Day One: Junos PyEZ Cookbook

By Peter Klimai

  • Release Date : 2017-11-02
  • Genre : Network
  • FIle Size : 1.41 MB

Description

Day One: Junos PyEZ Cookbook Day One: Junos PyEZ Cookbook is a complete network automation cookbook with a set-up guide, a start-up sandbox, and a complete showcase of automation scripts that are readily available on GitHub. The cookbook is a joint effort by Juniper’s engineers and all the many Junos users and customers who want to show you how ‘EZ’ network automation can be. You don’t have to be a coder when you can leverage Junos as your network OS. 

“The decision to read a technical book involves a cost-benefit analysis. ‘Is the information I’m going to learn worth my time and energy?’ If you’re currently operating a network of Juniper devices using the Junos OS command line interface, then the unequivocal answer is ‘Yes!’ Written by an experienced team of Juniper’s customers, ambassadors, partners, and employees, Day One: Junos PyEZ Cookbook demonstrates its authors’ real-world experience in operating and automating networks. More importantly, the book breaks what could be daunting tasks into small and relevant recipes. You will be creating useful network automation tools with the Junos PyEZ library on day one. Happy Automating!”
Stacy Smith, Sr. Software Developer for Junos Automation, Juniper Networks,Co-Author of Automating Junos Administration

IT’S DAY ONE AND YOU HAVE A JOB TO DO, SO LEARN HOW TO: 
• Understand Basic Python Concepts; Get the Downloads and Resources to Set Up Your Lab 
• Automate NETCONF Service Activation 
• Learn Terminal Server Mapping 
• Check File System Directory Usage on Multiple Devices in Parallel 
• Configure Devices using Junos PyEZ and Jinja2 Templates 
• Take a Snapshot on ACXs Access Routers 
• Extract Operational Data from Devices Running on a Bridge Domain Environment 
• Reserve Bandwidth for MPLS Access Rings 
• Add a Graphical Interface to the PyEZ Script 
• Monitor IPSEC Tunnels 
• Work with Junos Enhanced Auto-provision Process (JEAP) 
• Code PyEZ for On-box Scripts 
• Automate Network Testing with Junos PyEZ 
• Create a Menu Script for Address Book Editing 
• Provision L3VPN Services on PE Routers 
• Identify and Disable Unused Interfaces with Ansible 
• Track Down IP Conflicts with PyEZ 
• Code a Configuration Audit Using XML Schema (XSD) 

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