Ansible Network Automation Training
Network programming & automation are skills that engineers need to be learning today, this network automation course will cover how to get started with Ansible.
From installation to running your first playbook, learn the skills that you will need as a Network Engineer today and for the future with this Ansible course. The course focuses on Cisco network automation but there also a few lessons covering Juniper and F5
Clicking this link will take you to teachable.com – this is the platform where the course is hosted.
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- What is Ansible?
- How to install Ansible
- Setting up your environment
- Ansible Hosts File
- Introduction to YAML
- Writing a Playbook to backup a Cisco Router
- Playboook for capturing output from Cisco commands
- Introduction to Configuration Management
- Using Ansible Templates for creating configuration files
- Using GIT
- Installing Ansible Tower
- Setting up SSH keys with a Cisco router
Network engineers need to re-tool and start to learn Network Automation. Start your journey today with this Ansible Network Automation Training Course.
Ansible playbook to backup Cisco routers
Sign up Now for the early bird price of £79
During the course creation process you can sign up for the early bird price of £79 – during this time lessons will be added daily.
The full course is being released on 1st August 2018 at the full price of £179
Network automation with Ansible is a rapidly growing area, with Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Netflix all having recently stepped into the field.
With Ansible Core support for networking devices maturing quickly, the possibilities of what can be done with automated network is endless.
So if you want to learn Practical Network Automation using Ansible and Python skills, watch this space for upcoming information on Network Automation use cases using Ansible, advancing into self healing networks and zero touch deployments.
Check out my Free Network Automation Tools page to learn about all the open source network automation tools in use today
Network Automation Quick Start Online Course
This quick start course will get you up and running with Ansible and running your first playbook in less than an hour.
Ansible for Network Automation (D0457)
Once you have got your head around Ansible and want to start looking at network automation certifications, there are not many to look at.
Red Hat has a training course (D0457) called Ansible for Network Automation – for more details check redhat.com