Course Description

"Software Defined Networking" is a comprehensive course offered by The University of Chicago. This course explores the latest advancements in computer networking and focuses on the emerging field of Software-Defined Networking (SDN). SDN is a revolutionary approach to networking that allows for more efficient and flexible network management through the use of software. Throughout the course, students will learn about the fundamental concepts of computer networking, including network architecture, network analysis, and network models. They will also gain hands-on experience with networking hardware and learn how to effectively communicate and program using Python. One of the key skills that students will develop in this course is the ability to design and implement SDN solutions. They will learn how to use software frameworks to create and manage virtual networks, allowing for more efficient and dynamic network management. With a rating of 4.6 stars and no reviews, this course is highly recommended by previous students. It is suitable for a mixed level of learners and can be completed in 1 - 3 months