Learning the Skills to Build the Learning Platform
You know that movie about dreaming within a dream within another dream? Well, that kind of inception world is what I think about whenever I take one of the Cisco Learning Courses to learn something I need to know to work on the platform that hosts those same courses. It blows my mind every time! […]
5 Reasons a Raspberry Pi Belongs in Your Network Lab
It's not just for Pi Day! From Pi-powered network services to a network sensor/traffic analysis device or home lab management station, the Raspberry Pi is a flexible workhorse that should be the next worthy addition to your lab.
Learn to Build a Troubleshooting Assistant at DevNet Create
Want to explore new ways to apply network automation skills to real world network operations and engineering activities? Register to attend Hank's session at DevNet Create.
Applying DevNet Associate Skills to Real World Tasks – June Webinars
Are you a network engineer turning network automation engineer? Join the DevNet Associate Prep Program for completely FREE access to materials and webinars to take your skills to the next level.
How to Deal with Multiple Keys in a RESTCONF URL
Do you have a question about network programming or NetDevOps? Why not "Ask Hank?" In this blog, let's try to demystify RESTCONF use for everyone.
How can I automate device configurations using CML2?
Cisco Modeling Labs is a great tool for learning all aspects of networking, including automation. Hank discusses options for making the setup and management of your lab topology fast, easy, and automated.
Read-Only YANG Leaves: Where Does the Data Come From?
DevNet's Hank Preston digs into another user's question related to model driven programmability. Do you have a question about network automation? You can Ask Hank!
Native, IETF, OpenConfig… Why so many YANG models?
Which YANG model to use for your project? Ask Hank takes a look at your options, and how model driven programmability is a foundational technology for the automation engineer.