Software Defined Networks (SDN) is a solution where the network intelligence (control plane operations) are pushed to a centralized controller. This SDN controller can send instructions to the switches in a Data Center network for how traffic should be forwarded.
In this course, we will teach you how to setup a Data Center CLOS topology with an SDN controller and physical switches that support OpenFlow. We will also teach you network programmability using REST API and Python for installing flows onto the switches to influence how traffic is forwarded within our DC CLOS topology. This will be one of the many things we will teach you in this course. We will be doing network configuration, but most of all teaching you how to do network programmability using REST API and Python to advance your skills as a network engineer.
Format: Video [ ~11.5 hours / 691 minutes ]
Includes: Video, Network Diagram, Presentation, Python Scripts, Configuration, and Other Supporting Files
It is recommended to have working knowledge and/or understanding for Basic Networking and Python Programming for best results to follow along in this course