New “Learning Map” Lets You Bring DevOps to Life at Cisco Live!
Learn how to optimize your approach to DevOps. This Cisco Live "Learning Map" is your guide to sessions you won't want to miss.
Future-proofing Observability with OpenTelemetry
OpenTelemetry is a vendor agnostic, open source set of tools for collecting and normalizing data for export into backend observability solutions. It helps you manage the distributed and shifting nature of modern IT systems.
Developing for FedRAMP Pays Back
Getting an application security certified under FedRAMP is one of the hardest hurdles dev and ops teams can clear. But the payback is immense, both to your business and your team's code and process quality.
Dive into IKS with SD-WAN and TriggerMesh Use Cases
Learn how to use TriggerMesh to take any source of data, transform and route that data using any language or serverless function, and send it to your modern cloud-native applications, all running on Cisco IKS.
3 Reasons Enterprise Developers Should Get “Pager Duty”
It's time to rethink who gets woken up in the middle of the night when there's an application outage. Today, both SREs and app devs should be on "pager duty."
Perfect is the Enemy of the Good: A Lesson on Uptime
Striving for 100% service availability is not as good a goal as it appears. It can reduce flexibility and increase the fragility of dependent systems. How can application developers build resiliency into application services with the assumption that no service is 100%.
Getting To Know ThousandEyes – Part 1
Let me show you how to install an Enterprise Agent on a Raspberry Pi device, so you can try it at home to see WAN observability with agents running in the cloud.
Create, Document, and Share Live Code Examples with Jupyter Notebook
Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application used to create and share code along with narrative text. See this simple Python example that retrieves physical compute inventory claimed in Cisco Intersight.
Choosing Tools to Deploy and Maintain Applications and Infrastructure – Part 2
Terraform or Ansible? Which is the best infrastructure-as-code tool for your environment? Or, can you use both together to take advantage of their unique strengths and purpose?