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Tuesday 21 March 2017 | ONF Certification Training | Tracks 1 + 2
  • Registration and welcome coffee from 07.00. Level 0 (Scene)
  • Conference Room: Level -1 (Forum GHIJ)
  • Beginning of the Tutorial 09.00
  • Exhibition open from 09.00 to 19.00. Level 0 (Scene)
  • Seated Lunch 12.30. Level 3 (Lofts)
  • End of the Tutorial: 17.00

SDN Intensive - One Day Program
to Achieve Accredited ONF SDN Certification (OCSA)

In this full day program, participants will benefit from a structured day of training culminating with an optional exam to achieve the ONF Certified SDN Associate certificate (OCSA).

This training and certification will focus on and formally certify that the successful candidate has vendor-neutral conceptual knowledge of the major domains of networking practices that support the theory and practice of Software Defined Networking (SDN).

It presupposes foundational knowledge in computer networking practices, and will validate conceptual knowledge in how those computer networking foundations are affected in an SDN environment. It is an entry-level certification examination for technical professionals asserting concept-level mastery of the domain of SDN.

At the end of training, participants will have the opportunity to take the OCSA exam for an additional fee (USD 150).

Complete details on the OCSA certificate program can be found here: https://www.opennetworking.org/skills-associate

Yoav Cohen,
Senior Instructor, Perpetual Solutions

Yoav is a senior instructor with Perpetual Solutions, providing training and workshops on topics such as SDN & NFV, Cloud Computing and MEF-CECP, to operators, service providers and vendors. He also works within the CTO office of a major vendor on SDN, NFV and Cloud developments.  During 35 years of professional endeavor, he has contributed technical work into several SDOs such as ITU, IETF, OIF, TMF, BBF and MEF.   Yoav has been participating in the MEF Technical Committee continuously since 2002, and has been recognized as a key contributor to the MEF Technical Specifications. He currently contributes to the MEF LSO (Lifecycle Service Orchestration) development and the MEF UNITE program which brings together.

Pradeep Varadarajan,
Perpetual Solutions