Course Outline

Introduction

Setting Up and Configuring Open Network Automation Platform

  • System requirements for installing ONAP
  • Installing ONAP in specific environments
  • Working with ONAP Operations Managers (OOM)

Overview of ONAP Features and Architecture

  • Getting started with ONAP implementations for telecommunication
  • Familiarizing with ONAP ecosystem and concepts
  • SDN v.s. NFV for telecommunication service providers

Collaborating in ONAP with Major Frameworks and Elements

  • Utilizing a design-time framework for dynamic services
  • Implementing a run-time framework for service DevOps

Overview of Closed Loop Control Automation in ONAP

  • Working with ONAP shared services

Modeling Approaches for ONAP Components

Interfacing with ONAP 5G and Implementing Blueprint Initiatives

Designing and Building Telecommunication Services with ONAP

  • What is the TOSCA approach?

Planning VNFs and Creating Service Resources in ONAP

  • Distributing services and performing core subtasks

Deploying and Orchestrating Services and Operations using ONAP

  • Defining VNFS and delegating telecom orchestration steps

Choosing the Right Cloud Region and Instantiating VNFs in ONAP

  • Calling cloud APIs for the deployment of VNFs

Designing and Deploying Closed Loop Designs for Telecom Operations

Testing End-to-End Functionalities and Demonstrating Use Cases

Manipulating and Evaluating Events Data Using ONAP

Managing Telecom Network Services Life Cycles

Integrating ONAP with OPNFV

Troubleshooting Telecommunication Networks in ONAP

Summary and Conclusion

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of network functions virtualization (NFV)
  • Experience with Linux distributions and command line
  • Elementary knowledge of Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Basic IT skills and comprehension of cloud computing concepts

Audience

  • Telecommunication Engineers
  • Developers
  • IT Engineers
 21 Hours

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