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Juniper Networks Design Fundamentals

  • Course Code JNDF
  • Duration 3 days
  • Version 15.b

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£1,600.00

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

  • Company Event

    Event at company

  • Public Classroom

    Traditional Classroom Learning

  • Virtual Learning

    Learning that is virtual

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Course Overview

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This three-day course is designed to cover best practices, theory, and design principles for overall network design and will serve as the prerequisite course for other design subject areas — data center, security, and WAN.

Course Schedule

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    • Delivery Format: Public Classroom
    • Date: 07-09 May, 2018
    • Location: Wokingham

    £1,600.00

    • Delivery Format: Virtual Learning
    • Date: 07-09 May, 2018
    • Location: Virtual

    £1,600.00

    • Delivery Format: Public Classroom
    • Date: 10-12 September, 2018
    • Location: Wokingham

    £1,600.00

    • Delivery Format: Virtual Learning
    • Date: 10-12 September, 2018
    • Location: Virtual

    £1,600.00

Target Audience

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This course is targeted for Juniper Networks system engineers, partner sales engineers (including Champions), and services partners. However, the course is also applicable to a general audience of Juniper customers with a desire to learn more about network design.

Course Objectives

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After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Provide an overview of network design needs and common business requirements.
  • Describe key product groups related to campus, WAN, data center, and security architectures.
  • Analyze and interpret common RFP requirements.
  • Scope a network design by gathering data and working with key stakeholders.
  • Describe ways of processing customer data and design requests.
  • Identify boundaries and scope for the design proposal.
  • List some considerations when creating a design proposal.
  • Provide an overview of network security design principles and common vulnerabilities.
  • List high-level design considerations and best practices for securing the network.
  • List the components of the campus network design.
  • Describe best practices and design considerations for the campus.
  • Describe architectural design options for the campus.
  • List the components of the WAN.
  • Describe best practices and design considerations for the WAN.
  • Describe design options for the WAN.
  • List the components of the data center design.
  • Describe best practices and design considerations for the data center.
  • Describe architectural design options for the data center.
  • Define business continuity and its importance in a network design.
  • Describe high availability design considerations and best practices.
  • Provide an overview of high availability offerings and solutions.
  • Describe Class of Service design considerations.
  • Provide an overview of environmental considerations in network design.
  • List design considerations and best practices for managing the network.
  • Provide an overview of Juniper Networks and third party options for network management.
  • List design considerations and best practices for network automation.
  • Provide an overview of automation tools.
  • Explain the foundational topics that have been taught throughout the course.
  • Create a network design proposal that satisfies customer requirements and business needs.
  • Provide an overview of the steps involved in migrating a network.
  • Describe best practices used in network migration.
  • List the various campus network topographies.
  • Describe sample design options for the campus.

Course Content

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Chapter 1: Course Introduction

Chapter 2: Network Design Fundamentals

  • A Need for Design
  • Knowledge is King
  • A Proposed Design Methodology
  • A Reference Network

Chapter 3: Understanding Customer Requirements

  • RFP Requirements
  • Scoping the Design Project
  • Analyzing the Data
  • Lab: Understanding Customer Requirements

Chapter 4: Organizing the Data   

  • Processing the Data and Requests
  • Understanding Boundaries and Scope
  • Design Proposal Considerations

Chapter 5: Securing the Network

  • Why Secure the Network?
  • Security Design Considerations

Chapter 6: Creating the Design—Campus

  • The Campus Network: An Overview
  • Best Practices and Considerations
  • Architectural Design Options
  • Lab: Creating the Design—Campus

Chapter 7: Creating the Design—Wide Area Networks

  • The WAN: An Overview
  • Best Practices and Considerations
  • WAN Design Examples
  • Lab: Creating the Design—WAN

Chapter 8:       Creating the Design—Data Center

  • The Data Center: An Overview
  • Best Practices and Considerations
  • Data Center Design Examples
  • Lab: Creating the Design—Data Center

Chapter 9: Business Continuity and Network Enhancements

  • Business Continuity Planning
  • High Availability Design Considerations and Best Practices
  • Offerings and Solutions
  • CoS and Traffic Engineering Considerations
  • Environmental Design

Chapter 10: Network Management

  • Designing for Network Management

Chapter 11: Automation

  • Designing for Network Automation
  • Lab: Enhancing the Design

Chapter 12:     Putting Network Design into Practice

  • Network Design Recap
  • Responding to the RFP
  • Final Lab Introduction
  • Lab: Putting Network Design into Practice

Appendix A:   Network Migration Strategies

  • Migration Overview
  • Migration Approaches
  • Migration Examples

Appendix B:   Sample Campus Designs

  • Campus Topology Examples

Appendix C: Sample Response to RFP

  • Example of an Actual Juniper Networks RFP Response


 

Course Prerequisites

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The following are the prerequisites for this course:

  • Knowledge of routing and switching architectures and protocols.
  • Knowledge of Juniper Networks products and solutions.
  • Understanding of infrastructure security principles.
  • Basic knowledge of hypervisors and load balancers.

 

Test Certification

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  • This course is recommended training for the Juniper Networks Certified Design Associate (JNCDA) exam