University of Belgrade, Faculty of organizational sciences

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Course Software-defined networking and Cloud computing 2015

Course content:

  1. Network virtualization. Open vSwitch

    Content: Basic virtualization concepts. Software-defined networking architecture. Virtual machines and services. Network virtualization. Virtual network devices. Open vSwitch. Open vSwitch configuration.

  2. Software-defined networking. Open Daylight

    Content: Software-defined networking. Software-defined networking architecture. OpenFlow protocol. Software-defined networking controllers. Open Daylight configuration. Designing software-defined networking. Mininet.

  3. Cloud computing

    Content: Cloud computing. Cloud types. Cloud computing infrastructure. Infrastructure, platform and software as a service. Designing cloud infrastructure. Managing cloud computing infrastructure.

  4. Open Stack

    Content: Open Stack configuration. Managing virtual machines and services in OpenStack environment. OpenStack and Daylight integration. Neutron. Designing and realization of company’s computer network using OpenStack, Open Daylight and Neutron. Monitoring network performances.

Course is free of charge for all participants. Theoretical and practical lessons will be organized in cabinet 304 at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences All the participants are obliged to take a project related to the areas within the course.

Each participant who attends the classes and successfully completes the final project receives a certificate in the end of the course. . For students or future students of Faculty of Organizational Sciences, the part of pre-exam obligations on one of the Elab subjects (depends on level of study) will be considered as completed, based on received certificate:

  • Cloud infrastructure and services – master studies;
  • Advanced cloud infrastructure and services – PhD studies;
  • Computer network services in business operations – PhD studies;