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Introduction to Open Source Networking Technologies (LFS165x)

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Introduction to Open Source Networking Technologies (LFS165x)

This free course teaches you the technical basics of software-defined networking (SDN), virtual network functions (NFV), disaggregation and orchestration, as well as modern networking. Open networking will be explored through practical examples and technical options.

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Features

This course includes

Duration

40 hours
Video Content
40 hours
Level
Beginner
Instruction Type
Self Paced
Delivery Method
Online
Available on
Desktop, Laptop
Accessibility
Limited Access
Language
English
Subtitles
English

Skills

OrchestrationAutomationNetwork VirtualizationNetwork Architecture

Learning Goals

Learn about the software-defined and open source networking landscape
How networking hardware is being disaggregated
What open network operating systems (NOS) are and how they run on different networking hardware
Ways 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 center environments
Orchestration tools that can build a bridge between applications and networking

Course Content

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Prerequisites/Requirements

There are no prerequisites for this course

Target Audience

Open Source Enthusiasts
University Students
Network Architects and Engineers
Security Architects and Engineers
Systems Engineers

Course Overview

Instructor-Moderated Discussions

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