JCF
Juniper Cloud Fundamentals


  • Duration: 3 days
  • Price: $2,400.00
  • Certifications: JNCIA-Cloud
  • Exams: JN0-210
Course Overviewremove_circle_outline

The three-day Juniper Cloud Fundamentals course focuses on cloud enabled networks, cloud service deployment concepts, and virtualized network platforms such as vSRX and vMX. This course will provide a high level overview and understanding of the following concepts: cloud network underlays, overlays, cloud design, cloud implementation methods, cloud services, and how Juniper Networks virtualized platforms can be used in those environments.

Target Audienceadd_circle_outline

This course benefits individuals responsible for configuring and monitoring devices running the Junos OS in a cloud environment.

Course Objectivesadd_circle_outline
  • Student will be able to describe network overlay and underlay concepts
  • Student will be able to describe private, public, and hybrid cloud architecture and implementation
  • Student will be able to describe the implementation of services in a cloud networking environment
  • Student will be able to describe the implementation and functions of the Juniper vSRX platform
  • Student will be able to describe the implementation and functions of the Juniper vMX platform
  • Student will be able to describe the implementation and functions of the Juniper NFX platform
  • Student will be able to describe the role of Juniper Networks virtualized platforms in public cloud offerings (AWS/Azure)
  • Student will be able to describe the functionality and use of Juniper
  • Explain the need for SDN
  • Explain the main SDN concepts
  • Describe common types of SDN
  • Explain why the NFV architecture was created
  • Describe the main NFV components
  • Give examples of Virtualized Network Functions
  • Describe how orchestration and automation tools enable cloud networking
  • Explain the differences between SDN and Automation and Orchestration
  • Describe the functions and roles of cloud networking components
  • Describe the need for monitoring cloud services and performance
  • Describe how AppFormix provides visibility into cloud services and enables smart networks
  • Describe SDN WAN concepts
  • The role, functions, and features of the NorthStar controller
  • Describe the role, functions, and features of WANDL/MPLS View
  • Describe the role and functions of the NFX platform as a vCPE
  • Describe the role and functions of CSO in an SD-WAN environment
  • Describe Software Defined Secure Network concepts
  • Identify security risks in an SDN environment
  • Describe methods to secure an SDN environment
Course Outlineadd_circle_outline

Day 1

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Cloud Components.

  • Cloud Definition
  • Cloud Architectures
  • XaaS

Chapter 3: Implementing cloud networks using Juniper Networks Virtualized Platforms.

  • Juniper vSRX Platform
  • Juniper vMX Platform
  • Juniper NFX Platform
  • Juniper virtual platforms in public cloud architecture
  • Lab 1: Deploying virtual Junos devices.

Chapter 4: Introduction to SDN Fundamentals.

  • The need for SDN
  • SDN Explained
  • OpenFlow based SDN
  • SDN as an Overlay
  • SDN via API
  • Applications of SDN

Day 2

Chapter 5: Implementation of Network Function Virtualization.

  • Introduction to NFV
  • NFV Architecture
  • TBD
  • Example of VNFs
  • Lab 2: Performing VNF deployment in a cloud environment.

Chapter 6: Implementation of Orchestration and Automation.

  • Managing a cloud infrastructure - Orchestration and Virtualization
  • Openstack for Orchestration
  • NSX for SDN
  • Contrail/OpenContrail SDN Controller

Chapter 7: Smart Networks using AppFormix

  • The need for cloud services monitoring
  • AppFormix for cloud service monitoring and optimization
  • Lab 3: Performing cloud analysis and monitoring with AppFormix.

Day 3

Chapter 8: Implementation of SDN WAN solutions.

  • SDN WAN overview
  • SDN WAN components - NorthStar
  • SDN WAN components - WANDL/MPLS VIEW
  • Lab 4: Performing traffic modeling with WANDL/MPLS View. Traffic modeling with WANDL/MPLS View.

Chapter 9: Cloud CPE Solution. This chapter covers the NFX platform as a vCPE.

  • Virtual CPE overview
  • Hybrid WAN Models
  • NFX as a vCPE
  • Contrail CSO for managing vCPEs in an SD-WAN environment
  • Lab 5: Performing vCPE Deployment using CSO.

Chapter 10: Cloud Security.

  • Legacy Network Security
  • Cloud Security Concepts
  • SDSN Concepts
  • SDSN Components - Policy Enforcer, Security Director, SkyATP
Prerequisitesadd_circle_outline

Students must have the following prerequisites:

  • Knowledge of network fundamentals
  • IP addressing
  • Data Center and Virtualization technologies

Highly Recommended:

  • Introduction to the Junos OS (IJOS) or JNCIA-Plus
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