Juniper JNCIA-DevOps - JN0-222 Automation Complete Course
What you'll learn
- Network Automation
Network engineers of today have more demand placed on them than ever before, and often times we're required to be well versed in multiple vendor devices, and perform our job duties in a more efficient manner. Having your JNCIA-DevOps will make you more valuable to prospective and current employers, as well as give you the tools to automate the more mundane pieces of your work to make your day-to-day more enjoyable and productive!
Juniper Networks was started by ex-Cisco employees who wanted to implement their own improvements to the system, and ended up with a highly modular, scalable, and resilient OS, the Junos OS. From the ground up Junos has been designed with automation in mind, and the automation tools demonstrated in this course will give you the skills necessary to start using these tools to their fullest.
In this course we'll be covering automation basics for Juniper devices that will allow you to jump into any environment with Juniper devices and hit the ground running automating operations and engineering tasks!
In this course we'll be going through all exam topics covered in Juniper's JN0-222 for the JNCIA-DevOps certification. Including:
Junos Automation Stack and DevOps Concepts
XML / NETCONF
Python / PyEZ
Junos Rest API
My goal is to get you certified as quickly as possible, and that's exactly how I've designed this course. Pointing out and referencing areas that are common for exam questions and giving you all of the needed information without any of the fluff.
So let's get started on the learning path!
Who this course is for:
- Entry level network engineers
- Mid-level network engineers
- Expert network engineers
- Network Administrators
A highly motivated professional with 8 years experience in IT, and 4 years specifically in network engineering dealing with a variety of environments ranging from small office to state government service provider. I love what I do and continue learning every day; I want to help others pursue learning in the field and share my passion with them.