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  • Course Length:
  • 3 Days Instructor Led

Competitive advantages of business agility drives the need for responsive and flexible IT infrastructure; which can be slow and expensive. The lead time to procure, install, configure, and commission new HW can take weeks. Containerization brings speed, agility, scalability, and availability with lower CapEx and OpEx. This hands-on workshop is conducted in a Production Communication Service Provider context and the Containers plays in NFV and SDN networks. Hands-on operational exercises are provided with detailed explanations of Kubernetes component implementation, along with basic troubleshooting. Participants become Tenants and create multi-tiered network topologies and web service applications, enabling the participant to more adeptly deploy and support Containerized applications in a Kubernetes environment.

Required Equipment
■ Computer with admin privileges

A hands-on in-depth technical training to personnel involved in design, engineering, and operations and monitoring telecom networks.

After completing this course, the student will be able to:
■ Describe Container Orchestration
■ Identify applications of Kubernetes in NFV
■ Describe Kubernetes physical architectures
■ Provision, manage and monitor Kubernetes resources
■ Create simple virtual network
■ Explore Kubernetes Services
■ Contrast the benefits of Networking Options
■ Deploy and Update Pods using Repos

1. Prologue
1.1 Cloud computing
1.2 Role of Containers in NFV and SDN
1.3 Kubernetes services highlights
Exercise: Kubernetes Lab Setup

2. Container Cloud Infrastructure
2.1 Kubernetes components and architecture
2.2 Kubernetes physical hosts and networks
2.3 Tenant segregation techniques
Exercise: Kubernetes Dashboard

3. Deployment of Pods
3.1 Kubernetes capabilities and components
3.2 Pod Deployment & provisioning trace
3.3 Scheduler and filter algorithms
Exercise: Pod Deployment

4. Networking Services
4.1 Networking capabilities and components
4.2 Network use cases
4.3 Under-the-hood implementation
4.4 Network frame trace
Exercise: Network Services

5. Using Repos
5.1 Repos capabilities and concepts
5.2 Repos services
5.3 Kubernetes and DevOps
Exercise: Using Repos

6. Kubernetes Services
6.1 Kubernetes Services
6.2 Using Kubernetes Services
Exercise: Deploy Kubernetes Services