Course Description

Virtualization is becoming a key concept in today’s networks. Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technology enables the network functions to be run on the virtualized platforms and deployed in software, consolidating the infrastructure from many physical devices to a virtualized platform. This 1-3 days customized course will provide students with an opportunity to get a jump start on gaining hands-on experience and understanding of NFV technology, deployment and provisioning services. Students will be exposed to multi-vendor NFV products such as Cisco Network Control System (NCS), Cisco CSR1000v and Brocade Vyatta 5400 vRouter.

Prerequisites

  • Knowledge of IP/MPLS Technologies
  • Familiarity with Virtualization Concepts

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, trainees should be able to understand:
  • NFV Concepts, Needs and Architectures
  • NFV Industry, Vendors and Open-source Landscape
  • NFV Deployment Models and Used-cases
  • Cisco NCS Services Deployment and Provisioning
  • Cisco CSR1000v Services Deployment and Provisioning
  • Brocade Vyatta 5400 vRouter Services Deployment and Provisioning
  • MPLS vPE/vCE/vRR Services Deployment
  • Exposure to REST APIs and YANG model

Course Type

Instructor-led course, with self-paced hands-on lab.

Duration

1-3 Days
*Customized curriculums available

Audience

The primary audience for this course are the following:
  • Network Engineers
  • System Administrators
  • Cloud Infrastructure Architects
  • Service Provider Architects
  • Data Center Architects