Developing with Cisco Network Programmability (NPDEV)


Developing with Cisco Network Programmability (NPDEV)

Developing with Cisco Network Programmability (NPEDEV)

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Software developers looking to automate the network infrastructure and utilize APIs and toolkits to interface with SDN controllers and individual devices.


Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:

      • There are no pre-reqs for attending this course.

Objetivos del curso

Whilst completing this course you will learn:

      • The basics of networking, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing and subnetting, functions of infrastructure components in a network, and the need for network programmability.
      • How to review data handling and formats.
      • About Cisco ACI, APIC-EM and Open SDN Controller technologies and conceptual frameworks, as well as how to make REST and Python requests.
      • About Cisco NSO framework and how to make REST, YANG, and Python requests.
      • How to Interpret and produce code to deploy configurations to multiple devices using RESTConf and NETConf.
      • How to Identify available network programmability developer tools and Cisco virtual platforms.

Contenido del curso

Networking Fundamentals

      • Describing the Components and Concepts of Network Programmability
      • Describing Networking Concepts and the OSI and TCP/IP Models
      • Describing the Functions of Infrastructure Components in a Network
      • Switching Concepts
      • Describing IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing and Subnetting
      • Routing Concepts

Device Programmability

      • Describing NETCONF, YANG, and RESTCONF
      • Programming Cisco IOS XE and XR Software
      • Programming Cisco ASA Software
      • Programming Cisco NX-OS Software

Cisco ACI

      • Describing Cisco ACI
      • Using Cisco APIC REST API
      • Cobra SDK and Arya

Cisco APIC-EM Module

      • Describing the Cisco APIC-EM Platform
      • Describing Cisco APIC-EM Services
      • Describing the Cisco APIC-EM Advanced Applications
      • Exploring Cisco APIC-EM REST APIs
      • Using Cisco APIC-EM Developer Resources for Postman and Python

OpenDaylight SDN Controller

      • Introducing the OpenDaylight SDN Controller
      • Working with the OpenDaylight Code

Network Programming Tools and Techniques

      • Describing Network Programming Tools and Techniques


      • Lab 1: Explore and Configure Device using CLI
      • Lab 2: Explore YANG Models
      • Lab 3: Use YANG Tools
      • Lab 4: Use NETCONF Via SSH
      • Lab 5: Use the pyang Tool for Sample XML
      • Lab 6: Use the ncclient Python Library
      • Lab 7: Use YDK
      • Lab 8: Use RESTCONF with Cisco IOS XE Software
      • Lab 9: Use the Documentation Pages
      • Lab 10: Run Native Python Scripts on Cisco NX-OS
      • Lab 11: Use Cisco NX-API on Cisco NX-OS
      • Lab 12: Configure Cisco NX-OS Device Using NETCONF and CLI
      • Lab 13: Use Cisco APIC Web GUI
      • Lab 14: Explore the ACI Toolkit
      • Lab 15: Use Postman for Cisco APIC Fabric Discovery
      • Lab 16: Use Python and Cisco APIC REST API
      • Lab 17: Use Cobra with Tenants and Related MOs
      • Lab 18: Use Arya to Generate Cobra Code
      • Lab 19: Access the Cisco APIC-EM Web User Interface
      • Lab 20: Configure Network Device Discovery Job
      • Lab 21: Work with Device Inventory
      • Lab 22: Use Locations and Tags
      • Lab 23: Create Cisco APIC-EM Internal Users and Examine User Roles
      • Lab 24: Use Browser Developer Tools to Examine REST APIs
      • Lab 25: Use the Swagger API Pages
      • Lab 26: Use Postman for Discovery
      • Lab 27: Use Python with Cisco APIC-EM
      • Lab 28: Use the Python uniq Library with Cisco APIC-EM
      • Lab 29: Install ODL Distribution and Use Karaf to Manage Features
      • Lab 30: Examine the Feature Manager Application
      • Lab 31: Examine the YANG UI Application
      • Lab 32: Experiment with OpenFlow
      • Lab 33: Experiment with NETCONF
      • Lab 34: Use ODL with Cisco IOS XR Software
      • Lab 35: Explore Nodes DLUX User Interface Application
      • Lab 36: Examine Toaster Service Sample Application
      • Lab 37: Examine ODL Inventory Model
      • Lab 38: Run Your Own ODL Distribution


300-560 – Developing with Cisco Network Programmability

Duración: 5 días

Precio: A consultar

Cisco Learning Credits: A consultar



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