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Our core automation training bringing you from zero (or any other) level to the expert level knowledge in Network Automation.
Covered network vendors: Cisco, Nokia, Arista, Cumulus
Covered technologies: Linux/KVM/Docker, YANG / JSON / XML / YAML / Protobuf, VS Code, SSH / NETCONF / RESTCONF / GNMI, Ansible / Bash / Jinja2 / Python, NetBox fundamentals
Our advanced automation training bringing focusing on Nornir, which is one of the most popular and successful automation frameworks.
Covered network vendors: Cisco, Nokia, Arista, Cumulus
Covered technologies: Python/Nornir, Text-Based and Model-Driven Automation, 4S Automation Development, SSH(paramiko/scp/scrapli) / NETCONF(ncclient) / GNMI (pygnmi), Nornir to NetBox integration
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Maksim ParfenchykHead of Data Network Planning Department, A1 BLR
Training from karneliuk.com is very good. The instructor explains the principles of automation and the associated tools. After the course our employees know the most popular and useful tools, how to deal with them (the practice is also big part of the training) and for which purpose. Now our company is ready to dive deeper in the network automation. We have enough knowledge and practice to move to the next step, which is the development and deployment of the network automation.
Ahmed AboutalebSolutions Architect Ethernet/IP (EMEA), Ciena
I have taken the Training for Network Automation last Feb/March , i highly recommend this Training for Network experts looking to understand how modern networks should be programmed.
The course gets really deep in lots of languages/scripts (python, Ansible, bash, PS...etc) . All that is done with Handson guides/examples that you can easily build. I can say no CLI knowledge is needed for any vendors.. you just need to look into Network elements from a different view a perfect training for all Networks engineers That will make you look differently into you discussions.
Again, I would highly recommend this training , Anton really took it to another level there...
Razvan GilceavaIP/NPI Engineer, NOKIA
In the past 10 weeks, I actively participated in one of the best network automation course in the current market place. This course was prepared and presented by Anton Karneliuk who is a well prepared, professional trainer, and an exceptional network engineer. He shared his knowledge consistently and in a very transparent way.
The journey was difficult but very satisfying. We started with Linux, KVM, and Docker and continued with the data formats(XML, JSON, YAML). We went further and talked about the main protocols (SSH/CLI, NETCONF, RESTCONF, gNMI) and data models(YANG)
Of course, we did not stop there and we discussed how we use these protocols and we got to Network Programmability(NETCONF, YANG, RESTCONF).
In the end, we used configuration management tools(Ansible) or directly using programming/scripting skills(Python) to manage our Network devices. And yes, it was a multivendor(NOKIA, ARISTA, CUMULUS, CISCO) environment. Time for NetDevOps has come !
Eric LeungNetwork Operation Team Lead (APAC), Bloomberg
I would recommend the Network Automation training to anyone who have been working in the industry for a period of time and prepare to become the next generation of network engineers. The approach of the course is structured and organised to understand a lot of different network automation toolsets. Theories, live coding demo and lab assignments are well balanced in the course to help me demystify all sorts of puzzle I had before. I am happy with my pick on the course.
Frequently Asked Questions
The training are conducted online either in live or self-paced format. Therefore, you need a PC or laptop with a microphone, speaker and camera. It is also supposed that you conduct all the labs on your PC as well, what would require to have at least 8 GB RAM (16 GB RAM is preferable), 4 cores CPU and 40GB free disk space.
Yes, the live training could be provided on a custom schedule just for your company with at least 5 participants. It is also possible to bring tailor content to your particular topics. Leave a request in the form below.
In order to provide the best quality of materials, a room for ad-hoc experiments and time for in-depth discussions, the maximum amount of student per group is limited to 10 persons.
All live-sessions are recorded and shared afterwards, so you will have a life-time access to the videos anytime via our online platform.
The main advantage of the life training compared to self-paced is an opportunity to ask as many questions as you need. As the course consists of lab exercises after each session, this is a great way to find a help during the session by asking extra clarifications if something is unclear. After such a collaboration you will be confident in your new skills as nothing will pass you by.
All our trainers have extensive experience in designing, building, operating and automating the network and IT infrastructure in many countries in the world. Therefore, each session you have an opportunity to learn how the real life automation works. The instructors' team is led by Anton (MSc InfoSec, BSc Telecommunication, 2x CCIE), who constantly updates the content of all trainings, creates new and maintains open source Python projects (e.g., pygnmi, HAWK, and others).
All our student who has finished any training with us, can get a special discount for the other courses.
Yes, we offer a one-to-one session too, where our team will solve any theoretical or practical issues in the area of Automation and IT. Please leave your request below with a short description of your issue and deadlines, so we can organise the best way to assist you.