In recent years, IT industries are speeding up to automate their Network because why not? The traditional method is slow and manual that requires to redo configuration settings every time there is new data inserted into a table. And, not just this, there are many benefits of python and more valid reasons why organizations are adapting to Network automation like:
- Reduce Errors
- Optimize performance
- Simplify Network management
- Free-Up IT Staff for Higher-Value Tasks
- Make the Network More Dynamic
Ever since the tech giant in the networking industry, Cisco has announced DevNet (Development Network) as its newly added track for the associate-level and professional-level certification, organizations are looking for Network Automation Engineer.
But implementing automation to a network infrastructure requires professionals with skills to manage a network more efficiently with Network Programmability. Unfortunately, Network Engineers have no programmability skills, which prevents them from sitting fit to hiring managers’ job criteria.
That is why PyNet Labs has come up with Python for Cisco Network Engineers + DevNet Associate (DEVASC 200-901) program training that helps you develop Python programming fundamental skills required for Network Engineers.
Benefits of taking Python for Cisco Network Engineers + DevNet Associate Course Training
This course training from PyNet Labs fully benefits Network Engineers seeking to use Network Programming to simplify or automate their tasks. They will learn Python from scratch during their training and get in-depth with DEVASC – Cisco Associate-level Certification learnings.
Some of the major benefits of this training program:
You get 2 for 1 Training:
As you know, to start with (DEVASC 200-901) Associate-level certification training in the DevNet track, you must have programmability skills. To begin with, DEVASC certification training, an aspiring Network Engineer has to take PRNE (Programming for Network Engineer) v1.0 training first. Which for sure isn’t a feasible option for many Network Engineers.
But PyNet Labs has a solution, i.e., Python for Cisco Network Engineers + DEVASC training program where you pay for only one-course training and get to learn two Cisco’s programs.
2. Get ready for DevNet 200-901 Exam:
Python for Cisco Network Engineers + DEVASC course training helps you prepare for Cisco’s Associate-level certification (DEVASC 200-901) exam. After passing this global certification exam, you earn a Cisco Certified DevNet Associate credential that validates your skills in software development, application development and security, infrastructure automation, and knowledge in implementing basic network applications using Cisco platforms as a base.
Also, you gain skills to pursue Cisco’s professional-level certifications like (DEVCOR 350-901) Core certification in DevNet Track, (DEVIOT 300-915) one of the concentration certifications in DevNet Track, and more.
3. Learn Python from scratch in context to Network Engineer:
Python is the most popular programming language, and it’s becoming a more valuable skill in the Industry. Python’s easy-to-read-and-code syntax and its dynamic and powerful libraries have made it easy for many programmers and big tech companies to switch to Python replacing many old and lengthy coding languages. This programming language has proven itself beneficial in many fields like Data Science, AI, dynamic web apps. Android applications and now computer networking. So, it’s a must-have skill for Network Engineers.
During PCNE + DEVASC training from PyNet Labs, you get to learn Python from scratch before jumping into DEVASC/DevNet learnings.
4. Hands-on labs for provisioning Network Devices using Python:
The PCNE + DEVASC course at PyNet Labs’ total training duration is 45 hours consisting of 20% Theory and 80% Practical. A huge part of these training hours is devoted to hands-on lab practicing because we understand how important it is for Network Engineers to implement, configure, and deploy a network and its networking devices using Python on their own. More hours of lab training help you build your lab using Industry Standard Development Environment.
5. Become a Network Automation Engineer:
Network Automation is the PRESENT and FUTURE, and Network Automation Engineers are the ones who will be the ones taking the lead in implementing automation to network infrastructure. Since this program training needs no technical background, it’s suitable for anyone looking to get trained in today’s most trending technology. Some of the Network Automation Protocols and APIs you will be learning during this training is REST API, NETCONF, RESTCONF, etc.
Webinar on Benefit of Python for Network Engineers + DEVASC Course Training
Here is the Webinar on the benefit of Python for Network Engineers + DEVASC course training for your better understanding.
The Python for Cisco Network Engineers + DevNet Associate course training at PyNet Labs comes with flexible batches available for weekdays and weekends where get incomparable training benefits like:
- Training from experienced industrial trainer having 10+ years of training experience.
- You can ask your doubts live
- We will provide everyday class recordings (lifetime access)
- Study materials will be provided
- 20 % of Theory and 80% of hands-on practical
- Total Duration – 40 Hours Training
- PyNet Labs’ certificate comes with a unique certificate number that validates candidates for Cisco training.
Also, you can learn CCNA for free before taking this course training and brush up on your foundational networking skills.
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So, why not switch to online PCNE + DEVASC training rather than spending your time and money on two Cisco courses. Our training facilities are flexible for any working professional from different time zone. All you need for Python for Cisco Network Engineers + DEVASC Course Training from PyNet Labs is an Internet connection and a laptop to learn trending networking skills and elevate your career in the Network Automation field.
For online PCNE + DEVASC training at PyNet Labs, we are announcing the dates of the new batch. The new batch details for Weekdays and Weekends are here for you,