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JUNOS Automation Cookbook: Automate network devices on Juniper’s operating system

JUNOS Automation Cookbook: Automate network devices on Juniper’s operating system by Adam Chappell
English | 27 Sept. 2017 | ISBN: 1788290992 | ASIN: B076CRYYQZ | 382 Pages | AZW3 | 2.64 MB

Administer, configure, and monitor Junos in your organization

About This Book

Get well acquainted with security and routing policies to identify the use of firewall filters.
Learn to provide end-user authentication and protect each layer in an enterprise network.
A recipe-based guide that will help you configure and monitor Junos OS and basic device operations.

Who This Book Is For

This book targets network engineers, developers, support personals, and administrators who are working on devices running Junos OS and are looking at automating their organisation’s operations. Some understanding about Junos would be necessary

What You Will Learn

Start using NETCONF RPC standard and understand its usefulness in programming JUNOS
Write SLAX scripts to respond to events in the JUNOS environment
Automate JUNOS with PyEZ
Deal with events in the JUNOS environment, and writing response handlers to deal with them
Make the most of automation technologies to help with maintenance and monitoring of JUNOS
Use the Ansible framework to extend the automation functionality of Junos

In Detail

The JUNOS Automation Cookbook is a companion guide for the complex field of automating tasks on JUNOS devices. With a foundation in industry-standrd XML, JUNOS provides an ideal environment for programmatic interation, allowing you to build upon the capabilities provided by Juniper, with your own original code.

You will begin by learning about, and setting up, the industry-standard NETCONF remote procedure call mechanisms on your device. After initial setup, you’ll walk through SLAX – Juniper’s foundation scripting language – for manipulating XML representations of JUNOS concepts and elements. You’ll learn how to write your own SLAX scripts to customise the operating environment, and also how to write proactive event handlers that deal with situations as they happen.

You’ll then delve into PyEZ – Juniper’s bridging framework to make automation accessible to Python code – allowing you to build automation applications in the popular scripting language. You’ll witness some examples of how to write applications that can monitor configuration changes, implement BGP security policies and implement ad-hoc routing protocols, for those really tricky situations. You’ll also leaarn how asynchronous I/O frameworks like Node.js can be used to implement automation applications that present an acceptable web interface.

Along with way, you’ll explore how to make use of the latest RESTful APIs that JUNOS provides, how to visualize aspects of your JUNOS network, and how to integrate your automation capabilities with enterprise-wide orchestration systems like Ansible.

By the end of the book, you’ll be able to tackle JUNOS automation challenges with confidence and understanding, and without hassle.

Style and Approach

A guide that will cover all the automation tools along with steps on leveraging these tools





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