The Creating HP Software-defined Networks course is suitable for all IT Professionals who want to learn about SDN. The focus of this course is on designing and implementing Software-defined Networks.
HP FlexNetwork Fundamentals or similar experience with HP Comware and Provision switches.
Explain what SDN means, from a technical and a business perspective
Explain and understand how OpenFlow is the open-standard transport mechanism used for making SDN possible
Understand the difference between OpenFlow 1.0 and 1.3
Understand what it takes to transition from traditional networking to Software-defined Networking
Understand and configure how the HP VAN SDN controller communicates with different components, both internal and external to the controller, via secure channels
Demonstrate how to use a script to make API calls, focusing on application implementation rather than development of applications
Understand how SDN can be integrated in the HP FlexNetwork Architecture through SDN use cases
Understand how OpenFlow enables the separation of the control and data planes
Explain and understand how SDN can enhance the network performance, security and simplification, via applications such as Sentinel
Install and configure the HP VAN SDN Controller
Explain the HP VAN SDN Controller RESTful API, including information about RSDoc
Configure a controller team to provide high availability in a SDN environment Courses -->
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