Python Programming for Network Engineers.
This course is intended for network engineering professionals who want to take their creative thought processes to the next level by writing code. Python allows you to build scripts to automate complex network configuration. It is the most widely used programming language for software-defined networking, and is a critical skill for today’s network engineers. Network Automation can be used for provisioning, configurations, identifying rogue devices, mitigating security attacks, compliance, audits, capacity planning and scores of other network deployment activities. It has helped in enhancing network visibility and has empowered the network engineers to make faster, smarter network decisions, optimize uptime and performance, enhance security, and enable innovation instead of spending endless cycles in managing the network. This course teaches the lessons of network programming with Python. Programming in python makes the theoretical building blocks that will lead to better scripts. Course covers to learn the fundamentals of the language, including objects and variables, strings, loop, and functions also discover how to use lists, tuples, and dictionaries, and integrate specialized Python libraries and modules such as Netmiko and telnetlib which concentrate on the topics of relevance to core skills to build basic functional scripts to configure routers and switches using GNS3, Cisco IOS, and Python, so that you can put your new skills to immediate use.
Using hands-on lab-based learning, this course takes you all the way from the basics of Python programming to the specific skills and tools needed to manage network devices using programming and reduces implementation time for software-based technologies in a enterprise network.
- Use of Python in Network Engineering
- Network Environment
- Type of Languages
- Python and other Languages
- Languages for Automation
CCIE enterprise infrastructure v1.1 equipment and software list:
The practical exam tests candidates on solutions that can be configured using the below
Equipment and software versions. Candidates may see more recent software versions
during their attempt but will only be tested on features that are supported in the list below.
Passing the exam requires a depth of understanding difficult to obtain without hands-on
experience. Early in your preparation you should arrange access to equipment and soft-
ware similar to that used on the exam.
CCIE R&S, MCSE
He has been in the networking industry for more than 25+ years, with a focus on Automation and Scripting. Krishna, a CCIE Certified instructor has worked in different IT firms and well known with his experiences that could help pursuing students to accomplish their goal. At present, he is delivering training to students in achieving their certifications in Cisco, Microsoft and Automation.