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4 Hours of Video Instruction
Network Disaggregation Fundamentals LiveLessons aims to provide the foundational knowledge required for those interested in understanding the realm of disaggregated networking. The content here will benefit technical leaders and engineers alike in mapping out and understanding the drivers towards, capabilities of, and tradeoffs involved in the field of disaggregated networking.
Disaggregation experts Russ White and Dinesh Dutt explain the history of disaggregation, including the reasons large-scale providers worked towards disaggregated solutions, and realistic business drivers. Viewers will also learn what the components of a disaggregated solution are, how they fit together, and some sources for these parts. Finally, the skill set required to run a disaggregated network will be considered, as well as the future of disaggregation.
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Lesson 1: The Winter of Our Discontent
1.1: Changing Applications
1.2: Requirements of New Networks
Lesson 2: Rebel Topology: Spine and Leaf
2.1: Spine and Leaf Part 1
2.2: Spine and Leaf Part 2
Lesson 3: Star Fighters vs. Death Star
3.1: Lego Building Blocks
Lesson 4: Making Rebellion Possible
4.1: The Rise of ODMs
4.2: Disaggregation Business Drivers
4.4: Standards and Foundations
4.5: Open Source Routing Suites
Lesson 5: Rebel Command
5.1: NOS Models
5.2: NOS Model Details
5.3: Centralization Challenges
5.4: Southbound Interfaces
Lesson 6: Rebel Citizens
6.1: Changes in the Shape of Knowledge
6.2: The Resulting Skill Shift
Lesson 7: Peering into Wormholes (the Future)
7.1: Disaggregation Future with Dinesh Dutt
7.2: Disaggregation Future with Russ White