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JNCIA: DevOps Online Training


Knox Hutchinson

Ben Finkel


JNCIA: DevOps Online Training

This entry-level Juniper training prepares learners to take the JN0-220 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Juniper Networks Certified Associate: Automation and DevOps (JNCIA-DevOps) certification.

If any of your deployments are being done after hours, if your development team knows what goes on with software deployments, or if you and anyone in your company winces in anticipated pain when you hear "production deployment," you might need more focus on DevOps. A great DevOps culture reduces stress, increases productivity, and has a dramatic impact on lead time from code commit to production release. A Juniper Networks Certified Associate in Automation and DevOps is able to address the hurdles an organization can face in achieving continuous delivery of usable features and functionality.

For anyone who leads a technology team, this Juniper training can be used for JN0-220 exam prep, onboarding new network administrators, individual or team training plans, or as a Juniper reference resource.

JNCIA: DevOps: What You Need to Know

This JNCIA: DevOps training has videos that cover topics such as:

  • Integrating DevOps into the Junos automation stack
  • Using XML, the XML API, XPath or NETCONF
  • Managing data serialization with YAML and JSON
  • Automating Junos tasks with Ansible
  • Automating Junos with Python or Junos PyEZ
  • Operating the Junos REST API

Who Should Take JNCIA: DevOps Training?

This JNCIA: DevOps training is considered associate-level Juniper training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This network infrastructure skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with Junos automation and experienced network administrators looking to validate their Juniper skills.

New or aspiring network administrators. If you've just started out in a career of network administration, learning about automation and DevOps at the associate level can mold your perspective on workflow and efficiency for your entire career. With this Juniper Networks Certified Associate: Automation and DevOps (JNCIA-DevOps) training, you'll learn about integrating DevOps concepts with the Junos automation stack and set up your entire career to be less stressful and more productive.

Experienced network administrators. If you've already been working as a network administrator for a few years, you're in a great position to take this JNCIA-DevOps training because you already know many of the potholes, hang-ups and challenges involved with excellent administration, but you might not have learned how DevOps can resolve many of them. From XML and NETCONF to data serialization and Ansible, Juniper is ready to make your job a lot better, and with this training you can find out how.

Skills You'll Learn in this Course

  • Network Programmability and Automation Foundations

    Entry 57 mins7 videos
  • Create a Junos Base Config for Automation

    Entry 38 mins6 videos
  • XML, JSON, and YAML Data Formats

    55 mins11 videos
  • Data Models and YANG

    Intermediate 40 mins6 videos
  • Develop for the Junos XML API and NETCONF

    Entry 39 mins7 videos
  • Use the Junos Python SDK: PyEZ

    26 mins7 videos
  • REST API Fundamentals

    Entry 22 mins5 videos
  • Explore and Program the Junos REST API

    Entry 17 mins6 videos
  • Install and Configure Ansible

    Entry 57 mins12 videos
  • Automate Juniper Networks with Ansible

    Entry 19 mins6 videos
  • Describe the Components for a CI/CD Pipeline

    Intermediate 21 mins5 videos
  • Identify the Principles of DevOps Practices

    Intermediate 17 mins5 videos
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