Advanced Junos Platform Automation and DevOps (AJAUT)

$1,500.00

  • Duration: 3 days

This three-day course provides hands-on experience with DevOps, and infrastructure as code (IaC) with devices running the Junos OS. You will learn the tools needed to operate an open-source DevOps environment, including Docker, GitLab, Ansible, The Robot Framework, and Jenkins. Hands-on labs include utilizing the tools to build a working DevOps project using two Juniper vMX devices.

Objectives
After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
• Understand DevOps and how DevOps process can improve Junos Automation.
• Create, configure, and manage Docker Containers.
• Use GitLab as a repository for code and configuration data.
• Use Ansible and Jinja2 templates to configure multiple Junos devices.
• Use Ansible to enforce design constraints using templates.
• Use Ansible to build Ansible playbooks that work in multi-vendor environments.
• Install and configure Robot to perform automated tests on Junos devices.
• Use Jenkins to implement continuous code and configuration integration.
• Understand DevOps and how DevOps process can improve Junos Automation.
• Create, configure, and manage Docker Containers.
• Use GitLab as a repository for code and configuration data.
• Use Ansible and Jinja2 templates to configure multiple Junos devices.
• Use Ansible to enforce design constraints using templates.
• Use Ansible to build Ansible playbooks that work in multi-vendor environments.
• Install and configure Robot to perform automated tests on Junos devices.
• Use Jenkins to implement continuous code and configuration integration.
• Implement a DevOps automated lab testing solution.
Course Content
Day 1
Chapter 1: Course Introduction
Chapter 2: Introduction to DevOps and Event Driven Infrastructure
• DevOps
• Infrastructure as Code
• Event Driven Infrastructure (EDI)
Chapter 3: Using Docker for DevOps
• Introduction to Docker Containers
• Installing and Configuring Docker
• Managing Docker Networking
• Managing Applications Running in Docker
• Monitoring and Troubleshooting Docker
• Lab 1: Using Docker Containers
Chapter 4: Using GitLab as a Configuration and Code Repository
• Version Control Workflow
• Git and GitLab Explained
• GitLab Install Overview
• Creating GitLab Projects
• Creating Git Repositories
• Staging and Committing Files
• Cloning and Pushing Repository Data
• Branching and Merging
• Resolving Merge Conflicts
• Lab 2: Using GitLab
Day 2
Chapter 5: Using Ansible to Manage Networking Devices
• Review of Ansible Basics
• Using Ansible with Jinja2 Templates
• Using Ansible to Enforce Network Design Constrains Using Templates
• Using Ansible for (NOOB) Deployments while Maintaining Idempotency
• Managing Devices Running Junos OS using Ansible Roles
• Creating Multivendor Playbooks
• Using GitLab with Ansible for Automated Version Control
• Lab 3:Using Ansible in a DevOps Environment
Day 3
Chapter 6: Robot Framework
• Robot Overview
• Examine the pybot_jrouter Module
• Creating Robot Framework Keywords
• Creating Robot Framework Resource Files
• Perform Automated Testing using Robot
• Automated Testing - Use Case
• Lab 4: Automation Testing with the Robot Framework
Chapter 7: Jenkins
• Jenkins Overview
• Creating Process Automation using Jenkins
• Installing and using the Robot Plugin for Jenkins
• Retrieving Repository Data from a Git Repository
• Executing Ansible Playbooks from within Jenkins
• Lab 5: Junos Process Automation with Jenkins

This three-day course provides hands-on experience with DevOps, and infrastructure as code (IaC) with devices running the Junos OS. You will learn the tools needed to operate an open-source DevOps environment, including Docker, GitLab, Ansible, The Robot Framework, and Jenkins. Hands-on labs include utilizing the tools to build a working DevOps project using two Juniper vMX devices.

Additional information

date

26 Nov 2019

locations

Sydney Juniper JNCIA

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