Python Programming for Cisco Network Engineers (PCNE)

Overview


Python Programming for Cisco Network Engineers (PCNE) training course is designed to learn from the basics of Python programming to the specific skills and tools needed to manage network devices en masse using programming and reduces implementation time for software-based technologies in a Cisco enterprise.

Target Audience:

This course is recommended for engineers who implement software-based technologies in a Cisco enterprise or configure/manage network devices.

Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Classroom Training*
Duration : 5 Days
Fee :  Dubai : $2,600 , India : $1,790


January
06-10 (Delhi)
12-16 (Dubai)
13-17 (Bangalore)
20-24 (Chennai)
February
03-07 (Delhi)
09-13 (Dubai)
10-14 (Bangalore)
March
02-06 (Delhi)
08-12 (Dubai)
09-13 (Bangalore)
Instructor-Led Online Training
Duration : 5 Days
Fee :  $2,000


January
06-10
12-16
13-17
20-24
February
03-07
09-13
10-14
March
02-06
08-12
09-13
Fly-Me-a-Trainer
Duration : 5 Days
Fee : On Request
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience

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Course Prerequisites

  • Understanding of Cisco networking devices is required.
  • Understanding of ACI is useful but not a prerequisite.
  • Understanding of programming or Python is NOT required.


  • Introduction
  • Fundamental Python programming
  • Python data structure
  • Using Python to read from and write to a file
  • Python loops and conditional code
  • GitHub
  • Programming Python Functions
  • Python Libraries, Packages, and Modules
  • Integrated Development Environments
  • Python code analysis and error handling
  • Cisco-supported APIs and automation protocols
  • Cisco IOS XE RESTCONF API
  • Cisco IOS XE NETCONF API
  • Cisco ASA REST API
  • Cisco Nexus NX-OS APIs
  • YANG data model
  • Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure
  • Cisco ACI whitelists
  • Extracting XML and JSON from the Cisco ACI
  • Modifying the ACI policy with Postman and Python
  • The Cisco ACI Visore tool
  • Cisco UCS topology
  • Configuring UCS with Python