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Lectures and hands-on lab time teach engineers how to configure and maintain Arista switches.
Lectures and hands-on lab time on Linux systems in relation to Arista products.
Lectures and hands-on lab time to teach networking people on Python in relation to Arista’s eAPI.
Onsite versions of our ACE, APE, ALE and AME curriculum. This deep dive is designed for larger installations.
ARISTA CLOUD BUILDERS
Technical topics and demonstrations of innovative EOS and CloudVision features.
ARISTA CAMPUS BUILDERS
Technical topics and demos of campus architecture and WiFi evolutions.
ARISTA TEST DRIVE
Instruction and lab exercises on configuring Arista's latest features, led by local teams.
Resources for our resellers and systems integrators who extend Arista's reach into the marketplace.
Introductory courses aimed at any engineers interested in learning about Arista's products and value.
Certification as an Arista Certified Engineering Associate marks you as a leader in understanding the configuration and management of the most advanced cloud networking products, leading a massive shift in the networking industry.
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Listen to head ACE trainer Gary Donahue talk about his experience teaching and the student feedback he receives. Gary strives to make each class as valuable to his students as possible.
As legacy applications evolveto the cloud, hosted and multi cloud architectures blending on-premises data and applications with elastic scale-out and rapidly deployed cloud capabilities, legacy networking tools have been challenged causing them to become cumbersome and unreliable. The shift to cloud native architectures with containers, serverless instances and edge IoT sensors feeding in critical data, has significantly increased the number of devices that need to be managed. Meanwhile shrinking the amount of time available for provisioning, upgrades and change controls has become an issue.