Network Automation Without Programming Using Netyce





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Network Automation Without Programming Using Netyce

Building runtime automations in less than 1hour – Free Course

What you’ll learn

  • Network Automation
  • No Programming required
  • Best ansible alternativeNetwork Configuration and Change Management
  • netYCE
  • No Python Required
  • No Yang Modelling Required
  • No XML Required
  • Works with Cisco devices
  • Works with Juniper devices too
  • python
  • Requirements
  • No Programming Knowledge necessary
  • Basic Networking Skills


Become a network automation hero,the smart way.

Building network automation solutions can be complex and challenging. As a network engineer, you basically have to choose between learning programming in Python or Ansible. Or keep using Excel and notepad 😉

But keep in mind, if you are new to the Networking field, this course can be to difficult for you. So be sure that you atleast understand the basics of networking before you step in the on Network Automation world.

We’ll teach you how to build network automation solutions in no time without coding and with the same flexibility. Sounds good? We even guarantee that you can build and deploy your first automation solution in less than 1 hour and use it for FREE!

How? We developed and implemented the GUI based automation platform netYCE already at many customers for over 15 years. The platform lets you automate any network in no time without coding. We also created online courses where we teach network engineers how to build any solution they want and become true automation heroes.

We give the core netYCE engine for FREE including a course to get you up and running in less than 1 hour. No strings attached. You even get a lifetime license for unlimited production nodes.

This means you’ll get full configuration management and job automation functionality without any limitation. Learn more below.

Network automation has never been this easy.

Author(s): Pieter van Os

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