Network Automation Advance is a set of tools to deploy, manage, and troubleshoot a network device. A programmability-enabled network is driven by intelligent software that can deal with a single node or a group of nodes. The tool chain uses application programming interfaces or APIs, which serve as the interface to the device or controller. The tool chain also utilizes software that uses the API to gather data or intelligently build configurations. To a network engineer, programmability means interacting with a device or group of devices (driving configurations, troubleshooting, etc.) with a software that sits (logically) above the device.
In this course, we will focus and exploring multiple practicale scenarios.
Pre-requisite: CCNA, Network Automation Fundamentals (Check our free course)
Release date: January 10, 2021