Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 4.01 GB | Duration: 8h 31m
With Ratnesh K 2xCCIE #61380
What you’ll learn
This Course is intended to provide technical guidance to learn Basics for Programming & use the knowledge to operate Cisco DNAC
This course will teach you how to integrate programmability and automation in the Cisco®-powered Enterprise Campus using programming concepts, orchestration, telemetry, and automation tools to create
No more box-by-box configuration and deployment. Using intent-based policy, Cisco DNA automation capabilities transform previously manual onboarding, configuration, provisioning, and software management processes to simplify and scale network operations and greatly minimize configuration errors.
Features and benefits
Cisco DNA automation replaces manual chores with a more agile and effective process based on four sets of capabilities: visibility, intent, deployment, and management.
Automatically discover devices to get end-to-end network visibility and a network inventory.
Define how you intend your network to work, and translate that intent into automation.
No more guessing about configurations. Simply plug in a network device to onboard it automatically.
Help ensure end-to-end network consistency and performance with the right software image management for every device.
Components of Cisco DNA automation
Cisco DNA software
Help enable continuous innovation through software updates. Choose from three licensing tiers for your access points, switches, and routers.
Cisco DNA Center
Manage automation and assurance for your entire network from a central dashboard.
Cisco DNA infrastructure
Deploy Cisco software-programmable access points, switches, routers, and other devices to help enable automation capabilities.
Get more from your intent-based network with Cisco Customer Experience services.
Learn how to extend automation across the enterprise via open APIs.
Cisco DNA Center security
Integrate with Cisco security solutions such as Umbrella, Stealthwatch, firewalls, and wIPS.