Network Automation in the Service Provider Cloud (NASPC)

Juniper Training
  • Duration: 3 days
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This three-day course is designed to provide students with the knowledge required to work with the Juniper Networks Cloud CPE software-defined networking (SDN) solutions. Students will gain in-depth knowledge of how to use Contrail Service Orchestrator (CSO), Contrail Cloud, and NFX Series devices to instantiate centralized, distributed, and SD-WAN deployments of Juniper Networks Cloud CPE solution. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience with features of each of these devices. This course is based on CSO Release 3.2.0.

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    After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
    • Describe the benefits of the NFX Series product.
    • Describe the hardware and software architecture of the NFX Series product.
    • Describe the default management networks of the NFX Network Services Platform.
    • Manually configure VNF service chaining on the NFX using both virtio and SR-IOV interfaces.
    • Describe the basic features of the CSO portals.
    • Navigate the Administrator Portal.
    • Navigate the Customer Portal.
    • Describe how to add a new tenant to CSO.
    • Describe how to verify the status of CSO.
    • Navigate the Designer Tools user interface.
    • Create a network service design using Network Service Designer.
    • Describe the various distributed Cloud CPE deployment models.
    • Describe the internal NFX topology created by stage 1 and 2 configuration.
    • Describe the workflow for the distributed deployment model.
    • Describe how to bypass the redirect server.
    • Describe the additional workflow steps for options 1 and 4
    . • Describe the Contrail SD-WAN deployment model.
    • Describe the internal NFX topology created by the SD-WAN stage 1 and 2 configuration.
    • Describe the workflow for the SD-WAN deployment model.
    • Describe how to implement intent based policies.
    • Instantiate an SD-WAN topology using CSO, NFX, and vSRX Series devices.
    • Describe how to monitor all aspects of the Cloud CPE operations using CSO.
    • Describe the overall topology of the centralized Cloud CPE (vCPE) model.
    • Describe the workflow for the centralized Cloud CPE deployment model.
    • Implement a centralized deployment using a combination of CSO and Contrail Cloud.

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  • Course Content 0/0

    Day 1
    Chapter 1: Course Introduction
    Chapter 2: Evolution of the Telco Cloud
    • SDN/NFV Overview
    • Today’s Telco Data Center
    • Juniper’s Cloud CPE Solution Overview
    Chapter 3: NFX Network Services Platform
    • NFX Overview
    • Hardware and Software Architecture
    • VNF Data Plane
    • Internal Management Networks
    • Initial Configuration and Management
    • Service Chaining Examples
    • Useful Commands
    • Lab 1: NFX Network Services Platform
    Chapter 4: Network Service Designer
    • Getting Started with Designer Tools
    • Network Service Designer
    • Lab 2: Network Service Designer
    Day 2
    Chapter 5: CSO User Interfaces
    • Basic Navigation
    • Administrator Portal Walkthrough
    • Customer Portal Walkthrough
    • Adding a Tenant
    • Other User Interfaces
    • Verifying the State of CSO
    • Lab 3: Accessing the CSO User Interfaces
    Chapter 6: Distributed Cloud CPE
    • Distributed Cloud CPE Deployment Models
    • Internal NFX Topology
    • Distributed Deployment Workflow
    • Bypassing Redirect Server
    • Deployment Options 1 and 4
    • Lab 4: Distributed Cloud CPE Deployment
    Day 3
    Chapter 7: Contrail SD-WAN
    • Contrail SD-WAN Deployment Model
    • Internal NFX Topology
    • SD-WAN Deployment Workflow
    • Intent-Based Policies
    • Lab 5: Contrail SD-WAN Deployment
    Chapter 8: Centralized Cloud CPE
    • Centralized Cloud CPE Overview
    • Centralized Cloud CPE Deployment Example
    • Lab 6: Centralized Cloud CPE

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