Software Defined Networking (SDN) Made Simple | Udemy

Software Defined Networking (SDN) Made Simple | Udemy
English | Size: 2.92 GB
Genre: eLearning

What you’ll learn
Properly understand SDN. Learn how to use Mininet Emulator. Learn to Create Default & Custom Topologies. Create SDN Applications such as Hub, Switch & Firewall. Using Wireshark with OpenFlow, Learn POX Controller

When we started working on SDN 5-6 years back, not much information or help was available regarding SDN. Getting started with this emerging concept was very difficult. It was really very painful process. Now we do not want this to happen to the persons who at this point of time want to enter into this field. This Course starts from basics & takes you to advance levels of Software Defined Networking. Everything has been explained by giving examples. Proper lab setup along with diagrams has been given so that you can constructs the labs yourself & do the practice. This work covers topics such as SDN lab setup, basics of SDN, Mininet Emulator, Mininet Topologies, POX SDN Controller, ovs-ofctl etc.

According to industry people and research scholars, SDN is going to redefine networking and cloud world. This is the biggest thing that has happened in networking field in last 30 years. SDN is a New Way to Design, Build and Operate Networks. There is a Need to Innovate in the Network. We’ve seen tons of innovation in applications, devices, computing and storage, yet the underlying network that connects everything has remained unchanged. SDN Opens the Network Up for Innovation. It replaces static, inflexible and complex networks, with networks that are agile, scalable and innovative.

Who this course is for:
Anybody who wants to learn SDN

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