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About the Course

Welcome to the Intel® Network Academy – a comprehensive training program on network transformation. In this program, we will be covering the topic areas of software defined infrastructure (SDI) network functions virtualization (NFV), software-defined networking (SDN) and beyond. The Network Academy includes a broad collection of online content and technical training aimed to assist technical professionals in the network industry to improve their knowledge of key Intel® technologies, industry trends, and technical aspects of NFV deployments. After completing this training course, please find Network Transformation 102 offered by Intel® Network Academy to advance your technical expertise....

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PS

May 09, 2020

It was an excellent course on the network transformation which included good info and pictorial representations.I would like to thank all the instructors and Intel Corporation

MP

Jun 23, 2020

Network Transformation 101 course really helped me to upgrade my knowledge in the area of networks. This course is an eye opener and birds eye view on network transformation.

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By akash g

Apr 22, 2020

The course is good but has repetition of information and in some places instructor assumes that the learner knows stuff in advance.

By Deep N

Jun 02, 2020

There should be optional marks provided to the questions which has multiple correct options

By Raghunandhan V

Jun 09, 2020

Very high level overview of the network. Can have more real time examples

By surya m

May 19, 2020

Could have been more simple while explaining the architecture

By Nawras A

Aug 22, 2020

very long for little information

By Markus W

Jul 09, 2020

The course covers the important topics of network function virtualization and software defined network, and the evolution from present day network topologies. It is not a beginners' course, and it requires a some knowledge of both current network and SW architecture as well as the concepts of NFV. It is also not didactic, introducing novel concepts and mechanisms step by step. The best part is week 3, in which some concepts are introduced, and with which the course should have started to my humble opinion.

By Vincenzo M

Oct 03, 2020

The course is not outfitted for "Beginners" but "Intermediate": one should be aware of acronyms as soon as starting the first video.

The course organization is confused and sometimes same arguments are replicated along the "weeks".

With a re-organization of the argument's sequence, this course could get one star more; the majority of instructors simply read the slides.

By ARISH

Sep 24, 2020

NOT a good course. It was Boring. Stuff not explained properly. Just reading/speaking monotonously.

By GABRIEL M

Oct 10, 2020

Bugged, next modules won't unlock

By Chris M

Sep 01, 2020

old and out of date