Tallac provides customized SDN training delivered by industry experts with real-world experience. With a broad range of learning modules, in-person and online delivery options and formats from 1-hour webinars to 5-day lab-intensive classes, let us build a learning experience that meets your company’s exact needs.

SDN Training Schedule

OpenDaylight for Developers

September 2016
Location: Beijing, China
Private Training

OpenDaylight for Developers

November 2016
Location: London UK
Private Training

OpenDaylight for Developers

January 2017
Location: Palo-Alto, US
Private Training

Cisco OpenDaylight Introduction

August 2016
Location: New York,  US
Private Training

Training Packages

SDN Essentials for Everyone

To provide the SDN training you need, we partnered with technology leaders to create a strong and customizable curriculum.
Build your skills and enhance your career by learning how to plan, design, and manage key components of your information lifecycle with our comprehensive courses.
Onsite or Webinar
Module A

1. Why SDN/OpenFlow: What is the rationale behind the whole initiative?

2. What is SDN/OpenFlow: What are the components, protocols, and how do they work together?

3. How does SDN/OpenFlow work: What are the details and internals of the protocols, components, and the interactions between them?

Module B
1. SDN Controller Implementations: what does each one do, what are their strengths and weaknesses, adoption?
Module C
1. Target environments for SDN/OpenFlow: Where is it likely to be deployed?
2. Target applications for SDN/OpenFlow: What technology is being developed and how does it work?
3. Current research: Who is doing research into SDN, and what are they investigating?
Module D

1. Developing an SDN ASIC

2. Developing an SDN device implementation

3. Developing an SDN controller implementation

4. Developing an SDN management application

SDN Applications for Developers

To provide the SDN training you need, we partnered with technology leaders to create a strong and customizable curriculum.
Build your skills and enhance your career by learning how to plan, design, and manage key components of your information lifecycle with our comprehensive courses.
Onsite or Webinar
Module A

1. Why SDN/OpenFlow: What is the rationale behind the whole initiative?

2. What is SDN/OpenFlow: What are the components, protocols, and how do they work together?

3. How does SDN/OpenFlow work: What are the details and internals of the protocols, components, and the interactions between them?

Module B
1. SDN Controller Implementations: what does each one do, what are their strengths and weaknesses, adoption?
Module C
1. Target environments for SDN/OpenFlow: Where is it likely to be deployed?
2. Target applications for SDN/OpenFlow: What technology is being developed and how does it work?
3. Current research: Who is doing research into SDN, and what are they investigating?
Module D

1. Developing an SDN ASIC

2. Developing an SDN device implementation

3. Developing an SDN controller implementation

4. Developing an SDN management application

SDN Implementations for IT professionals

To provide the SDN training you need, we partnered with technology leaders to create a strong and customizable curriculum.
Build your skills and enhance your career by learning how to plan, design, and manage key components of your information lifecycle with our comprehensive courses.
Onsite or Webinar
Module A

1. Why SDN/OpenFlow: What is the rationale behind the whole initiative?

2. What is SDN/OpenFlow: What are the components, protocols, and how do they work together?

3. How does SDN/OpenFlow work: What are the details and internals of the protocols, components, and the interactions between them?

Module B
1. SDN Controller Implementations: what does each one do, what are their strengths and weaknesses, adoption?
Module C
1. Target environments for SDN/OpenFlow: Where is it likely to be deployed?
2. Target applications for SDN/OpenFlow: What technology is being developed and how does it work?
3. Current research: Who is doing research into SDN, and what are they investigating?
Module D

1. Developing an SDN ASIC

2. Developing an SDN device implementation

3. Developing an SDN controller implementation

4. Developing an SDN management application

SDN Solutions for Network Engineers

To provide the SDN training you need, we partnered with technology leaders to create a strong and customizable curriculum.
Build your skills and enhance your career by learning how to plan, design, and manage key components of your information lifecycle with our comprehensive courses.
Onsite or Webinar
Module A

1. Why SDN/OpenFlow: What is the rationale behind the whole initiative?

2. What is SDN/OpenFlow: What are the components, protocols, and how do they work together?

3. How does SDN/OpenFlow work: What are the details and internals of the protocols, components, and the interactions between them?

Module B
1. SDN Controller Implementations: what does each one do, what are their strengths and weaknesses, adoption?
Module C
1. Target environments for SDN/OpenFlow: Where is it likely to be deployed?
2. Target applications for SDN/OpenFlow: What technology is being developed and how does it work?
3. Current research: Who is doing research into SDN, and what are they investigating?
Module D

1. Developing an SDN ASIC

2. Developing an SDN device implementation

3. Developing an SDN controller implementation

4. Developing an SDN management application

Free Introduction Webinar to SDN