Cisco DNA Programmability Fundamentals (DNAPF)

Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Programmability is a three-day, instructor-led, introductory course that will help you to become familiar with the SDN concepts, programmability, and integration that support Cisco and multi-vendor solutions to help usher customers into the new age of Software Defined Networks.

Retail Price: $2,895.00

Next Date: 12/19/2018

Course Days: 3


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About this Course

Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Programmability is a three-day, instructor-led, introductory course that will help you to become familiar with the SDN concepts, programmability, and integration that support Cisco and multi-vendor solutions to help usher customers into the new age of Software Defined Networks.

Audience Profile

This course is intended for the following audiences:

  • Cisco Systems Engineers
  • Channel Partner Systems Engineers
  • Field Engineers
  • Systems Architects
  • IT Managers

At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

  • Describe what is SDN and Network Programmability
  • Understand the Use Cases and Problems Solved with SDN
  • Understand the Digital Transformation and Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA)
  • Explain an overview of OpenFlow and Network Controllers
  • Explain an overview of Human Interaction DevOps-Style
  • Understand next steps to get customers ready

Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

  • Basic understanding of Enterprise Networking

Course Outline

Module 1: Programmable Infrastructure Overview

  • Lesson 1: Digital Enterprise Definition
  • Lesson 2: The 4 Pillars of Digitization (IoT, Mobility, Big Data, and Cloud)
  • Lesson 3: Digital Disruption
  • Lesson 4: What is Network Programmability?
  • Lesson 5: What to Automate?
  • Lesson 6: Business Benefits of Programmability
  • Lesson 7: Simplification
  • Lesson 8: Quantifying Programmability
  • Lesson 9: Programmability Use Cases

Module 2: Cisco's Digital Network Architecture (DNA)

  • Lesson 1: The Digital Business
  • Lesson 2: Digital Network Architecture Overview
  • Lesson 3: Digital Network Architecture Components
  • Lesson 4: Benefits of DNA
  • Lesson 5: DNA Use Cases
  • Lesson 6: Case Study:  NYU Security

Module 3: Cisco Programmable Infrastructure

  • Lesson 1: Programmability
  • Lesson 2: UCS
  • Lesson 3: Automation
  • Lesson 4: Enterprise Networking (APIC-EN, CMX, PI)
  • Lesson 5: Open Daylight (RESTCONF, NETCONF)
  • Lesson 6: DC Networking (ACI, NX-OS)
  • Lesson 7: Software Defined Storage
  • Lesson 8: Collaboration (Spark, Tropo, Acano)
  • Lesson 9: Management, Monitoring, and Analytics (UCS-D, DCNM)
  • Lesson 10: Case Study:  AMBU Health Board - Health Care Automation

Module 4: REST APIs and Python

  • Lesson 1: How API enables Business Automation
  • Lesson 2: What is REST?
  • Lesson 3: How to make a REST API Call
  • Lesson 4: REST API Request and Response
  • Lesson 5: Python Basics
  • Lesson 6: Python and JSON
  • Lesson 7: Using Python with Rest APIs
  • Lesson 8: Coding and Parsing with Python
  • Lesson 9: Use Case - Creating a List of Users

Module 5: Spark API

  • Lesson 1: Spark Automation Business Benefits
  • Lesson 2: Introduction to Spark API
  • Lesson 3: Using Spark API with Python
  • Lesson 4: Using Spark API with Postman
  • Lesson 5: Use Case - Wi-Fi Public and Guest Access
  • Lesson 6: Use Case - Post Message in a Spark Room

Module 6: Cisco Mobility Experience (CMX) APIs

  • Lesson 1: CMX Programmability Benefits
  • Lesson 2: Introduction to CMX 10 Mobility Services
  • Lesson 3: CMX 10 Mobility Services REST API
  • Lesson 4: CMX Deep Dive using the Notifications Resource
  • Lesson 5: Programming CMX Notifications for Applications and 3rd Party Systems
  • Lesson 6: CMX/MSE REST API
  • Lesson 7: Use Case - Find the IP Address of the WLC
  • Lesson 8: Case Study: University of Melbourne - Wi-Fi Analytics

Module 7: APIC-EM and Rest APIs

  • Lesson 1: APIC-EM Automation Enterprise Benefits
  • Lesson 2: Controller Basics
  • Lesson 3: APIC-EM Overview
  • Lesson 4: APIC-EM Applications and Use Cases
  • Lesson 5: APIC-EM REST API Python
  • Lesson 6: Application Design for Python with APIC-EM
  • Lesson 7: Use Case - Find out the Device Name using the IP Address
  • Lesson 8: Case Study: Symantec - Network Automation

Module 8: RESTCONF, NETCONF, and YANG

  • Lesson 1: Why Models are Important
  • Lesson 2: Standard Device Interfaces
  • Lesson 3: YANG Data Modeling
  • Lesson 4: NETCONF Protocol
  • Lesson 5: RESTCONF Protocol
  • Lesson 6: Programming with NETCONF and Python
  • Lesson 7: Use Case - Create a Python Script to retrieve Interface Stats with NETCONF/YANG and post to Spark

Module 9: Implementing DevOps

  • Lesson 1: The Transition to DevOps
  • Lesson 2: Spark for Human Interactions
  • Lesson 3: Tropo for Human Interactions
  • Lesson 4: NeXt UI Tool Kit
  • Lesson 5: Programming using Spark, Tropo, and NeXt
  • Lesson 6: Use Case - Post Message from a Tropo Script to Cisco Spark Spaces

Labs

  • Lab 1: Python Introduction - Creating a List of Users
  • Lab 2: Spark REST ACI - Create a Room and Invite People - PostMan
  • Lab 3: Spark API - Wi-Fi Public and Guest Access - Python
  • Lab 4: CMX - Find the IP Address of the WLC
  • Lab 5: APIC-EM - Find out the Device Name using the IP Address
  • Lab 6: NETCONF - Create a Python Script to retrieve Interface Stats with NETCONF/YANG and Post to Spark
  • Lab 7: NeXt UI Tool Kit - Building a Network Topology
  • Lab 8: Spark and Tropo - Bring together Labs 2 and 5 to create Trouble Ticket Automation
Course Dates Course Times (EST) Delivery Mode GTR
12/19/2018 - 12/21/2018 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Virtual Enroll
12/19/2018 - 12/21/2018 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Virtual Enroll