Infrastructure Automation


DevNet Associate

  • Level : Intermediate

  • Length: 70 hours

  • Languages: English

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Learn software development skills to integrate and automate networks.

Embark on your journey to DevNet Associate certification. Develop software skills needed to become a vital part of today's IT teams. You’ll learn the best practices of modern software development practices, DevOps, and how to securely interact with Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to automate existing manual processes with only a few lines of code.

Prior knowledge of PCAP: Programming Essentials in Python and CCNA: Introduction to Networks (ITN) or equivalent knowledge is recommended.

Workshop: Model-Driven Programmability

  • Level : Intermediate

  • Length: 8 hours

  • Languages: English

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Learn to configure devices automatically with code in this 8-hour workshop.

You’ve learned networking skills in courses like CCNA. Now you can put your skills into practice using the hottest programmable networking devices. In this 8-hour workshop, you’ll hone skills in managing and configuring network devices using their APIs and automating management tasks using Python scripts with a Cisco software virtual router -- just like the professionals! Plus, you’ll get to join and participate in several professional software developer communities-of-practice such as Cisco DevNet, GitHub, and Stack Overflow. To participate, you'll need knowledge from CCNA: Introduction to Networks or equivalent networking skills and basic programming knowledge as found in PCAP: Programming Essentials in Python.

Workshop: REST APIs using Webex Teams

  • Level : Intermediate

  • Length: 8 hours

  • Languages: English

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Experiment with REST API technology using Webex Teams collaboration platform.

Interact with Webex Teams collaboration platform and learn to extend an application’s capabilities using REST API technologies. Plus, you’ll join and participate in several professional software communities-of-practice, such as Cisco DevNet, GitHub, and Stack Overflow. The workshop assumes you have basic programming knowledge as found in PCAP: Programming Essentials in Python.