Cisco SD-WAN Service Provider Operations (SDWSPO)

Cisco SD-WAN Service Provider Operations (SDWSPO) Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the 5 days Cisco SD-WAN Service Provider Operations (SDWSPO) training and certification course from Koenig solutions accredited by Cisco.

Cisco SD-WAN Service Provider Operations v1.0 is a 5-day course which explores Cisco SD-WAN from the unique perspective of Service Provider Operations using advanced networking platforms like the ENCS, to support NFV for rapid scalable deployment operations with express focus on automation and orchestration utilities like MSX and NSO. This course progresses from Day 0 Deployment operations like the creation of templates, deployment of central and local policies and then progresses into the world of rapid deployment at scale using the SDWAN API inside Multi-Tenant environments unique to Multi-Service Providers (MSP).

 

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Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Managed Services Accelerator (MSX)
  • MSX Overview
  • MSX Benefits
  • MSX Features
  • Service Creation Platform
  • Pre-Built Service Packs
  • OSS/BSS Integration
  • Automated Orchestration
  • Cloud-Native Architecture
  • Support for Physical and Virtual devices
  • Third party Support
  • Virtual Networking Function (VNF) Support
  • Simple, Customizable User Interface
  • Zero Touch Provisioning
  • Service Monitoring and Telemetry
  • Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Deployment Alternatives
Module 2: Tenants, Users, Roles, Settings and Permissions
  • Creating and Managing Tenants
  • User and Roles
Module 3: Service Catalog
  • Service Catalog Overview
  • Creating New Services from Scratch
  • Using Pre-Built Services (Service Packs)
Module 4: Programmability and Orchestration
  • Introduction to Cisco NSO
  • ECNS and NFVIS
Module 5: Cisco ENCS 5400 Networking
  • Introduction to ENCS Architecture
  • Cisco ENCS 5400 Internal Networking
  • Cisco ENCS Networks and Bridges
Module 6: Deploying VNFs on the Cisco ENCS
  • Understanding the VNF Lifecycle on the ENCS
  • Virtual Network Function Requirements
  • Creating NFVIS VM Packages
  • Perform VM image registration and deployment
  • Create custom flavors—a flavor is the customized profile of the VM image
  • Deploying Cisco and 3rd Party VNFs
Module 7: Deploying the Cisco ENCS using an Orchestrator
  • Deep Dive into the Cisco ISRv – Preinstalled on the Cisco ENCS
  • Overview of the Cisco DNA-Center and Cisco NSO
  • Overview of the Cisco SD-WAN solution
  • Deploying the Cisco ENCS using the Plug and Play – Zero Touch Provisioning
Module 8: Deploying the Cisco SD-Branch Solution on the ENCS 5400
  • Deploying and managing the ENCS from the Cisco DNA-Center
  • Deploying and managing the ENCS from the Cisco NSO
  • Deploying the Cisco SD-WAN Cloud Router on the Cisco ENCS using the Cisco NSO
  • Configuring the networking for the SD-WAN Cloud Router using the Cisco NSO
Module 9: SD-Branch/vBranch Templates
  • SD-Branch Templates Overview
  • Cisco NSO as Base for Cisco MSX Templates
  • Understanding Branch Infra and Interfaces in NFVIS
  • Templates Development Environment
  • Using TDE to Create Cisco MSX Templates
  • SD-Branch/vBranch Workflow
Module 10: Managed Device Templates
  • Managed Device Templates Overview
  • Creating Base XML File from Cisco NSO
  • Using XML File to Create Cisco MSX Template
  • Managed Device Workflow
  • Testing Cisco MSX Managed Device Template
Module 11: SDWAN Cloud onramp
  • Software as a service (SaaS)
  • Infrastructure as a Server (IaaS)
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.