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About the Course 

Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is a transformative technology shaping modern network infrastructure. This course provides an in-depth understanding of NFV principles, architectures, implementation, and its role in revolutionizing telecommunications and network services.

  • Basic understanding of networking concepts
  • Familiarity with virtualization technologies is beneficial but not mandatory
Learning Objective:

By the end of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of NFV concepts, architectures, implementation methodologies, and their applications in modern networking environments. They’ll be equipped with the skills to design, deploy, and manage NFV-based network infrastructures effectively.

Course Content

Introduction to NFV: Understanding the basics, historical context, and the need for NFV in modern networks.

NFV Architectures: Exploring NFV architectural frameworks, components, and their interactions.

Virtualization Technologies: Studying virtualization techniques and technologies (e.g., hypervisors, containers) crucial for NFV implementation.

NFV Orchestration: Examining orchestration frameworks and tools for managing NFV resources efficiently.

NFV Infrastructure (NFVI): Understanding the infrastructure requirements and configurations necessary to support NFV deployments.

VNF Lifecycle Management: Addressing the lifecycle phases of Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs), including onboarding, scaling, and decommissioning.

NFV Security and Performance: Assessing security challenges and performance considerations specific to NFV environments.

NFV Use Cases and Applications: Exploring real-world applications and use cases of NFV across various industries.

NFV Standards and Interoperability: Analyzing standardization bodies and protocols enabling interoperability among NFV components.