What if you could manage your IT environment like a code project? After teaching network fundamentals, this course explores the details of Infrastructure as Code. It focuses on model-driven programmability applied to Cisco networking products.
Cut through the buzzwords around IT infrastructure automation and orchestration with this course. In this course, Managing Cisco Networks via Infrastructure as Code, you will gain the ability to design, deploy, and manage networks using modern automation techniques. First, you will learn the fundamentals of networking such as IP routing, Ethernet switching, and critical network services (DHCP, DNS, NAT, SNMP, and NTP). Next, you will discover the capabilities of common Infrastructure as Code frameworks such as Cisco pyATS, Puppet, and Ansible. Finally, you will explore network-oriented model-driven programmability by exploring YANG, NETCONF, and RESTCONF. This includes demonstrations hosted on Cisco DevNet sandboxes using Cisco IOS-XE and Cisco Nexus platforms. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of a junior network automation engineer needed to successfully automate your production systems.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Nick Russo and welcome to my managing Cisco Networks via infrastructure as code. Of course, this course builds on your previous software development and Dev ops skills. With a heavy focus on networking. You'll learn how networks operate and how to effectively apply automation by exploring these topics. Computer networking, fundamentals, deployment and usage of common I P Service is model driven program ability based on yang. Enabling infrastructure is code using net cough answerable and more. Last, utilizing rescue off as a lighter weight alternative to net cough. After completing this course, you'll be able to employ a variety of network automation techniques in any business environment. Before beginning this course, I suggest viewing these two important prerequisite courses. This getting started course covers important contextual topics surrounding software design, source control and the construction of a simple Web application. It also covers some python and bash basics you'll need to understand for this course. This second course covers two key topics. Interacting with a variety of Siskel product AP eyes and the fundamental techniques used in Dev ops. Some of these Dev ops concepts are relevant for network automation to I hope you'll join me on this journey toe. Learn modern network management with this managing Cisco Networks via infrastructure as code course at Pluralsight.