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  • All Courses Available from Online!
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  • CCIE Collaboration batch starting from 25th July 2020
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Python Training for Network Engineers in Mumbai, India

Course Highlights

  • Training Mode
    Online & Onsite
  • Learning Method
    Lecture & Self-Study
  • Duration
    1 Month
  • Training Hours
    2 Hours per day
  • Hands on Labs
    Yes
  • Study Material
    Yes
  • Certificate
    Yes
  • Batches
    Weekdays (Mon-Fri) & Weekend (Sat-Sun)
  • Price
    Enquire now

Python Programming for Network Engineers Course overview

Octa Networks is the most renowned and reliable institute for Python for Network Engineers training in Mumbai, India. Certified, passionate and experienced faculties guide, mentor, and train students and professionals towards achieving the world-renowned certification. Python Foundations for Network Engineers training is available onsite along with online training. Students can opt for a convenient method of training delivery.

This course is designed to be realistic and focuses 30% on Theory and 70% hands on practical learning. The end goal of the course is not to discuss the abstract concepts and terminology of Python. We will instead learn about specific logical constructs that exist in Python, which will enable us to programmatically begin automating networks and network elements.

As network engineers, we have to realize that our industry is changing; evolving. The days of strict command line configuration of networks and networking elements are coming to a close. We need to add programming as a functional skill set to our tool chest, however, we do not need to know everything a Python programming expert needs to know to develop and deploy code like in machine learning applications. The majority of us are just interested in what we need to know to manipulate network environments. To that end this course was developed to assist us by first focusing on how to configure traditional IOS devices with Python. These exercises have been designed to provide us with goal based, practical learning opportunities. However, we will quickly demonstrate how this is useful to learning the programmatic aspects of Python, but not very practical once it is applied at scale.

Octa Networks is based in Mumbai, India and offers various networking courses training including Python for Network Engineers. We are pioneer, reliable and the best institute for Python training in Mumbai, India.

Python Foundations for Network Engineers Course Details

Course Duration

  • 1 month of Instructor-led classroom training
  • 1 month of instructor-led online training

Who should enroll?

  • Network administrators
  • Professionals who are interested in network programmability and automation

What you’ll learn in this course?

  • Understand network programmability and Python version 3
  • Understand how to automate the configuration of network devices with python
  • Understand how to leverage NAPALM for network automation
  • Understand how to quickly start guide using Telnet and SSH
  • Understand how to use Netmiko for SSH connections to routers and switches
  • Understand how to scale your network scripts

What is Python for Network Engineers Course Curriculum?

Our Python for Network Engineer training has been designed & developed as per the industry needs and demand

Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

Training Outline

The Python Programming Environment
  • The Python Interactive Interpreter
    • Running the Interpreter
    • Running code inside the Interpreter
    • Learning with the Interpreter
  • Running Your Python Scripts
    • Saving Your Source Files
    • Executing Your Source Files
    • What does the Shebang (#!) Line Do?
Python Fundamentals
  • The Python Object/Execution Model
    • Everything is an Object
    • Two Types of Objects
    • Statements and Expressions
  • Variables
    • Traditional Variable Concepts
    • Variables in Python
  • Data Types
    • Data Types :: Strings
    • Data Types :: Integers
    • Data Types :: Floats
    • Data Types :: Lists
    • Data Types :: Dictionaries
    • Data Types :: Tuples
  • Control Structures
    • Control Structures :: if/else/elif Statements
    • Control Structures :: for loops
    • Control Structures :: while loops
    • Control Structures :: Breaking Out of Loops
    • Control Structures :: The 'pass' Statement
    • Control Structures :: The ‘continue’ Statement
  • Functions
    • Functions :: What is Scope?
    • Functions & Arguments
    • Functions :: Positional Arguments
    • Functions :: Keyword Arguments
(Slightly) More Advanced Python
  • Exceptions
    • Exceptions :: What are Exceptions?
    • Exceptions :: Catching Exceptions
    • Exceptions :: The "try/finally" Clause
  • Working with Files and Directories
    • Using 'open'
    • File Object Modes
    • File Object Methods
    • The 'with' Statement
  • Complex Data Structures
    • How to Think About Data
    • List
    • Tuples
    • Set
    • Disctionary
    • Example One :: A List of Lists
    • Example Two :: A Lists of Dictionaries
    • Example Three :: A Dictionary of Dictionaries
    • Example Four :: A Dictionary of Set and Lists
  • Maintaining State
    • Maintaining State :: XML
    • Maintaining State :: YAML
    • Maintaining State :: JSON
  • Modules
    • Finding and Using Modules
    • Creating Your Own Modules
  • Object Orientation
    • What is a Class
    • Static Methods
    • Member Variables
    • Member Functions
    • Constructors
    • Singleton Class
    • MVC Design Pattern
    • Observer Design Pattern
  • Extra Topics suitable for Devnets
    • String formatting
    • Programming your device in GNS3 using Python

Hands-on Labs

Python Foundations

  • Lists
  • Dictionaries
  • Loops
  • Function
  • Working with Files
  • Troubleshooting Python Scripts

Python Libraries

  • Introduction
  • Python Module
  • Python Package

Custom Python Libraries

Working with XML in Python

Working with YAML in Python

Working with JSON objects in Python

  • Yang Data Models
  • Model-Driven Programmability Stack
  • REST
  • NETCONF

NX-API Discovery 

  • NX-API CLI Part 2
  • NETCONF
  • Python on Box
  • NX-API REST

What to expect in the exam?

As of date there is no associated certification or exam for this course.

What Devices are used during Hands-on Labs?

Our Python for Network Engineers training program provides the students with opportunity to have hands-on labs which boost their confidence to work with automation tools efficiently in enterprise networks.

  •  Cisco Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
  •  Automation Tools
  •  Programming language like Python

What Jobs are available after the course?

  • Network automation engineer
  • Software developer
  • System integration programmer
  • Infrastructure architect
  • Network designer

Do you provide Placement Assistance, post completion of the training?

We are 100% committed to offer placement assistance to our students. Industry approved Resume Templates are provided to candidates as guidance to assist them in writing their resumes. We also provide students with FAQ interview questionnaire to help them prepare for their job interviews.

What is expected salary after the Python Foundations for Network Engineers Course?

On an average a CCNA Certified Engineer with 0 years of experience gets salary in the range of INR 20,000 to 30,000 per month in India and differs for experienced CCNA Certified Engineers which is based on number of years of experience and performance.

After Python Foundations for Network Engineers Course, what is the Next Step?

Learning never stops. We always recommend CCDP, CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure or CCDE (DevNet Expert) which is going to be launched soon by Cisco. There is huge demand for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure and Cisco Certified DevNet Engineers. These training and certification will establish your authority as an industry expert and provide you better career opportunities in the market.

Exam

Exam Name Exam Code Duration Cost Registration:

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Lab Setup

Demo

Training Plan & Schedule

Training Plan

Python for Network Engineers Training
Batch Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Weekend (Sat-Sun)
Mode Classroom / Online Classroom / Online
Hours 2 Hours/Day  4 Hours/Day 
Duration 1 Month 2  Months
Date Course Training Type Batch Register
6 July 2020 Python for Network Engineers Classroom / Online Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Enquire now
11 July 2020 Python for Network Engineers Classroom / Online Weekend (Sat-Sun) Enquire now
20 July 2020 Python for Network Engineers Classroom / Online Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Enquire now
25 July 2020 Python for Network Engineers Classroom / Online Weekend (Sat-Sun) Enquire now

Student Reviews

Frequently Asked Question

Python allows you to build scripts to automate complex network configuration. It is the most widely used programming language for software-defined networking, and is a critical skill for new network engineers.

Python provides two levels of access to network services. At a low level, you can access the basic socket support in the underlying operating system, which allows you to implement clients and servers for both connection-oriented and connectionless protocols.

Earlier, a network engineer needn't have much programming skills. All they needed to understand was how to deal with routers and switchers through commands, the way of configuring networking devices, etc. ... The network engineer should have a good knowledge of writing code in this fiercely competitive scenario.

Python is a general purpose programming language, it has libraries that facilitates writing network-based applications. Hence it can be used for "network programming".

Cisco is teaching you Python for the same reason Cisco taught you subnetting, the OSI model, and fundamentals of spanning-tree and routing protocols.

Businesses Still Need Network Engineers. Some believe that automation will take over network engineers' jobs, but the data doesn't back up those claims. ... According to Adato, network engineering will change in the future, but it won't displace the people who work in the industry.

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