7 hours (usually 1 day including breaks)
- Knowledge in basic networking concepts
NetNORAD is a system built by Facebook to troubleshoot network problems via end-to-end probing, independent of device polling.
In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how NetNORAD and active path testing can help them improve their network troubleshooting methods.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Understand how NetNORAD works
- Learn the design principles behind NetNORAD
- Use open-source NetNORAD tools with their own code to implement a fault detection system
- Network engineers
- System engineers
Format of the course
- Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice
Overview of Network Troubleshooting Methods
Overview of NetNORAD
Understanding the Goals of NetNORAD
Understanding Facebook's Network Hierarchy
Understanding Facebook's Proximity Tagging Method
Overview of NetNORAD's Main Components
Measuring Packet Loss Ratio and Network Latency with NetNORAD
Understanding the Method of Deploying the NetNORAD System
Understanding the Method of Data Processing with NetNORAD
Understanding the Process of Fault Isolation with NetNORAD
Working with Open-Source NetNORAD Components to Build Your Fault Detection System
- Using the Pinger and Responder
- Using the fbtracert Utility
Examining the Key Design Decisions Behind NetNORAD
Understanding the Advantages of Active Path Testing
Implementing Active Path Testing in Your Organization
Summary and Conclusion
I generally was benefit from the whole training.
I like the logic of training.
I like TCP/IP.
周 涛 - 博世汽车苏州
reaffirm my knowledge and learn many new things
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