Cisco Live Berlin! February 15-19, 2016
Calling all developers, architects, and solution providers—Cisco Live Berlin features the DevNet Zone designed to help you navigate today’s changing application and architecture landscape.
Of particular interest will be the focus on analytics and automation software. As organizations struggle with digital disruption, attention will be drawn to how developers can lead the transformation required by helping:
- Access and aggregate data from everywhere and analyze it anywhere to unlock new insights and enable timely informed decisions.
- Interconnect widely distributed systems of apps, data , and devices to streamline and automate services and processes across your organization and growing partner and vendor ecosystems
- Develop engaging applications that can be easily integrated with your existing apps using our SDKs, including mobile solutions that enable location-aware services and push-to-talk on-prem communications.
Join us for hands-on experience and face-to-face support from our developer teams in the DevNet Zone. We have many in-depth sessions about our vast Analytics and Automation software portfolio, including:
Read More »
Tags: #DevNet, analytics, Analytics and Automation, API, DevNet Zone, mobility
Mark Watney is “The Martian”, in case you haven’t heard. In the movie, he’s a Botanist stranded on Mars. But in the book, he’s first a mechanical engineer, and a botanist as his second skillset. It’s hard to if he’s an engineer-botanist or a botanist-engineer, but he’s a pretty cool guy. Think McGuyver with better one-liners. Cool enough for Matt Damon to play his character in the movie.
It’s great when we IT folks have more than one specialty as well. The Martian (Watney) picked Mechanical Engineering and Botany – a great combo when you happen to get stranded on Mars. It seems like Networkers are never just networkers any more as well. It always seems to include some route/switch, but then… voice? Security? Data center? Development?
Which brings me to Cisco DevNet, the topic of today’s post. The name even sounds a Watney-esque: DevNet – sounds like Developer-Networker. But it’s really the single best resource to network with others and find resources about software development related to Cisco products. That includes the complete spectrum of people – from networkers who just cracked a book to start learning Python to people who make their living developing software.
Personally, I find Cisco’s DevNet to be pretty useful, and I have loved the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live. But I wondered how to get you excited DevNet. And the best way I think is for you to try a few features. So my goal today is to introduce you to a few features, and give you a few links as places to launch.
You can pick my suggestions or try your own. I’d love to hear what you tried, and how it worked – If you do, post it here, or tweet me your favorite, @WendellOdom, and put a #CiscoChampion in the tweet if you think of it! Read More »
Tags: #DevNet, API, APIs, Cisco Learning Network, DevNet Zone, DevNet Zone Labs
Over the past few years, Cisco and Intel’s collaboration has extended into the realm of Internet of Things, allowing the strength of each organization to bring the industry as a whole, forward. In the Internet of Things, devices need applications, analytics, network connectivity, security, storage, and computing power. The partnership of Cisco and Intel offers comprehensive solutions working alongside several ecosystem partners.
Recently, during Cisco Live in San Diego, CA, we jointly showcased innovative IoT solutions and highlighted our collaboration on NFV:
- A smart city demonstration, featuring Legos and Fog Computing, was on display in the Intel booth showing how easy it is for cities to implement IoT solutions
- Carlos Morales presented a captivating “Pre-Zen-tation” on Fog Computing, elaborating on how companies can extend the cloud to the edge
- A highlight during the show was partaking in a #CiscoChat with Brad Haczynski, Intel’s Global Account Director, Sales and Marketing Group, encompassed around making IoT and IoE tangible with the power of collaboration.
Read More »
Tags: #DevNet, Cisco, Fog computing, Intel, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE Innovation Center, IoT, Jaishree Subramania
I remember walking through Cisco Live last year in San Francisco and hearing all about ACI and the Cisco DevNet program. To be totally honest, I shrugged it off as just something that was trying to get hyped up and would not have any real impact on what I do.
Well…that has changed over the last year for me. What made it change? I guess a desire to learn and grow. I have also seen how learning to code is becoming very important to any IT position. There is a lot of power in the software layer and learning to harness that power is very important to be able to accomplish our jobs. So, with that in mind I have started to learn Python. Why python? I come from a scripting language background with my years as a Windows admin. I never jumped in with both feet, but I did enough to be dangerous. And learning to write code has always really interested me, I just didn’t have a good reason to do it. Now, with ACI and SDN showing promise and no longer buzz words to me I am going to dive in and learn. Read More »
Tags: #ciscochampion, #DevNet, Cisco ACI, DevNet Zone, DevNet Zone Labs, Programming with Python
#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’ll be talking about DevNet, SDN, DevOps and ACI with Cisco Custom Application Engineer, Brett Tiller.
Listen to the Podcast.
Learn about the Cisco Champions Program HERE.
See a list of all #CiscoChampion Radio podcasts HERE.
Ask about the next round of Cisco Champions nominations. EMAIL US.
Brett Tiller, Cisco Custom Application Engineer
Cisco Champion Guest Hosts
Michael Aossey, @aossey, Solutions Architect
Hal Rottenberg, @halr9000, Developer Advocate
Lauren Friedman (@lauren) Read More »
Tags: #CiscoChampionRadio, #DevNet, Cisco SDN, DevNet Zone, DevNet Zone Labs, devops