Automating network management is key to scaling operations for any network, be it commercial, government, or education. This course teaches the theory of network management and free, open source tools for its practice. Knowledge from this hands-on course can help small teams operate big networks with ease.
This 2-day workshop is being held in conjunction with PhNOG 2018.
Visit the PhNOG website for details and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/phnog-2018-conference-tickets-42888993133
Network Engineers, Systems Administrators, and Developers with command-line experience. A basic knowledge of the Linux command line is required to get the best out of this brief workshop.
Participants must bring laptops with Wi-Fi connectivity and an SSH client (PuTTY) or the ability to install one.
Comprehensive management of network devices & services will be explored and implemented. Each participant will work in their own Linux virtual machine to install and configure a number of network monitoring and management tools.
- Introduction to Network Monitoring and Management
- Log management
- Lab exercises
- Configuration Management
- RANCID with WebSVN lab
- Ticketing Systems
- RT lab
Maximum number of attendees
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