R2O-UON – Unboxing Open Networking
R2O-UON – Unboxing Open Networking, Introduction to Open Networking.
Welcome to R2O-UON – Unboxing Open Networking, an engaging and comprehensive course designed to introduce you to the fascinating world of Open Networking. This course is ideal for individuals interested in learning more about the open-source environment, including university students, network architects, engineers, security architects, and system engineers. With a focus on understanding the key organizations, hardware, software, and benefits associated with Open Networking, this course will provide you with a solid foundation for building your expertise in this rapidly evolving field.
Throughout the course, you will explore the roles and contributions of the three main organizations in the Open Networking landscape – the Open Compute Project (OCP), Open Networking Foundation (ONF), and Telecom Infra Project (TIP). You will also delve into the history of Open Networking, learning about its development and the driving forces behind its growth.
In addition, the course will cover essential concepts such as disaggregation, the differences between Bare Metal, White Box, and Brite Box hardware, and the evolution of Open Networking hardware. You will also examine the benefits of Open Networking and compare it to traditional networking approaches.
By the end of this course, you will have a thorough understanding of the key players in the Open Networking world and will be equipped to make informed decisions about the adoption and implementation of Open Networking technologies. With engaging lessons, interactive forums, and expert guidance from our experienced instructor, this course offers an unparalleled opportunity for you to immerse yourself in the cutting-edge world of Open Networking. Join us today and unlock the potential of Open Networking for your career and your organization.