Lessons

  • Overview
  • Lesson 1: Defining Software-Defined Networking [3:12]
  • Knowledge Check: What is SDN? [1:00]
  • Lesson 2: The Benefits of SDN [3:27]
  • Lesson 3: SDN in Action [2:45]
  • Lesson 4: Why SDN is Important to Government [3:20]
  • Lesson 5: When is SDN Right for You? [4:22]
  • Interactive: Are You Ready for SDN? [2:00]
  • Lesson 6: How to Migrate to SDN [3:10]
  • Post-Course Survey

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Government is constantly delivering new, innovative services to a growing and diverse citizen base. But as these new services are created, many of the traditional and legacy networks powering government are failing to keep up. That’s a big problem that government is trying to solve in order to keep up with rising citizen expectations and demands.

One solution many organizations are turning to is software-defined networking, which can create multiple virtual networks from one physical network.

 

By taking this course, you will be enrolled in six different lessons exploring software-defined networking. We’ll discuss what they are, how they work, and – most importantly – why they matter. We will also examine when SDN might be right for your organization. And finally we will guide you through a series of questions to help you make that decision.

To help us understand the intricacies of this innovative technology, we’ll hear from two industry experts: Scott Sneddon, Senior Director for SDN and Cloud at Juniper Networks and Scott Ormiston, Director of Solutions Architecture at Affigent.

For even more information on software-defined networking, check out these additional resources:

Thank you to Juniper Networks and Affigent for this public sector resource.

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