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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

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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.

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Course Dates Location Price (USD) Sign Up
Getting Started with NetBox December 4 Virtual (WebEx) $99 Register
Network Automation with NetBox December 5 Virtual (WebEx) $99 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

Basic Slack use with Python
November 19, 2019

At my last job many fellow enigneers would made the claim that “I like the idea, and I like the info you can provide, but I am not going to build an entire application, with the proper code and prerequistes, for this use case.” I ended up building a webpage, but with all the security concerns, and limited resources it wasn’t a good fit for production use. However, it was adopted in an unofficial manner and that in turn expanded who could use my programs significantly. Not just other network engineers, but it also made life easier for the system admins. For example: when a system admin wanted to know what VLANs were configured to which VM servers they could just go to a webpage, view the simplified layout, and it would provide them the information in a format they were comfortable with. External users didn’t have to put in tickets and wait a week, network engineering didn’t have to stop what we were doing and look at those tickets. So, I love the idea, but my implementation was not ready for production with a proper support model. I have seen several other developers doing something along these lines, but they often seem to hit the same issues I did. I had see a few of the bigger brain developers I know build some Slack integrations, and I thought “Hey that’s cool, but I bet it’s REALLY complex”…. I was wrong: it isn’t hard at all.

NFD21 - Network Automation Journey
November 12, 2019

In early October, I had the chance and the opportunity to be part of the team that represented Network to Code at Networking Field Day 21. Participating in Network Field Day is always a challenging exercise as you’re expected to present in front of a group of industry experts that are not shy about asking the hard questions. On top of that they love demos, but only live demos, which adds another level of stress on top of this exercise.