends with creation of a brand new application from scratch.
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According to PayScale, the average salary of Software Defined Networking skilled expert in US is $115,453.
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