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Creating HP Software-defined Networks is an introductory course to SDN. The course provides an overview of SDN concepts, architecture, network design elements, how SDN-enabled applications can dynamically control network behavior, and how SDN will make deploying new solutions more efficient and less time consuming.
Learning Tree Training Vouchers cannot be used to pay for the tuition fee for this course.
This course is delivered by a Learning Tree approved training partner.
In this course you will learn how SDN is used in networking environments, and how SDN separates the control and data plane using OpenFlow as the open standard transport mechanism. SDN “use cases” are used to demonstrate how SDN can be used in real-world situations to solve network challenges, and demonstrate the implications that SDN will have on the current and future network designs.
You will learn how to implement the HP VAN SDN Controller into an existing network by installing, configuring and licensing the HP VAN SDN Controller. The Network Protector SDN Application running on the HP VAN SDN Controller enables automated network posture assessment and real-time security across OpenFlow-enabled network devices. In the course you will be installing, configuring and testing this new HP SDN Application during hands-on labs.
At course completion, the learner will have a solid understanding of what SDN concepts, how it works, why it is used, and how the HP VAN SDN Controller can be implemented in an HP network.
This course is approximately 50% lecture and 50% learning activities and hands-on lab exercises. The Creating HP Software-defined Networks course prepares candidates for one of the specialty exams in the HP ASE FlexNetwork Architect V2 and soon-to-be-released HP ASE - FlexNetwork Integrator V1 certification within the HP ExpertOne program.
Enhance your team's effectiveness and boost productivity with this course, delivered privately to your organization or to any preferred location, including options for hybrid or all-virtual delivery via WebEx.