Inventing the future of networking
OpenLab is the place where you can join with Juniper engineers and technology specialists, and with your industry or academic peers, to learn about, work with, and push the boundaries of innovative SDN technology.
Come to OpenLab to learn about the innovative network software technology and solutions that Juniper has to offer, and you will also be able and encouraged to take what you learn and engage in discussions of where it can go next.
At OpenLab, you will have access to over 7,000 square feet of lab space, comprising a robust array of networking and software assets, and versatile collaboration and conference space, to explore, design, build, test or demonstrate new network integrated applications. And you can collaborate in an open environment with the Juniper team and attendees, whether you are a computer science student, a startup entrepreneur, a service provider network architect, or the CTO of a major corporation.
And whether you are at OpenLab for a training event, a technology presentation, a software competition, an academic mentoring session, or a leading edge industry event, you will have access to the latest innovations from Juniper Networks. You will also almost immediately become part of the Juniper community as it pushes forward the company’s mission to 'connect everybody and empower everyone' by unleashing the power of the network.
Events & Highlights
OpenLab offers training and technology meet-ups where you can engage with subject matter experts who make it easier to understand how you can utilize Juniper’s SDN assets and programmable platforms to create new, innovative applications to enhance the power of your network as a strategic asset.
In addition to training sessions on SDN and our programmable platforms, OpenLab hosts quarterly OpenContrail “Meet-ups”. As an open source and standards-based project for a SDN controller, OpenContrail delivers network virtualization and enables the migration of applications and IT resources to more flexible private or hybrid cloud environments.
While agendas will evolve over time, these informal 2-hour technology sessions touch on various topics including OpenContrail installation and configuration, use cases, and demonstrations.
SDN/Programmable Asset Training
OpenLab offers educational sessions to make it easier to understand what’s possible with SDN and with programming the Juniper platforms and to enable applications development.
NOTE: Course Descriptions and Schedulesare available in the Learning Portal.
Software Defined Networks (SDN) Overview introduces SDN as a paradigm and network architecture that can increase IT agility and automation, and reduce OPEX. The Juniper strategy, and relevant technologies, protocols, products, open software projects, and customer use cases, are presented.
Network Programmability and Service Virtualization Overview offers an overview of Contrail and OpenContrail including creating and using NFV-style virtual service VMs and use of the orchestration and analytics NBI.
Junos Space SDK Development Training for architects and developers encompassing hands-on development exercises in Java and scripting languages like Perl and Python.
Junosphere Applications Workshop includes 2 segments –a Junosphere overview and hands-on exercises.
Firefly Host (formerly vGW) Workshop provides an overview of the comprehensive solution for virtualized data centers and clouds, including system design, interfaces, and the API for dynamic security policies.
Contrail Overview provides an overview of virtual network control, Controller and Analytics Engine capabilities, service chaining architectures, deployment use cases, and review of APIs and features for service functionality.
To View or Register for the OpenLab Events:
- Establish a Juniper Networks Learning Portal Account (if you do not have one already).
- Once your account has been established, you can select your desired session (training or Meet-Up) and register at the Juniper Networks Learning Portal “OpenLab Page”.
We will promptly acknowledge your reservation status and send further preparatory instructions and recommendations, as appropriate. If we run out of seats for the course you registered for your request will be waitlisted.