Python For Networking And System Administrators

Start at zero and become an expert while learning key Python Scripting Techniques and inner workings!
TTPS4824 Python for Networking and System Administrators is a 04-days Python training course that lets you explore the concepts from the basics of writing Python scripts. An in-depth, comprehensive, and practical exploration of working the programming language will immediately guide you toward exciting career opportunities and help you complete tasks as a professional in the real world. With the Vinsys TTPS4824 course, you have the key benefits to enjoy and ensure a smooth experience-
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•    Continuous assistance and periodic course updates
•    Access to comprehensive course material
•    Customized expert training resources tailored to your specific needs
•    Inquiry-driven classroom approach


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Python For Networking And System Administrators

TTPS4824 Python for Networking & System Administrator offers an introductory to advanced hands-on training experience to learners. You will streamline administrative operations across distributed systems that are required in the corporate world. With a practical Python course guide, you learn fundamentals of scripting and other advanced techniques like regular expressions, binary data handling, harnessing Python's extensive module capabilities, file manipulation, and more. Network-oriented modules are designed to help you learn SSH, Git, and RESTful services. 
You will learn to read and write files with both text and binary data. This is a comprehensive course that prioritizes learners to engage in practical learning experiences, allowing them to apply the concepts as soon as they face the corporate world. Learners will learn how to ignore exceptions and use others when handling errors. You can create complete module aliases by learning how to create modules, the import statement, and the module search path. Learners and professionals will learn to use pydoc, python editors, IDEs, O-O programming, instance methods, variable typing, Unicode characters, compilation flags, math operators and expressions, strings, class methods and data, and more.
You will learn how to crack hashed text, generate, and see how hacker hacks through the system and control the keyboard. While learning how to work with databases in Linux and Windows using Python, start working with regular expressions and web scrapping.

Course Curriculum

Target Audience For Python For Networking And System Administrators

This course is appropriate for-
•    Advanced users who want to use Python like System Administrators and Website Administrators
•    Professionals who want to support their server installations
•    Learners and professionals who want to automate or simplify common tasks with the use of Python scripts

Python For Networking And System Administrators Prerequisites

•    Working knowledge of developing Java 8 applications 
•    Basic development experience in any programming language 
•    Working user-level knowledge of Unix/Linux, Mac, or Windows is recommended

Python For Networking And System Administrators Objectives

TTPS4824 is an interactive course providing an immersive learning experience by Vinsys's experienced Python trainers. Upon learning the course, you will have the following -
•    Develop functional Python scripts while adhering to industry best practices
•    Craft practical, professional-grade Python applications suitable for real-world scenarios
•    Make informed decisions about utilizing collections like lists, dictionaries, and sets in their scripts
•    Ensure code robustness upon implementing effective exception-handling techniques
•    Gain proficiency in Python's standard library and its productivity-enhancing modules
•    Master the art of reading and writing files
•    Support both text and binary data
•    Harness the potential of lesser-known yet potent Python data structures
•    Explore Pythonic concepts like comprehensions and iterators to write more concise and elegant code
•    Learn how to take backups using Python
•    Automate network administrative tasks across distributed clients
•    Leverage protocols like SSH, REST, and Git for enhanced efficiency
•    Work seamlessly with dates, times, and calendars in Python
•    Search and replace text with regular expressions

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Course Outline

•    What is Python?
•    The Birth of Python.
•    About Interpreted Languages
•    Advantages of Python
•    Disadvantages of Python
•    How to get Python
•    Which version of Python?
•    The end of Python 2
•    Getting Help
•    One day in Dagobah

•    Starting Python
•    If the interpreter is not in your PATH
•    Using the interpreter
•    Trying out a few commands
•    Running Python scripts (explicit)
•    Running Python scripts (implicit)
•    Using pydoc
•    Python Editors and IDEs

•    Using variables
•    Keywords and Builtins
•    Variable typing
•    Strings
•    Single-delimited string literals
•    Triple-delimited string literals
•    Raw string literals
•    Unicode characters
•    String operators and methods
•    String Methods
•    Numeric literals
•    Math operators and expressions
•    Converting among types
•    Writing to the screen
•    String Formatting
•    Legacy String Formatting
•    Command line parameters
•    Reading from the keyboard

•    About flow control
•    What's with the white space?
•    if and elif
•    Conditional Expressions
•    Relational Operators
•    Boolean operators
•    while loops
•    Alternate ways to exit a loop

•    About Array Types
•    Lists
•    Tuples
•    Indexing and slicing
•    Iterating through a sequence
•    Unpacking tuples
•    Nested sequences
•    Functions for all sequences
•    Using enumerate()
•    Operators and keywords for sequences
•    The range() function
•    List comprehensions
•    Generator Expressions

•    Text file I/O
•    Opening a text file
•    The with block
•    Reading a text file
•    Writing to a text file

•    About dictionaries
•    When to use dictionaries?
•    Creating dictionaries
•    Getting dictionary values
•    Iterating through a dictionary
•    Reading file data into a dictionary
•    Counting with dictionaries
•    About sets
•    Creating Sets
•    Working with sets

•    Defining a function
•    Returning values
•    Function parameters
•    Variable scope

•    Sorting Overview
•    The sorted() function
•    Custom sort keys
•    Lambda functions
•    Sorting nested data
•    Sorting dictionaries
•    Sorting in reverse
•    Sorting lists in place

•    Syntax errors
•    Exceptions
•    Handling exceptions with try
•    Handling multiple exceptions
•    Handling generic exceptions
•    Ignoring exceptions
•    Using else
•    Cleaning up finally

•    What is a module?
•    Creating Modules
•    The import statement
•    Where did __pycache__ come from?
•    Module search path
•    Packages
•    Example
•    Module Aliases
•    When the batteries aren't included

•    About O-O programming
•    Defining classes
•    Constructors
•    Instance methods
•    Properties
•    Class methods and data
•    Static Methods
•    Private methods
•    Inheritance
•    Untangling the nomenclature

•    Regular Expressions
•    RE Syntax Overview
•    Finding matches
•    RE Objects
•    Compilation Flags
•    Groups
•    Special Groups
•    Replacing text
•    Replacing with a callback
•    Splitting a string

•    Grabbing a web page
•    Consuming Web services
•    HTTP the easy way
•    sending email
•    Email attachments
•    Remote Access
•    Copying files with Paramiko

•    Sockets
•    Socket options
•    Server concepts
•    Client concepts
•    Application protocols
•    Forking servers

•    Multiprogramming
•    What Are Threads?
•    The Python Thread Manager
•    The threading Module
•    Threads for the impatient
•    Creating a thread class
•    Variable sharing
•    Using queues
•    Debugging threaded Programs
•    The multiprocessing module
•    Using pools
•    Alternatives to multiprogramming

•    What is a closure?
•    Why do I need one?
•    How can I make one?
•    Factory Function
•    Using functools.partial()

•    About XML
•    Normal Approaches to XML
•    Which module to use?
•    Getting Started With ElementTree
•    How ElementTree Works
•    Elements
•    Creating a New XML Document
•    Parsing An XML Document
•    Navigating the XML Document
•    Using XPath
•    About JSON
•    Reading JSON
•    Writing JSON
•    Customizing JSON
•    Reading CSV data
•    Nonstandard CSV
•    Using csv.DictReader
•    Writing CSV Data
•    Pickle

Course Reviews


TTPS4824 is a 04-days Python course. 

You should enroll in this course to start coding in Python today and take your career to the next level. Python has become increasingly popular, and it is in high demand in the job market. When you enroll in the course by Vinsys, you automatically get high-quality assistance and support, and expert instructors are available to answer any questions.

One of the main benefits of learning Python as a System Administrator is its ability to automate routine tasks. You can use it to create custom scripts and API for system administration tasks, making it the ideal choice for scripting and automation.

TTPS4824 is the code of the course Python for Networking & System Administrator.

System administrators, Advanced users, Website administrators, and those who want to use Python to support their server installations should ideally take this course.

With effective course material accessed throughout the program, it is easier to learn about concepts beyond the class. You can choose your learning path to upskill with Vinsys' subject matter experts upon customizing training needs to ensure 100% results.

The lessons are crafted to be concise and straightforward for learners and professionals. It is easy to understand, ensuring that you are never left confused.

You can get hired as a Senior Linux System Administrator, Linux Admin, Network Operations Technician, Senior Website Administrator, and Network Administrator

The average salary of a Senior System Administrator working in the United States is normally around 80,437 USD per year

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