NFV Training | Network Functions Virtualization Training

NFV Training | Network Functions Virtualization Training

Introduction:

NFV Training | Network Functions Virtualization Training Hands-on

NFV Training | Network Functions Virtualization Training introduces concepts, technologies and new ways to design, deploy and manage networking services. Network Functions Virtualization allows decoupling of critical network functions such as such as NAT, DHCP, DNS, firewall, IDS from proprietary hardware appliances. These critical functions are able to run in software only and simplifies networking components and leads to a fully virtualized infrastructure. This is applicable to data plane processing or control plane function in both wired and wireless network infrastructures.

NFV Training | Network Functions Virtualization Training course starts with a discussion of the benefits and motivation of NFV and overview of NFV architecture, NVF components, NFV NFV requirements and implementation challenges, and enablers provided by LTE and IMS network functions.You will also learn how Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies and NFV can be integrated. Network Functions Virtualization Training helps network providers and Communication Service Provider (CSP) to accelerate the deployment of new network services to support their revenue and growth objectives without the constraints of hardware-based appliances and utilizing more standard IT virtualization technologies to their networks.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

NFV Training | Network Functions Virtualization TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2 days

Objectives:

◾Understand concepts behind virtualization
◾Discuss Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and its benefits and value proposition
◾List fundamental concepts and technologies behind NFV
◾Understand concepts behind service and infrastructure evolution: cloud computing, Software-defined networking (SDN), OpenFlow, OpenStack, and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)
◾Discuss implementation of network functions in software running on a range of industry standard server hardware
◾Define the NFV building blocks and elements
◾Discuss the NFV reference architecture and building blocks
◾Discuss NFV architectural elements and implementation use cases
◾Understand concepts such as Virtualization of Compute and Network and Storage
◾Understand concepts behind Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure as a Service (VNFaaS), Virtualization of the CPE (vE-CPE), Virtualization of the PE(vPE), Virtual Network Platform as a Service (VNPaaS), VNF Forwarding Graphs, Virtualization of Mobile Core Network and IMS, Virtualization of Mobile base station and Virtualization of CDNs (vCDN)
◾Define how SND and NFV can be integrated with each other
◾Discuss how NFV will impact LTE and IMS network functions, network design and operations

Course Content:

Service and Infrastructure Evolution
◾Ideas behind Network Transformation
◾The Changing Telecoms Industry Landscape
◾Network Virtualization Basics
◾Network Virtualization Defined
◾Network Virtualization Survey
◾Enablers for Network Functions Virtualization
◾Cloud Computing
◾Industry Standard High Volume Servers
◾What is Network functions virtualization (NFV)?
◾History of NFV
◾Why network virtualization (NV)?
◾Benefits and Value Proposition of NFV
◾What business problems it solves
◾How NV relates to software-defined networking (SDN)
◾NFV Application and Use Cases
◾NFV and Software Defined Networks (SDN)
◾Challenges for Network Functions Virtualization

Virtualization Concepts
◾Virtualization overview
◾What are logical and virtual networks
◾Decoupling from the underlying network hardware
◾Virtual environments
◾Virtualization technologies
◾Efficiencies and agility of software-based compute and storage resources
◾Decoupling of the control and forwarding planes
◾Concepts behind Hypervisor and Virtual machine
◾Network and storage virtualization
◾Loose coupling and Orchestration

NFV Use Cases
◾NFVIaaS, VNFaaS and VNPaaS
◾Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure as a Service (VNFaaS)
◾Virtual Network Function as a Service (VNFaaS)
◾Virtualization of the CPE (vE-CPE)
◾Virtualization of the PE(vPE)
◾Virtual Network Platform as a Service (VNPaaS)
◾VNF Forwarding Graphs
◾Virtualization of Mobile Core Network and IMS
◾Virtualization of Mobile base station
◾Virtualization of CDNs (vCDN)

Network functions virtualization (NFV) Architecture
◾Network Virtualization (NV) vs. Network functions virtualization (NFV)
◾Key attributes in evaluating solutions
◾NFV requirements
◾Different approaches to network virtualization
◾NFV architecture and building blocks
◾NFV standards foundation
◾NFV architectural framework
◾NFV challenges
◾VNF and VNF forwarding graphs
◾Compute virtualization
◾Storage virtualization
◾Network virtualization

Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Applied
◾Trends in cloud solutions
◾Capitalization of NFV
◾NFV’s software-driven approach
◾NFV to build dynamic, virtualized networks
◾NFV awareness: application and content
◾Virtualizing network applications
◾NFV applied to multimedia communication systems
◾NFV applied to mobile networks
◾NFV applied to content delivery networks
◾NFV Applied to LTE
◾NFV options for LTE
◾NFV Applied to IMS
◾SDN and OpenFlow
◾SDN and NFV

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