We have come up with this beautiful combo of Python for Network Automation Training + Official DEVASC 200-901 Training.
Because we understand how important is to learn Python from scratch before jumping in DEVASC/DEVNET field.
Please note: This training will cover Python from scratch and focus on Network Automation with 100% content of Official 200-901 DEVASC (DevNet Associate) content!
Note: You will be provided with CCNA recorded course as complimentary before your Python for Cisco Network Engineers (Network Automation) if you need it!
Total Duration 45 Hours
His student base ranges from Global Offshore Clients, Defense Institutions, International Government Organizations, Top Private Universities, Air Traffic controllers, Networking Professionals working in core production and Engineering students from around the globe.
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Please note: If required we will give you CCNA 200-301 recordings before the course for revision This content has been planned in such a way that it will help the experienced network engineers in learning Network Automation using Python easily as well as for the freshers who have already done CCNA/CCNP but want to learn Automation using Python
1. Learn about evolution of Software Defined Networks
2. Get ready for DevNet 200-901 Exam
3. Learn Python from scratch and enough for a Network Engineer as it is becoming more valuable skill in the Industry
4. Hands-on labs for provisioning Network Devices using Python
5. Build your own lab using Industry Standard Development Environment
6 Learn about Network Automation Protocols and APIs like REST API, NETCONF, RESTCONF, etc
7. Chance to become Network Automation Engineer
As the IT industry is speeding up to automate their Network as the term Network Automation has created a trend majorly since the tech-giant in the networking industry Cisco, has launched some of the newly announced IT certifications, many companies are moving forward for implementing automation in their network infrastructure.
Although many automation initiatives fails because best practices aren’t followed. The increased efficiency is certainly a benefit of network automation, the decision to automate should be driven by business goals & the need for more reliable and scalable network.
Some of the valid reasons to implement network automation :-
• Reduce Errors - Production networks are always exposed to human errors and automating repetitive manual processes will minimize errors and help keep the network functioning at an optimal level.
• Make the Network More Dynamic - By automating manual updates & changes, you can optimize network performance and accelerate the rollout of new services and applications in your infrastructure.
• Simplify Network management - Many network management processes are not performed regularly because they’ve handled manually, which takes a lot of time and drains resources. Network automation makes it possible to perform these processes more frequently, reducing the risk of network failure and downtime.
• Optimize Performance - Network Automation also privileges you to use third party applications that supports monitoring tools which alerts admins for performance issues, high resource utilization levels, and errors on the network for which you can design event-driven workflow to drive down configuration changes or resource allocations. It also allows you to perform and report upon service-level agreement tasks with greater speed and accuracy.
• Free-Up IT Staff for Higher-Value Tasks - Without automation, all management, maintenance, troubleshooting and monitoring tasks must be handled manually by IT staff which can be automated with the help of configuration management mechanisms.