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Mel Delgado

Developer Advocate

Cisco DevNet - Data Center Compute

I am DevNet’s Developer Advocate supporting Data Center Compute, encompassing infrastructure provision, automation, and configuration management across storage, compute, virtualization, container orchestration at the intersection of on-premises and public clouds. My professional passion is sharing complex technical subjects with others in a way that’s easy to understand. Most of my time is spent problem solving, building new solutions that eliminate toil, automate mundane tasks, and sharing these solutions with the development community we serve. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology and a Master's in Engineering Management and Leadership from Santa Clara University.

Articles

October 25, 2021

DEVELOPER

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.

October 8, 2021

DEVELOPER

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.

September 10, 2021

DEVELOPER

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?

September 8, 2021

DEVELOPER

Choosing Tools to Deploy and Maintain Applications and Infrastructure – Part 1

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?