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Software defined networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) are highly in demand in networking technology and it is a smarter way to design, implement and managing enterprise networks. SDN (Software defined networking) offers numerous benefits such as fatser provisioning, load balancing, streamlined physical infrastructure and the ability to scale network resources as and when it requires. The OpenFlow SDN is a foundational element for building SDN solutions.
We at APLearnings provide you instructor-led (ILT), Virtual or Online class training courses that attribute a comprehensive theory lectures, hands-on Lab and many case studies. Our Trainers are well experienced in the product and they have a vast range of knowledge on the product and course. We are flexible to customise the course as per your requirement.
We conduct the SDN (SD-WAN) training as class-room and virtual based at Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, Kolkata, India, Singapore, Dubai (UAE), USA, Sydney, Mellbourn, Australia, London, UK, Qatar and currently we provide other courses training like Steelhead Riverbed, IBM QRadar SIEM, Fortigate Firewalls, Palo Alto Firewalls, Bluecoat Proxy, BIG-IP F5 LTM/GTM/APM/ASM/AFM Networks, Infoblox, Citrix, Imperva, Wireshark, VMWare NSX, Information Security, Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, VAPT, Cisco Ironport ESA & WSA. Our trainers are well experienced and advanced security engineers having real world exposure in heterogeneous & complex networking environments and we use the latest techniques in our courses.
3 Days – Course
2. Central Control
3. Active Networks
4. Network Virtualization
5. Control/Data Separation
6. Challenges in Separating the Data and Control Planes
7. VirtualBox/Mininet Installation Tutorial
8. Applications of Virtual Networking
9. Network Virtualization with Mininet
10. Testing Mininet Setup
11. The Control Plane
12. SDN Controllers
13. Customizing SDN Control
14. Programmable Data Planes
15. Scaling Programmable Data Planes