Introduction to Python for Network Engineers
This foundational Python for Network Engineers training prepares network administrators to not just automate the behavior of your network and network devices but improve their efficiency and speed with Python.
Python is one of the most popular and widely used programming languages in the world. It's even more popular in the networking world thanks to the level of control it gives administrators and engineers over software-defined networking. With Python, it's possible to automate all sorts of network behaviors, saving you time and money.
This Introduction to Python for Network Engineers training will walk you through Python's many pieces and elements that you can incorporate into your network. You'll learn the best network-oriented lists, dictionaries, libraries and modules and how to use them to solve your own unique problems.
For supervisors, this Python training can be used to onboard new network administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Python reference resource.
Python for Network Engineers: What You Need to Know
This Python for Network Engineers training has videos that cover Python topics including:
- Automating complex network configurations
- Managing software-defined networking
- Writing with objects, variables, strings, loops and functions
- Incorporating lists, tuples, dictionaries, libraries and modules into your code
- Scripting the behavior of routers, switches and other network devices
Who Should Take This Python Training?
This Python for Network Engineers training is considered foundational-level programming training, which means it was designed for network administrators with 1 to 3 years in network experience, but no experience at all in Python.
Python training. This Python for Network Engineers course will familiarize you with what Python is capable of and how to read and write basic scripts written in it, opening up possibilities for you and readying you for further study.
New or aspiring IT professionals. If you're getting ready to start a career in network administration, learning Python early in your career could be one of the best long-term investments you could make. After this Introduction to Python for Network Engineers training, you'll get a glimpse of how much of your work you can automate and script. Then, as you progress through your career, you'll keep finding new ways to speed up and automate your work.