This 3-day, instructor-led, hands-on course covers an overview of Arista hardware and software (Extensible Operating System EOS), and the theory, operation and configuration of Arista differentiated features such as VM Tracer, Latency Analyzer (LANZ), Multi-Chassis Lag (MLAG) and Advanced Event Management (AEM). This course is designed to provide the student with a significant amount of meaningful hands-on lab time to support topics covered in class. Candidates for this course should have a working knowledge of L2 and L3 protocols. Experience with Linux, Bash and Python is a plus.
Network engineers, network operators and network administrators who are interested in understanding, configuring and testing Arista’s differentiating features.
Candidates should be comfortable with configuring a network device through the CLI and should have a working knowledge of L2 and L3 protocols. Experience with Linux Bash and Python is a plus.
Module 1: Arista Hardware Overview
Module 2: EOS Overview
Module 3: Switch Configuration Basics
Module 4: Switch Maintenance
Module 5: Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
Module 6: Multi-Switch CLI
Module 7: Multi-Chassis LAG (MLAG)
Module 8: Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) Overview
Module 9: Monitoring Topics
Module 10: VM Tracer Overview
*Module 11: DANZ Overview**
Module 12: EAPI Overview