This self-paced On-Demand eLearning course is designed to cover introductory best practices, theory, and design principles for overall network design. Key topics include fundamental network design concepts as well as basic design concepts of data centers, enterprise WAN, wireless LAN (WLAN), software-defined WAN (SD-WAN), security, network management, and network automation. Other key concepts included are Request for Proposal (RFP) and Request for Information (RFI) creation, Juniper product review, network migration strategies, IP fabric design, and business continuity. Watch a Sneak Peek

Purchase Includes: 365 Days of Access
Certification Track: Design
Difficulty Level: Foundational
Last Updated: Monday, April 8, 2024
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5m
1
Course Introduction
This module provides an introduction to the course.
11m
2
Network Design Fundamentals
This module describes the role of a network designer or architect, and lists the main steps in creating a network design.
15m
3
Juniper Routers and Switches
This module explains different types of Juniper routers and switches, and how to position them.
29m
4
Juniper Security and Wireless Solutions 
This module explains different types of Juniper security products and Juniper wireless products, and how to position them.
27m
5
Juniper SDN and Network Management Solutions
This module explains Juniper's SDN solution and Juniper's network management solutions, and how to position them.
31m
6
Understanding Customer Requirements
This module defines RFP requirements and evaluates the network design scope.

LAB: Understanding Customer Requirements
20m
7
Organizing the Data
This module describes ways of processing customer data and requests, identifies boundaries and scope for the design proposal, and lists some considerations when creating a design proposal.
22m
8
Securing the Network
This module explains network security basics, reviews Juniper Networks security appliances, illustrates the concept of WAN security, describes the cloud-centered approach to securing the enterprise, and explains Juniper Networks Secure Access Service Edge.
24m
9
Campus Design
This module lists campus network components, describes campus best practices and considerations, and describes campus architectural design options.

LAB: Basic Campus Design
40m
10
Campus WAN Design
This module explains campus WAN components, describes campus WAN best practices and considerations, and describes campus WAN design options.

LAB: Campus WAN Design
29m
11
SD-WAN Design
This module describes the SD-WAN approach, explains how SD-WAN and intersite connectivity works, and reviews the intent model and deployment of SD-WAN.

LAB: Creating the Design - SD-WAN
32m
12
Basic Data Center Design
This module lists data center components, describes data center best practices and considerations, and describes data center architectural design options.

LAB: Creating the Design - Data Center
32m
13
Designing Network Automation
This module provides an overview of automation and network automation design.

LAB: Designing Network Automation
46m
14
Wireless LAN Design - Define
This module explains how to determine the business requirements of wireless LAN design, defines how to gather the technical requirements, and describes how to determine the RF requirements.
33m
15
Wireless LAN Design - Design, Deploy, and Diagnose
This module explains the design phase, the deploy phase, and the diagnose phase of wireless LAN design.

LAB: Creating the Design - WLAN
20m
16
Putting the Design into Practice
This module reviews the foundational topics of this course, and create a network design proposal that satisfies customer requirements and business needs.

LAB: Putting the Network Design into Practice
9m
17
Network Migration Strategies
This self-study module provides an overview of the necessary steps to migrate a network, explains network migration approaches, and describes example scenarios used in network migration.
17m
18
Sample RFT (PDF Download)
This PDF module is an example of a Juniper Networks RFP response.
10m
19
Designing IP Fabrics
This self-study module explains IP fabric design options, describes routing in an IP fabric, and explains how to scale an IP fabric.
27m
20
Business Continuity and Network Enhancements
This self-study module defines business continuity and its importance in a network, describes high availability design considerations and best practices, and provides an overview of high-availability offerings and solutions.
20m
21
Network Management
This self-study module provides a management network design.
26m
22
Lab Guide (PDF Download)
This PDF module Lab Guide provides the associated labs for this course.
4h
23
Lab Guide Answer Key (PDF Download)
This Lab Guide Answer Key (PDF) provides answers to the associate labs for this course.
4h
$3,000 USD