Juniper Networks Books

Juniper Networks Books works with reputable book publishers around the world to publish networking tracts for use in the field or classroom, and publishes its own suite of books and eBooks within the Day One library. All books are authored, edited, and reviewed by Juniper Networks subject matter experts and engineers, and are singularly focused on network productivity and efficiency.

New and Noteworthy
  • This Week: An Expert Packet Walkthrough on the MX Series 3D

    This Week: An Expert Packet Walkthrough on the MX Series 3D provides the curious engineer with a global view of the short life (a few milliseconds) of packets inside the Juniper Networks MX Series of 3D routers. While it may be a short life inside the router, the packets are processed by an amazing ecosystem of next generation technology. Sit back and enjoy a network engineering book like no other as you travel inside the MX Series 3D.

  • Day One Poster: Juniper UTM Components and Features

    Juniper Networks Unified Threat Management (UTM) provides a solution to IT's most challenging security problems, and the new Day One UTM Posters depict the components as well as its features. These two, 11 x 17 inch (Tabloid, or A3 size) posters, have been designed to live together.

  • Juniper QFX5100 Series

    Ideal for network engineers involved in building a data center, this practical guide provides a comprehensive and technical examination of the new Juniper QFX5100 Series switching family. You’ll learn how the Juniper QFX5100 Series enables you to create simple-to-use data centers or build some of the largest IP Fabrics in the world.

  • Day One: Junos Cup 2014

    This second cookbook from the Ambassadors contains eighteen use-case solutions, complete with configurations. From interop tips in mixed-vendor networks, to optimizing network routing, switching, and security performance, you’ll find this cookbook useful in the lab as well as in full-production networks.

  • Day One: Junos Cup 2014

    Experience the complete tournament of all 32 networking challenges, plus the sudden death playoff, as the Junos Cup was originally presented. Day One: Junos Cup 2014 has all the action, all the solutions, and even all the alternative solutions. Use it for certification study or for advancing your networking capabilities as you match wits with some of the best engineers from around the world.

  • Day One: Deploying CGNAT On The MX Series

    Imagine you had your own personal JTAC engineer for a day so you could learn how to configure the MX Series to truly fit your operational NATing needs. Whether it’s using inline NAT or a MS-DPC Card, it’s all here for you to test in your lab.

  • Building Dynamic Overlay Service-Aware Networks

    Build an elegant dynamic overlay network using features such as Dynamic GRE and IPsec to enable secure, flexible services over an IP-only WAN and then extend the overlay to Cloud DC Interconnect with new Junos 14.1 features such as EVPN. This lab-friendly Day One book provides step-by-step instructions and configurations.

  • Formatted for 11 x 17 (A4) printing, this at-a-glance overview of the SRX Series illustrates the complete line of the SRX Series in a single poster you can print and post on your office wall or breakroom. Whether you are Branch, Edge, Data Center, or Core, you’ll understand the SRX platform options for your network.

  • In order to reduce the risks of getting into an unpleasant situation after a change, many engineers have developed procedures and tools to verify their networks. The good news is that there is JSNAP – an automation tool that details pre- and post-verifications. JSNAP is a collection of SLAX scripts that runs on top of juise, the environment that runs SLAX scripts off-the-box. From setup, to sample scripts, to complete SLAX configurations, this Day One has it all – and you can put what you’ve learned to use in a matter of hours.

  • Knowing how traffic moves is critical to understanding and architecting Data Center operations, but it is also necessary to ensure efficient day-to-day operations and troubleshooting. This Week: QFabric System Traffic Flows and Troubleshooting is a deep dive into how the QFabric system externalizes the data plane for both user data and data plane traffic and why that’s such a massive advantage from an operations point of view.

The Day One library gives you just the information you need to complete a task on day one. The series covers Junos OS and Juniper Networks networking essentials with straightforward explanations, step-by-step instructions, and practical examples that are easy to follow.

The past decade has been a period of enormous network growth and shows no sign of slowing in the next decade. To meet this demand, network engineering needs to distinguish itself every few years, and these books are the place where that innovation and discussion is documented and shared with the world.

Some things need simplification and networking technology is certainly one of them. Juniper Networks and Wiley’s Dummies series work together to create simplified explanations of all the elements of Junos – from Junos Pulse to the Junos OS. Get the quick tour here and you can decide what to focus on later.

Juniper has partnered with O’Reilly Media to publish the Juniper Networks Technical Library, a series of networking books that focus on high-performance networking products and solutions. Written by Juniper engineers, the books are for Junos developers, administrators, certification students, and users seeking in-depth knowledge on managing high-performance networks.

Sometimes you need visual information to gain insight into complex networking concepts. Day One Posters are just the item. Collect the posters as they celebrate each major Junos release and hang them on your wall or cube. Download and print, or order print copies and have them delivered.