ONAP (Open Networking Automation Platform) is an open source platform for orchestrating and automating physical and virtual network elements. ONAP originated from OpenECOMP and Open-Orchestrator (Open-O) and is managed by The Linux Foundation.
In this instructor-led, live training (online or onsite), participants will learn how to use ONAP to automate networking services.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
Format of the Course
Course Customization Options
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
The course build up the whole picture and helped me understand in depth how to deal with everyday tasks I perform with Tenable Census Manager.
I generally was benefit from the whole training.
Exercises were good, trainer had a good pace and good knowledge
very engaging trainer context related excercises managed well to integrated different start/knowledge levels
Total Courses 4