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  • 0.5 day Instructor Led

Orchestration is a requirement to achieve virtualized network automation. The drive towards an automated and virtualized network requires a paradigm shift in the way services are deployed. On demand services can be accomplished by the use of end-to-end orchestration which involves service orchestration, resource orchestration, and network orchestration. In addition, service fulfillment, service assurance, and service billing play a key role in making the automation a system wide end-to-end orchestration. We will present some use cases and scenarios of applying orchestration in a network that has Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Software Defined Networking (SDN), and OpenStack technologies.

This course is designed for professionals in the industry who need to develop a high-level understanding of Orchestration.

After completing this course, the student will be able to:
• Sketch the end-to-end orchestration framework
• Differentiate among the main components of end-to-end orchestration
• Answer the questions of what is orchestration and why orchestration
• Differentiate between the components for resource, service and network orchestration
• Walk-through orchestration use cases
• List the different benefits of orchestration
• Explain how service fulfillment, service assurance and service billing fit in with end-to-end orchestration.
• Sketch end-to-end orchestration in a network with Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), (SDN), and OpenStack technologies

1. Introduction to Orchestration
1.1. What is orchestration?
1.2. Orchestration advantages
1.3. Orchestration framework
2. Service Orchestration
2.1. Definition of service orchestration
2.2. Service orchestration components
2.3. Process of service Orchestration
2.4. Service Orchestration use case
3. Resource Orchestration
3.1. Definition of resource orchestration
3.2. Resource orchestration components
3.3. Process of resources orchestration
3.4. Resource orchestration use case
4. Network Orchestration
4.1. Definition of network orchestration
4.2. Network orchestration components
4.3. Process of network orchestration
4.4. Network orchestration use case
5. Putting it-all-together
5.1. NFV, SDN, and OpenStack come together for service orchestration


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