Chris Jackson - Practical Python for DevOps Engineers LiveLessons
Chris Jackson – Practical Python for DevOps Engineers LiveLessons
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Chris Jackson - Practical Python for DevOps Engineers LiveLessons
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 46 Lessons (3h 57m) | Size: 4.73 GB
Overview: Practical Python for DevOps Engineers LiveLessons is designed to expand your understanding of concepts and strategies for operating your infrastructure effectively in the ever-changing digital landscape. Taught by best-selling author Chris Jackson, the course will provide explanations of the basic and intricate techniques of automation and programmability in an effortless manner.

Practical Python for DevOps Engineers LiveLessons will begin with the overview of Python from its syntax to working with variables and data types. The course will cover other Python related topics like Object Oriented Programming, Python Modules, UnitTest module, and Python Programming. In addition to the Python topics, the course will dive into the topic of API, where the section will cover the fundamentals of API and its common usage.
Topics include:
Getting Started with Python
Object Oriented Programming and Python
Unit Testing
Working with Data in Python
What is an API?
Working with REST APIs
Making an API Call With Python
About the Instructor: Chris Jackson is a Distinguished Systems Engineer in the Cisco World Wide Sales and Partner Training organization. Chris is focused on all aspects of Cisco Data Center and Cloud from not only a technology perspective but through thought leadership in helping Cisco and customers better leverage the business transformational aspects these technologies provide. He holds dual CCIEs in security and routing and switching, CISA, CISSP, ITIL v3, seven SANS certifications, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Residing in Franklin, Tennessee, Chris enjoys tinkering with RC drones, robotics, and anything else that can be programmed to do his bidding. In addition, he is a black belt in Taekwondo and a rabid Star Wars fan and has a ridiculous collection of Legos. His wife, Barbara, and three children, Caleb, Sydney, and Savannah are the true joys of his life and proof that not everything has to plug in to a wall outlet to be fun.
Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Learn How To: Program Cisco infrastructure devices Implement DevOps automation Create a more agile and flexible IT environment
Who Should Take This Course: This course is intended for anyone who has IT infrastructure and would like to learn how to use emerging technologies to automate and simplify operations.
Course Requirements: Basic understanding of networking infrastructure equipment Computer literacy, PC operating system knowledge, and Internet knowledge Hands-on experience with the Python programming language
Table of Contents: Lesson 1: Getting Started with Python 1.1 Python Primer 1.2 Python Syntax 1.3 Variables and Data Types 1.4 Input and Output 1.5 Conditionals and Loops 1.6 Functions
Lesson 2: Object Oriented Programming and Python 2.1 Understanding Object Oriented Programming 2.2 Creating a Class in Python 2.3 Methods 2.4 Inheritance
Lesson 3: Modules 3.1 Understanding Python Modules 3.2 Importing a Module 3.3 Importing and Using Your Own Modules 3.4 Useful Modules for Infrastructure Automation
Lesson 4: Unit Testing 4.1 What is a Unit Test? 4.2 Using the Unittest Module in Python
Lesson 5: Working with Data in Python 5.1 File Input and Output 5.2 Comparing XML, JSON, and YAML 5.3 Parsing CSV in Python 5.4 Parsing XML in Python 5.5 Parsing JSON in Python 5.5 Parsing YAML in Python
Lesson 6: What is an API? 6.1 Understanding APIs 6.2 REST 6.3 SOAP 6.4 RPC 6.5 Common Usage Patterns With Webhooks 6.6 Interpret an API Sequence Diagram
Lesson 7: Working with REST APIs 7.1 REST: HTTP Foundation 7.2 REST: HTTP Headers and Response Codes 7.3 REST: API Authentication 7.4 Understanding Rate Limiting 7.5 Constructing a REST API Request
Lesson 8: Making an API Call With Python 8.1 Constructing an API Call with Python Requests Library 8.2 Making the Call and Parsing the Returned Information 8.3 Troubleshooting API Calls