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OpenDaylight Fundamentals

OpenDaylight fundaments is designed to address decision makers of a Software Defined Networking strategy. This 1-day training goes over current trends, projects and use cases available in the OpenDaylight ecosystem. It also goes into an in-depth comparative analysis between OpenDaylight and alternatives. After following this fundamentals class decision makers will be in a position to understand OpenDaylight’s architecture, use cases and how the SDN strategy can benefit by leveraging this Open Source project.

  • Describe the architecture of OpenDaylight
  • Identify suitable use-cases for OpenDaylight
  • Understand OpenDaylight’s market positioning
  • Estimate the return on investment
  • Evaluate the options for getting involved
  • Decision makers
  • Executive managers
  • Basic management skills
  • Understanding of networking concepts

ODL Fundamentals:

  • Introuction
  • SDN Evolution
    • Different SDN definitions that have evolved over time.
    • Different SDN device types
    • Different SDN application types
    • SDN Controller Evolution
      • Early Open Source Controllers
      • OpenDaylight
  • ODL Features and Architecture
    • ODL Architectural Overview
    • ODL Southbound Protocols
    • Model-Driven Service Abstraction Layer (MD-SAL)
    • ODL Projects
  • ODL Protocol Details
    • NETCONF / YANG
    • BGP-LS / PCE-P
    • OpenFlow
  • ODL Application Development
    • External REST Application Development
    • Internal MD-SAL Application Development
  • ODL Demonstrations
    • Installation and Execution
    • Examining Log Entries
    • ETopology View
    • YANG UI
    • APIdoc/Explorer for REST APIs
    • Postman for REST APIs
  • ODL Labs
    • Installing ODL
    • Installing ODL features
    • Running ODL
    • Examining relevant ODL Log Entries
    • GUI: Using OpenFlow and Mininet to view the ODL Topology
    • GUI: Examining ODL using YANG UI
    • Application: Using APIdoc/Explorer
    • Application: Using Postman