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From open source DevOps tools to custom integrations, we help operationalize your network operations.
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2019 Course Schedule

If you want to know when we'll be in your area, or if you're interested in a private onsite class, email and let us know - info@networktocode.com

We are leading the way in empowering the network engineers of the future. Our classes take the traditional certified network engineer that have little to no development background and expose them to a variety of new technology including network APIs, DevOps tooling, programming, and much more! Our course schedule is below.

Inquire about group discounts, custom training, and early registration discounts at info@networktocode.com


Course Dates Location Price (USD) Sign Up
Network Programming & Automation August 19 - 23 San Jose, CA $3500 Register
Network Programming & Automation Oct 7 - 11 Dublin, IRE $3500 Register
Network Programming & Automation Dec 2 - 6 Orlando, FL $3500 Register
Getting Started with NetBox December 4 Virtual (WebEx) $99 Register
Network Automation with NetBox December 5 Virtual (WebEx) $99 Register
Building a Network Automation Development Environment Dec 12 Virtual (WebEx) $299 Register

About Us

Network to Code, THE Network Automation Company, is a network automation solution provider helping clients around the world reduce manual inefficiencies and operations costs while helping IT teams deliver services faster resulting in quicker time to market, faster recognition of revenue, and increased customer satisfaction. It is our mission to change the way networks are managed, consumed, and operated on a day to day basis. Simply put, Network to Code bridges the gap between DevOps and Network Engineering/Operations. This is accomplished by providing services using off the shelf open source software (OSS) as well as integrating to existing manufacturer tools and technologies.

Network to Code was founded in 2014 by Jason Edelman after recognizing most vendors, manufacturers, and systems integrators were solely focused on selling hardware, design, and implementation services while not focusing in on the real challenge – Day 2 operations. Network to Code was founded on this premise – to help customers take control of their network through the use of software development and automation technologies while making the network and network automation much more consumable.

Network to Code is headquartered in NYC and serves customers worldwide.

The NTC Network Automation Mag

Find us at AnsibleFest
August 29, 2019

As I’m sure you know, we here at Network to Code are regular Ansible users – Ansible not only allows us to quickly start automating networks for our clients, it also helps us to focus on big picture issues instead of getting bogged down in minor details. With this year’s AnsibleFest just around the corner, the Network to Code team is ready to learn more about what’s next when it comes to new collections, the evolution of the Network Engine and the development of Ansible tower.

Generating Diffs with Ansible
August 27, 2019

A few years ago, Ansible introduced a very useful feature called --diff that has yet to be widely adopted in the network industry.
If you are already using Ansible you are probably familiar with the default output that will indicate, per task, if something has changed (or if it will be changed if you are running in --check mode). --diff and --check are two completely different features, both features can work independently and they work also well together.

Updating a list or dictionary within python is a trivial manner, however within Ansible and Jinja, it is not as easy or well defined. The user must understand the scoping limitations, and how to navigate through them, in addition to the syntax, which is not always obvious.