Course Outline


  • Why SDN (Software-Defined Networking)?

Installing and Configuring ONAP

Overview of ONAP Features and Architecture

Understanding NFV (Network Function Virtualization)

Case Study: NFV/SDN as an Extension of Agile

Assessing your Physical Networking Environment

Creating Networking Services

Managing Instances of Services, VNFs, PNFs.

Integrating ONAP with Legacy Infrastructure

Integrating ONAP with Agile Operations


ONAP Resources and Community

Summary and Conclusion


  • Network engineering experience
  • Experience with the Linux command line


  • IT engineers
  • Network engineers
  • Developers
  28 Hours


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