Linux Internals for SDN (Software Defined Networking)

Posted by linuxcertified on Oct 25, 2013 2:13 PM EDT; By Rajesh Goyal
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LinuxCertified Inc, a leading provider of Linux training and services, launched a new training course Linux Internals for SDN (Software Defined Networking) to be held in San Francisco Bay Area from November 14th - 15th, 2013.

This 2-day seminar is designed to bring software developers working with Linux for SDN, virtualization, or certain networking topics up to speed with a variety of details of the Linux kernel and user space implementation and use of virtualization technology and some specialized networking. This seminar provides a variety of hands-on experience.

After this course attendees will be able to use netfilter queue, some advanced socket techniques, libvirt, and other virtualization tools. Students will be able to discuss Linux virtualization with KVM, from the Intel instructions for virtualization, to KVM, to libvirt, to Virt Manager.

The course will be useful both for Software engineers working with SDN, Network Virtualization, computation virtualization, or support, QA, or managers working with these technologies.

Attendees will spend approximately 50 percent of the class time actually gaining hands-on experience with these topics, with personal attention and insider knowledge from an experienced SDN developer.

Details on this course are available at:

This workshop is also available as an on-site class throughout North America.

About LinuxCertified, Inc.

The mission of LinuxCertified, Inc is to help our clients benefit from significant savings of effectively using Linux and Open-Source software in their IT and development infrastructure. Our core offerings are:

- Linux trained and certified professionals

- Implementation and development services using Open-Source software

- LinuxCertified products providing industry's best ROI To learn more contact Rajesh Goyal at: 1-877-800-6873 or


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