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I'm resuming my studies during this academic year as a student in M2 "ingénieries des réseaux", diplôma of Université Paris-Saclay!

I'm very interested in the Cloud Computing, Virtualization, the Software Defined Networking (SDN) and the Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).

Expériences professionnelles

Junior cloud computing consultant


De Novembre 2015 à Août 2016

During my Work for this enterprise, I learned the following skills and technologies:

♦ OpenStack
Deploying OpenStack Liberty on three different nodes: step by step installation.

♦ VMware
★ VMware Network Virtualization Fundamentals
★ VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6] Training
Hands On Labs
★ vSphere with Operations Management 6.
★ vSphere with Operations Management 6: Advanced Topics.
★ VMware NSX Introduction.
★ OpenStack with VMware vSphere and NSX.

★ Helion OpenStack, CloudSystem 8/9, Cloud Service Automation (CSA), OneView, 3PAR
★ HPE Technologies OpenStack and Cloud/NFV Training.
★ HPE 3PAR StoreServ. I & II.
★ HPE Cloud Service Automation 4.x Essentials.
★ HP0-Y52: HP ATP - FlexNetwork Solutions V3
★ HP3-F18: HP OneView 1.20

● edX Verified Certificate for Introduction to Cloud Infrastructure Technologies

Cloud trainer

NOKIA , Tunis - Stage

De Mars 2015 à Juin 2015

This Internship was about one of the most-hot topic in IT Industry nowadays, which is an implementation of a cloud platform using the Software Defined Networking (SDN). The idea behind the project is how to deploy a private cloud within an enterprise using the Contrail System (including OpenStack as an orchestrator System).

In order to deploy the Cloud, I configured a dynamic service chaining using Juniper Firefly (vSRX) instance as a firewall (enabling NFV features) and an MX router as a Border Gateway.

The MX router needs a special configuration in order to act as a gateway: we need to create an iBGP session, enable MPLS and create a VRF ( Virtual Routing and Forwarding). In this project I used a virtual version of the MX router and installed it to a VMware ESXi hypervisor.

The Firewall also needs to be configured: we need to configure the IP addresses assigned by OpenStack, create zones and permit the required services (ping, http, https...). In this project, I launched two firewall instances.

To configure our dynamic service chaining, we need in first place to create virtual networks (VNs). In my project, I created three different virtual networks with three different CIDR. The second step is to create a service template which is required to launch a service instance (firewall in our case) so we can assign to each instance a VN. Next, we need to deploy some virtual machines running windows 7 OS: to do that, we need to prepare a windows 7 cloud image using the KVM hypervisor.

To set up topology, we need to create and assign policies to these networks using the firewall instances as a service. It's very well explained and easy to create a policy with Contrail.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Contrail, OpenStack, KVM, ESXi, MX router, Firefly, Juniper.

Formations complémentaires

Diplôme National d'ingénieur en Télécommunications

Ecole Supérieure des Communications de Tunis (SUP'COM) - Télécommunications

2012 à 2015

SUP'COM est l'une des grandes écoles d'ingénieur en Tunisie et école leader dans le domaine des TIC. Elle est la première école étrangère à être associée à l'Institut Mines-Télécom en France

Diplôme Préparatoire

Institut préparatoire des écoles d'ingénieur de Tunis (IPEIT) - Math-Physique (MP)

2010 à 2012

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Diplôme Baccalauréat

Lycée Hadika - Mathématique

2006 à 2010

Mention Très Bien

Parcours officiels

M2 Saclay Ingénierie Réseau


Français - Courant

Anglais - Courant

Arabe - Langue maternelle


Cloud Computing
Software Defined Data Center

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