- How to install NetYCE software
- Install update patch
- Add/Import CMDB Nodes
- Basic Command Jobs
- Configuration Change Management
- NCCM demo
- Templating with Basic Command Jobs
- Use case 1 - Basic command jobs
- Use case 2 - Basic Command Jobs
- Going the API way
Building network automation solutions can be complex and challenging. As a network engineer, you basically have to choose between learning programming in Python or Ansible. Or keep using Excel and notepad ;-)
But keep in mind, if you are new to the Networking field, this course can be too difficult for you. So be sure that you at least understand the basics of networking before you step into the Network Automation world.
We'll teach you how to build network automation solutions in no time without coding and with the same flexibility. Sounds good? We even guarantee that you can build and deploy your first automation solution in less than 1 hour and use it for FREE!
How? We developed and implemented the GUI based automation platform NetYCE already at many customers for over 15 years. The platform lets you automate any network in no time without coding.
We give the core NetYCE engine for FREE including a course to get you up and running in less than 1 hour. No strings attached. You even get a lifetime license for unlimited production nodes.
This means you'll get full configuration management and job automation functionality without any limitations. Learn more below.
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About the instructors
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Pieter van Os
Solution Architect at netYCE
Pieter has years of hands on experience in using and implementing netYCE
In his earlier job at Rabobank, as a Network Engineer he was responsible for all network equipment within the Rabobank Enterprise.
The network consists of 5000 network nodes distributed in the Netherlands. After almost two years he was assigned as Delivery Engineer where his main focus lays on network automation using netYCE.
One of the latest project Pieter worked on was migrating a local bank service from Cisco network nodes to our new HP network nodes using netYCE.
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