Cisco Network Programmability Lab v1 now available!

Document created by lamarsh on Jan 13, 2016Last modified by lamarsh on Jan 14, 2016
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Overview


This lab provides hands-on experience to reinforce basic concepts introduced in that Introduction to Infrastructure Programmability 7 module series.

Check it out here: Cisco Network Programmability Lab v1

 

Scenarios

 

  • Scenario 1: Linux Basics Lab
  • Scenario 2: Installing the GNOME Desktop
  • Scenario 3: Working with Git
  • Scenario 4: Installing and Using PyCharm
  • Scenario 5: API and Python Module Exercise
  • Scenario 6: Nexus 9K Automation Lab
  • Scenario 7: Virtualization Lab

 

Requirements

 

RequiredOptional
  • Laptop
  • Cisco AnyConnect

 

 

Components

 

  • CentOS 7 virtual machine
  • PC workstation at 198.18.133.252
    • Includes PuTTY with shortcut for CentOS client VM
    • Google Chrome

 

Features

 

Linux virtual machine
  • Flexible network layout and connections
  • Intuitive interface for creating network configurations
  • Run user interface locally and perform computations in the cloud
Cisco Nexus 9000
  • The Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches offer both modular (9500 switches) and fixed (9300 switches) 1,10, 40, and 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GE) configurations designed to operate in one of two modes:
    • Cisco NX-OS mode for traditional architectures and consistency across the Cisco Nexus portfolio
    • ACI mode to take full advantage of the policy-focused services and infrastructure automation features of the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI)

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