Description

NIL received Cisco Powered validated Service for SD-WAN, which is part of Cisco's Cloud & Managed Service Provider partner program, for its expertise in Cisco SD-WAN technology. NIL has delivered worldwide in the last 1.5 years more than 165 3-day SD-WAN bootcamps, with 50% personal lab time.

In the NIL course Cisco Secure SD-WAN Bootcamp (SDWANB) the focus is on the fundamentals of the solution; it enables participants to deploy the solution in a lab, learn about the architecture and fundamental principles.
However, to actually design and operate a real-life SD-WAN network, more in-depth knowledge is required. WAN Edge devices are CSR1000v (cEdge) and vEdge Cloud virtual routers running IOS XE 17.3 / 20.3 release.
Based on that experience, NIL has now developed Cisco Secure SD-WAN Advanced Design and Operations (SDWANBDO) v. v.17.3 20.3, a high-end training, focused on the detailed design and operation of a real-life network, with 50% personal lab exercises.

The SDWANBDO course is part of Cisco Black Belt Academy Aligned Content. It belongs to the stage: Blackbelt SD-WAN deployment stage 3.

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Date: from 17.11.2020 to 19.11.2020
Language: English
Location: Online (CET, UTC+01:00)
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Date: from 1.12.2020 to 3.12.2020
Language: English
Location: Online (CET, UTC+01:00)
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Objectives

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
  • Designing of complex SD-WAN networks with real-life network topologies and scenarios.
  • Operating a SD-WAN network (“day 2”), including change management, monitoring and troubleshooting guides (including better understanding of Cisco SD-WAN policy engine) .
  • Integrating Amazon AWS with practical lab exercises, and understanding SaaS and IaaS in multi-cloud environments (Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud)
  • An introduction to multi-domain: Interfacing SD-WAN deployments with SDA and ACI architecture.

Outline

The course contains these components:
  • Part 1: Installing devices (quick review)
  • Part 2: Underlay (routing, NAT, templates, certificates, troubleshooting)
  • Part 3: Templates (operational best practices, and advanced features)
  • Part 4: Overlay: Design and troubleshooting (goal: “all desired tunnels up”)
    • Lab: Overlay
  • Part 5: Policies: Construction of an incremental, complex policy (goal: “policy design”).
    • Lab: Policies
  • Part 6: Security Policies
    • Lab: Security Policies
  • Part 7: Migration
  • Part 8: Operation, monitoring, logging, analytics, multidomain integration
    • Lab: Operations

Prerequisite Knowledge

The knowledge and skills that a learner should possess before attending this course are as follows:

Associated certifications