This three-day course is designed to provide students with the knowledge required to work with the Junos OS Evolved. The Junos OS has evolved since its creation to leverage advanced operating system and platform technologies. As it has evolved, key fundamental concepts have changed, and continue to change, in how the operating system functions and is used by administrators. This course explains the key changes to the operating system, and how the configuration and administrative tasks performed on Junos Evolved differ from Junos OS configuration and administrative tasks. This course includes a particular focus on expanded support for third-party applications on the Junos platform, including Docker container support, and introduces students to new troubleshooting commands and tools available in Junos Evolved. Through demonstrations, students will gain experience with updated operating system features. This course is based on Junos OS Evolved release 21.2R1.
Who should attend
This course benefits individuals responsible for working with Junos Evolved.
The prerequities for this course include:
- An intermediate-level understanding of Junos configuration and troubleshooting.
After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:
- Identify key differences between Junos OS and Junos Evolved
- Explain the high-level architecture of Junos Evolved•Identify the components of Junos Evolved
- Explain basic Linux functions in the context of Junos Evolved
- Perform configuration tasks in Junos Evolved
- Perform management tasks in Junos Evolved
- Deploy third-party and custom applications in Junos Evolved
- Explain the fundamentals of Docker containers
- Deploy Docker container-based applications on Junos Evolved
- Understand how Junos Evolved manages system state
- Understand the Junos Evolved network stack and host packet path
- Explain logging and tracing in Junos Evolved
- Perform basic troubleshooting tasks in Junos Evolved