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Arista Cloud Engineer, New Customer Training - Campus

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Arista ACE

Campus

NCT
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SKILLS ACQUIRED
Focused on the 3 main areas that are requested the most during typical new deployments: re-tooling the operations teams to use EOS, understanding Campus wired and wireless technologies, and leveraging CloudVision to reduce OPEX.
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WHO IS IT FOR
ACE:NCT-Campus is best suited for new customers in the Campus space and is focused on increasing confidence and reducing risk by ramping up engineering and operations teams during or shortly before they deploy Arista the first time.
Beginner Expert
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LAB TIME
This course includes hands-on virtual labs built on current versions of EOS and CloudVision.

3 Weeks access to
Labs

1 week
Instructor Led

2 weeks
Work on labs independently
to refine skills
Course Overview

ACE:NCT-Campus is a 5-day course focused on the 3 main areas that are requested the most during typical new deployments: re-tooling the operations teams to use EOS, understanding Campus wired and wireless technologies, and leveraging CloudVision to reduce OPEX. Candidates will also use CloudVision WiFi (CVW) to gain better visibility into WiFi Access Points (APs), WiFi clients, and applications running across the wireless network.

  • CloudVision Introduction
  • Working with Arista EOS
  • EOS CLI Troubleshooting Tools
  • Campus Network Designs
  • Arista Cognitive Campus Network (CCN)
  • Configuration Management, Infrastructure Compliance and Remediation
  • Segmentation in the Campus
  • Automation and Visibility with CV WiFi
  • Best Practices for Networking Provisioning, Management and Automation
CloudVision Introduction
  • Initial Deployment
  • Configlets
  • Tasks and Change Control
  • Installation
  • Initial Arista Switch Behavior
  • Device Labels and Tags
  • eAPI Overview
  • Snapshots
  • Rollback
  • Image Management
  • Real Time Telemetry for Day 2 Operations
Working with Arista EOS
  • Design Principles, Software Architecture, Hardware, Resources
  • Boot-up Operations
  • EOS Images
  • Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
  • Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • ARP & DHCP
  • Intro to IPv6
  • First Hop Redundancy Protocols
EOS CLI Troubleshooting Tools
  • Tcpdump and Iperf
  • Simple Networking Management Protocol (SNMP)
  • sFlow
  • Advanced Event Management (AEM) – scheduler, monitor, manager
Campus Network Designs
  • Traditional Architectures
  • Stacking Architectures
  • Traditional Campus Segmentation
  • Traditional Campus WiFi
  • Traditional Campus Network Visibility
  • Arista Campus Architecture
Arista Cognitive Campus Network (CCN)
  • CCN Guiding Principles
  • Arista Cognitive Cloud Network Design for Campus
  • Multi-Chassis Link Aggregation (MLAG)
  • Arista Campus Architecture
  • CCN for Campus Designs
  • Cognitive Cloud based WiFi Solution for the Campus
  • Arista Cognitive WiFi Deployment Considerations
  • AP Replacement
  • Remote Access Point (Hardware VPN)
Configuration Management, Infrastructure Compliance and Remediation
  • The Optimized Campus Enterprise Network
  • Intro to CloudVision
  • CloudVision Deployment Options
  • Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
  • Configuration, Automation and Templating
  • Tasks, Change Control and Compliance
  • Automated Software Upgrades with CloudVision Portal
  • Rollback Overview
  • Real Time Telemetry, Machine Learning Troubleshooting and Monitoring
  • Alerts, Notifications, and Events
  • Device Information
  • Enhanced Monitoring
  • Using Studios
Segmentation in the Campus
  • Network Based Overlay in the Campus
  • VXLAN in the Campus
  • Arista AP Tunneling
  • VXLAN Recommendations
  • VXLAN Configuration
  • BGP EVPN
  • EVPN Control Plane
  • EVPN Implementations
Automation and Visibility with CV WiFi
  • Intro to CloudVision WiFi
  • CV WiFi Network Organization
  • Configuring Service Set Identifiers (SSIDs)
  • Access Control
  • Captive Portal
  • RF Optimization
  • Traffic Shaping & QoS
  • Radio Settings
  • AP Deployment
  • CloudVision WiFi APIs
Best Practices for Networking Provisioning, Management and Automation
  • Seamless Network Operations
  • Arista WiFi Client Visibility
  • Arista WiFi Access Point (AP) Visibility
  • Client Connectivity Tests
  • Application Visibility
  • Protecting the Campus Network
  • Campus Access Control
Modalities
Our aim is to provide high quality training that is flexible and accessible for modern needs.

Additional Information

Verification from an official Arista training partner is required to register and take an exam. Instructor-led and self-study options are available. Look for these badges prior to purchasing your training.

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Testimonials

"Great course which did an amazing task to introduce us to 'The Arista Way' in a manner which was easily graspable and fun”

Jayeshh S

ACE:L1
"It's refreshing that a tech company is still teaching/stressing networking basics ; a solid foundation is key for any capable architect or engineer.”

Anon

ACE:L1
"Really nice course. It is great and many important topics are touched e.g. VXLAN, Routing, CloudVision”

Pawel K

ACE:L1
"The course helped me to have an overview of network areas that I didn't have contact with and to understand the field application of the ones I had. ”

Robert O

ACE:L2
"Great course that goes into detail for each topic listed. Learned many concepts that will help me in the future with my network assignments.”

Anon

ACE:L2
"The in depth explanation of the topics, especially the inner working of EVPN and VXLAN was excellent. Deconstructing the packets and operational flow is very valuable to understand exactly how these technologies work. The instructor did a great job of explaining this and his depth of knowledge was obvious.”

Shayne K

ACE:L3
"The course does a good job of covering all the aspects of automation and how they apply to Arista products. The lab content is very structured and I really like the large and comprehensive lab environment. Much better than other vendor classes I've participated in.”

Nathan M

ACE:L5
"The course was what I was looking for - introduction to automation. The difficulty level was perfect, it was challenging enough and I felt like I learnt a lot. I especially liked the labs.”

Anon

ACE:L5
"I liked the fact the course was designed for both people knew how to code as well as people familiar with it. I learned a lot, and it made me more comfortable realizing that automation is not actually out of my grasp.”

Andrei M

ACE:L5
"The instructor was fantastic, had a clear understanding on the materials that were being presented and was able to backup his presentations with his knowledge.”

Brian B

ACE:L4
"The instructor was very knowledgable and able to explain the concepts very clearly, using his own diagrams that he drew during class specifically to explain certain topics. I felt he was also very approachable and helpful when answering any questions I had.”

Anon

ACE:L4