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Advanced Network Operations 2.0

What is the Advanced Network Operations 2.0 course?

This follows on from the Introduction to Network Operations course and aims to build on participants’ knowledge of more advanced aspects of core Internet services and new technologies. Topics include advanced DNS and introductions to email, secure web, and network monitoring.

What are the course objectives?

  • Understand advanced DNS setups, in order to deploy an authoritative DNS server
  • Learn more about the workings of Email and Web services, including how to set up a basic email server and a basic web server with TLS secured pages
  • Understand network monitoring and its importance to network operations, in order configure a network monitoring service to monitor various network devices and Internet services

Who should attend this course?


  • This course requires you to have first taken either the Introduction to Network Operations or NetOps 1.0 course
  • You need to have a firm understanding of Unix/Linux and basic DNS, as well as caching/resolving DNS servers, networking, and command line Unix

You should attend this course if:

  • You are an intermediate-to-expert-level engineer interested in learning about deploying core Internet services, using open source software and open standards
  • You have already attended the NetOps 1.0 course

How do I enroll in a course?

When do I start?

This course lasts four weeks. Registration period opens three weeks prior to the course start date.

08 April–05 May 2024

Course duration

08 May–10 June 2024

Course duration

30 September–27 October 2024

Course duration

15 January–11 February 2024

Course duration

Moderated course
(with an instructor)

4 weeks

Available in
English, French and Spanish