The holiday cheer is in the air here at Juniper! We’ve rounded up a great selection of our latest Juniper book releases and are excited to share our 2015 Holiday Reading List with you. Grab a cup of tea or hot cider, and find a nice chair to sit back and enjoy the reads below this season.
Description: Exploring the Junos CLI, Second Edition is for beginning users of devices running the Junos OS, or as a refresher course when it’s time to scale Juniper technology. It not only lays the foundation for learning the Junos OS, but also facilitates understanding of the more advanced Junos OS books that populate the Day One library.
Description: Finishing Junos Deployments is a twofold book: first, it serves as a reminder for those all-important finishing touches that should be applied to any Junos OS deployment, and second, it describes how to implement those finishing touches on a network device running Junos OS.
Description: This networking fundamentals book describes how a Junos device is able to forward a packet between networks using either static routes or any of five popular routing protocols: RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, iBGP, and eBGP. Learn how to route the Internet Protocol in a day.
Description: “Day One: Deploying BGP FlowSpec is a concise primer on identifying DDOS attacks and using BGP FlowSpec on the MX Series to defeat them.” - Alex Latzko, Lead Network Engineer, Server Central
Description: NorthStar Controller Up and Running is intended for all networking professionals working on WAN and LAN environments that make use of IP/MPLS services. It should also be of interest to high-level technical professionals looking to understand the fundamentals of Juniper’s approach to Software Defined Networks (SDN) in MPLS transport networks.
Description: “In case you’re wondering how one could integrate the traditional protocol-focused world of MPLS with the new software-defined world, you came to the right place. This book has the potential to become the MPLS Bible 2.0.” - Ivan Pepelnjak, iNetwork Architect, www.ipSpace.net
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