This self-paced course is designed to provide students with the foundational knowledge required to work with basic cloud components in a Juniper environment. The course summarizes cloud concepts, virtual networks, and cloud management. Key topics include fundamental cloud concepts, Linux virtualization, network virtualization, software-defined networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), and an introduction to OpenStack, and Kubernetes. This course is based on Junos OS release 22.4.


Purchase Includes: 6 Months of Access
Certification Track: Cloud
Difficulty Level: Foundational
Last Updated: Friday, January 12, 2024
Subscription Details
  • 6 months of access to the online course materials from date of registration.
  • Virtual Labs are not included.
  • On-Demand courses do not include an eBook.
  • Opportunity to earn a discounted certification exam voucher.
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Getting Started with Cloud (eLearning)

This self-paced on-demand course is designed to help students understand basic cloud computing concepts, technologies and use cases. This course provides a high-level overview of cloud concepts including cloud infrastructure, virtualization, hypervisors, containers, cloud networking, Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) cloud storage, cloud security, automation, and orchestration, This course is appropriate for students interested in starting their journey towards the cloud.

1 Day
1
Module 01: Course Introduction
This module is an introduction to the course and explains the topics covered in the course.
2m
2
Module 02: Fundamental Cloud Concepts

Identify key cloud concepts. Describe components of cloud architecture. Identify Juniper solutions for cloud infrastructure.

50m
3
Module 03: Linux Virtualization

Overview of the Linux architecture. Describe the concept of Linux virtualization.

1h 9m
4
Module 04: Linux Namespaces

Overview of the Linux containment features. Describe the concept of network namespaces. Describe the concept of Linux bridging.

48m
5
Module 05: Containerization

Describe containerization using Docker. Describe Docker networking.

1h 58m
6
Module 06: Network Virtualization

Describe concepts of virtual networks. Describe how to extend virtual network.

56m
7
Module 07: Network Functions Virtualization and Software-Defined Networking

Describe the concepts of Software-defined networking (SDN). Describe the concepts of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).

27m
8
Module 08: Introduction to OpenStack

Describe the OpenStack fundamentals. Describe OpenStack UI.

45m
9
Module 09: OpenStack Configuration

Identify the OpenStack interfaces. Describe the OpenStack orchestration concepts. Describe how to create instances in OpenStack.

50m
10
Module 10: OpenStack Networking

Describe OpenStack networks and security groups. Describe OpenStack routing. Describe the concept of Floating IP addresses and load balancing.

51m
11
Module 11: Introduction to Kubernetes

Overview of Kubernetes fundamentals.

1h 20m
12
Module 12: Kubernetes Networking

Describe how to provision a Kubernetes cluster. Describe Kubernetes networking.

57m
15
Cloud, Associate (JNCIA-Cloud) Voucher Assessment Test
You will have three total attempts to pass the voucher assessment test. If you score 70% or higher you will receive a Pearson Vue discount voucher code for the actual written certification exam. The voucher code will be emailed to you upon successful completion. You may also find the voucher code under your Training History. There are no exceptions to the number of attempts. The voucher code is only valid for a maximum of 30 days. You must schedule and complete your exam within the 30-day window. Voucher extensions or replacements will not be provided.
1h 20m
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