This Week: Master Junos Automation Programming

By Jeremy Schulman & Curtis Call

  • Release Date : 2011-07-15
  • Genre : Network
  • FIle Size : 0.47 MB

Description

This Week: Master Junos Automation Programming This Week: Master Junos Automation Programming
Junos automation scripting, known in the field simply as Junos scripting, is a key technology and a fundamental capability that enables you to automate your Junos devices for your own (and unique) operational requirements. You can deploy Junos scripts on any Juniper Networks device that runs the Junos operating system, such as the highly successful MX Mid-Range series (MX5/ 10/40/ 80 routers), the M- and T series of routers, the EX series of Ethernet switches, and the SRX Services Gateways series of network devices. That’s a lot of powerful iron.

The most common knowledge shift for many new Junos automation developers is to ac- quire a good grasp of the XSLT programming paradigm. While many programmers may be familiar with procedural languages such as Perl and Java, the transformation nature and programming framework of XSLT could be new. So This Week: Mastering Junos Automation Programming is written from the perspective of a “classical” script programmer, teaching you about the specific tasks and functions of the Junos automation development environment. Spend a week with this book and you’ll be able to write, deploy, and debug Junos automation scripts.

“Mastering Junos Automation Programming provides all the information you need to quickly harness the power of Junos scripting and automation. This book teaches the reader SLAX, a friendlier, more concise alternative to XSLT, through clear instruction, countless example scripts, and helpful comparisons to other common programming languages and concepts. All the while the authors provide best practices and valuable tips for overcoming common obstacles when scripting with SLAX.”
Skyler Bingham, Security Development Engineer, Global Crossing

LEARN SOMETHING NEW ABOUT JUNOS THIS WEEK:
• Interact with Junos using the XML API. 
• Use advanced print -formatting and regular-expression processing. 
• Understand advanced file storage and “scratch memory” usage. 
• Create complex XPath expression techniques for Junos automation. 
• Review techniques for integrating Junos automation with your management systems. 
• Research advanced event scripting topics.

Published by Juniper Networks Books.

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