- Unfortunately, this course is not intended for noobs.
- You must have good experience as a Network Engineer
- You must have a lot of problems which can be solved by programming 😉
- You must be sure about your requirement because automation can be dangerous
Why this Course?
This course is more about practical situations. You will be given scenarios where you have to solve the problems/ complete the project using python automation.
These scenarios will also help you to understand day-to-day operations performed by the Network Engineer.
The course will constantly update with new videos
This course is intended to two kinds of people
1. Those who already know Python but don’t how to get started and
2. Who are just started their network automation journey
Python is easy to understand and readable for network automation. This is the dominating and high-level language. As a result, you do not need to write many codes. In short, fast and easy debugging, interpreted, powerful, object-oriented, extensible, and many other reasons make this language to learn.
In addition, Python helps in network automation where programmed scripts automatically configure, manage, provision, and test network devices. Python automation helps to reduce the complexity of infrastructures, enables speed, and ensures reliability and compliance.
With the high demand for automation and programming skills and knowledge in the industry, “Real life Python for Network Automation” series can be the best course for network engineers.
Moreover, Python uses various tools/ modules to handle network devices from various vendors such as Cisco (IOS, IOS XE, and IOS XR), F5.
Top 5 reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now
1. Updated lectures.
2. Case studies or scenarios are based on the practical job situations.
3. Detailed responses to messages.
4. Regular announcements that will not disguise sales ploys.
At least a beginner level of Python knowledge is required, though we covered walk-through Python basics to brush up your Python skills for this course. This course does not contain basic topics like how to install Python, GNS3, Virtual Box, etc. We are working to launch a beginner course for Python targeting (Let’s catch Python) especially helpful to Academic Students & Trainers.
Who this course is for:
- Network Engineers
- System Administrators
- Network technicians
- Network operations engineers
- Network Specialist
- Python Developers
- CCNA, CCNP, CCIE or aspirant
- Anyone interested in Network Automation and Network programming; looking to automate network stuff