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Oracle Communications Service Delivery Platform Courses

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  • Below you see a list of the courses publicly available for the Oracle Communications Service Delivery Platform.

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09-JAN-2014 600 mins

Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller - Course

The Product

Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller supplies the back-end infrastructure for integrating WebRTC solutions with SIP and IMS networks, enabling the browser to be used like a normal telephone, with video and file sharing capabilities. WebRTC Session Controller also supplies an SDK that makes it easier to build web applications that use the WebRTC features included in web browsers.

 

The Course

This WebRTC Session Controller course is a self-paced, offline course. Currently, only the course practices are available. The practices are provided in a PDF file and include step-by-step instructions. With its detailed, hands-on tutorials, you will walk away with a complete environment, suitable for prototyping and testing. The lessons specified in the practices file will be provided at a later date.

 

The Practice Environment

The practices use two virtual machines that you create. The software that runs the virtual machines is Oracle VM Virtual Box. You need to have administrative rights on the machine to be able to disable or reconfigure any local firewall or CPU-intensive background processes, if necessary. The virtual machines require a laptop that fulfills the following specifications:

  • Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X, or Solaris
  • CPU: Preferably a dual core, at least 2 GHz
  • RAM: At least 8 GB of RAM
  • Hard Drive: At least 15 GB of free space
  • Web Camera: Internal or external, to be able to test video calls

The Audience

The audience for this course are application developers, system architects, and integration developers with basic telecom knowledge who want to understand WebRTC Session Controller.

 

Prerequisites

This course requires basic telecom knowledge. There are no other mandatory prerequisites for this course.

 

Level: Basic

01-JUL-2012

Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller - Basic Administration Course

 

The Product
Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller provides network connectivity for Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) and third-party online charging systems (OCSs).
Online Mediation Controller acts as the front end for OCSs, providing connectivity to the network and mediating network protocols, supporting the Diameter and RADIUS protocols, and enabling delivery of online charging services for sessions in the network.
When integrated with a third-party OCS, Online Mediation Controller interacts with the OCS through a standard Diameter-based Ro interface, mediating network protocols to Diameter Ro. When integrated with BRM, it interacts with BRM through a BRM Portal Communications Protocol (PCP) interface, mediating network protocols to PCP.

 

The Course
This basic administration course for Online Mediation Controller is a self-paced, offline course. The instructional material is provided as slides in PDF files. The hands-on exercises are provided in a PDF file and include step-by-step instructions. With its detailed, hands-on tutorials, you will walk away with a complete environment, suitable for prototyping and testing.

The course has six lessons; all but one have practices:

  • Service Delivery Platform: Overview
  • Online Mediation Controller: Overview
  • Online Mediation Controller: Installation and Configuration
  • Online Mediation Controller: Solutions
  • Online Mediation Controller: BRM Integration
  • Online Mediation Controller: ECE Integration

 

The Practice Environment
The practices use a virtual machine that you create. The software that runs the virtual machine is Oracle VM Virtual Box. You need to have administrative rights on the machine to be able to disable or reconfigure any local firewall or CPU-intensive background processes, if necessary. The virtual machine requires a laptop that fulfills the following specifications:

  • Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X, or Solaris
  • CPU: Preferably a dual core, at least 2 GHz
  • RAM: At least 3GB, but 4 GB or more is preferred
  • Hard Drive: At least 15 GB free space

 

The Audience

The audience for this course are system architects and integration developers with basic telecom knowledge who want to understand Online Mediation Controller. 

 

Prerequisites

This course requires basic telecom knowledge. There are no other mandatory prerequisites for this course.

25-JUN-2014 600 mins

Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper - Course

The Product

Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper provides the infrastructure for opening up the operators telecom network for third-party applications. Services Gatekeeper also provides the infrastructure for administrating the relationship with service providers and maintaining the service level agreements.

 

The Course

This Services Gatekeeper course is a self-paced, offline course. Currently, only the course practices for setting up the core environment are available. The practices are provided in a PDF file and include step-by-step instructions. With its detailed, hands-on tutorials, you will walk away with a complete environment, suitable for prototyping and testing. The lessons specified in the practices file will be provided at a later date.

 

The Practice Environment

The practices use two virtual machines that you create. The software that runs the virtual machines is Oracle VM Virtual Box. You need to have administrative rights on the machine to be able to disable or reconfigure any local firewall or CPU-intensive background processes, if necessary. The virtual machines require a laptop that fulfills the following specifications:

  • Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X, or Solaris
  • CPU: Preferably a dual core, at least 2 GHz
  • RAM: At least 8 GB of RAM
  • Hard Drive: At least 15 GB of free space

The Audience

The audience for this course are application developers, system architects, and integration developers with basic telecom knowledge who want to understand Services Gatekeeper.

 

Prerequisites

This course requires basic telecom knowledge. There are no other mandatory prerequisites for this course.

 

Level: Basic

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