Linux for Networking Engineers (CCNA, CCNP, CCIE and so forth). Sensible Linux with GNS3 = community programmability & automation
- CCNA or primary networking information
It is crucial for you as a community engineer to study Linux!
Why? There are numerous causes together with:
1) Lots of community working programs are primarily based on Linux, or have a Linux shell you possibly can entry, or use Linux sort instructions. I am going to present you an instance utilizing Cisco, Arista and Cumulus Linux.
2) Community Automation instruments resembling Ansible do not run the command node on Home windows. You’re in all probability going to make use of Linux with instruments resembling Ansible, Netmkio, NAPALM and different community automation instruments.
3) SDN controllers resembling OpenDaylight, ONOS, RYU and APIC-EM run on Linux.You can find that many SDN instruments require Linux.
4) DevOps instruments resembling git work greatest with Linux.
5) IoT units usually run Linux
6) A brand new breed of community units from firms like Fb, Microsoft and Cumulus Linux use Linux.
There are much more causes, however be sure you do not get left behind! You as a community engineer begin studying Linux.
This course teaches foundational Linux information with out assuming that you’ve any Linux expertise. Be taught virtually with GNS3!
Learn to configure Linux networking, tips on how to create customers and assign permissions, tips on how to set up and run Linux providers resembling DNS and DHCP.
The course makes use of numerous GNS3 topologies with units resembling:
1) Linux Docker containers
2) Linux GNS3 QEMU digital machines
3) Conventional Linux digital mahcines
4) Community units – you would use Cisco, Arista, Cumulus Linux or others
Do you wish to see one thing else added to the course? Simply let me know. I prefer to get your suggestions on methods I can enhance the course and add extra content material that you simply assume is related.
Networking is altering. Be sure you maintain updated!
All the perfect!
DavidWho this course is for:
- Community Engineers
- Community Architects
- Anybody who wish to study Linux from a networking perspective