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ONAP Fundamentals (LFS263)

Learn about the fundamentals of the ONAP project and how it can help transform the management and orchestration of your NFV and SDN services from fixed-function, proprietary devices to flexible, software-driven environments. This course also prepares you for the Certified ONAP Professional exam.

Who Is It For

This course is most relevant for technical teams at service providers and enterprises who develop, deploy, and scale their networks and next-generation services, especially in light of the growth in 5G and edge computing.
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What You’ll Learn

This course provides conceptual and hands-on skills around ONAP, including the basics of Network Function Virtualization (NFV); an overview of ONAP architecture, subprojects, and use case blueprints; ONAP modeling overview; interfacing with ONAP; network service design, orchestration, and lifecycle management; the ONAP Policy framework; closed control loop automation; and troubleshooting.
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What It Prepares You For

Topics covered in this course directly align with the knowledge domains tested by the Certified ONAP Professional exam (available late 2020) and will substantially increase students’ ability to become certified.
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Course Outline
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. NFV and ONAP Basics
Chapter 3. ONAP Scope and Key Concepts
Chapter 4. ONAP Architecture
Chapter 5. Basic Modeling Overview
Chapter 6. ONAP Subprojects
Chapter 7. Network Service Design
Chapter 8. Interfacing with ONAP
Chapter 9. ONAP Blueprints and Getting Involved
Chapter 10. Network Service Orchestration and Life Cycle Management
Chapter 11. ONAP Policy Framework
Chapter 12. Control Loop Automation
Chapter 13. Troubleshooting in ONAP
Chapter 14. Course Completion

Learning Path
This is a general course that targets designers, architects, and operators at Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and IT architects and administrators at enterprises. The course is also relevant for technologists at technology vendors.

  • This course requires a basic understanding of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN).
  • It also requires a basic knowledge of Linux equivalent to that obtained from the Introduction to Linux (LFS101x) course, which the Linux Foundation makes available on edX.