CiscoLive! Over the Years – Wireless and CAE Hats!
Wireless networking technology has seen lots of change over the years. Check out 10 years of wireless network stats progression (and Cisco Live customer appreciation event hats). Watch the video.
Not a Hard NOC Life for a Developer at CiscoLive!
Are you interested in using your programming, API, database, and visualization skills in a new way with networking, but need product insight to know what’s impactful?... See how we used DevOps fundamentals in the CiscoLive Network Operations Center (NOC).
First Code… Then Infrastructure as Code… Now Notes as Code!
When we put that developer hat on as part of our DevOps/SRE or AppDev roles, it’s optimal when we can combine our code development environment (IDE) with a tool we take notes in. Take a look at how the Dendron extension to VS Code allows for hierarchical documentation and note-taking.
NOC NOC… Cisco’s Here!
A lot of tech goes into serving an event like Cisco Live, and the DevNet Network Operations Center (NOC) team is ready to show it off. See how using gRPC and NETCONF YANG models allows the team to focus on the instrumentation and telemetry.
Performing Syslog Event Analysis and Forwarding at the Edge. Inside a Container!
Learn how you can leverage more complex filtering and forwarding to optimize bandwidth usage and provide an option to maintain local switch-container copies of event messages.
Policy Management for Enterprise Software Developers and Administrators
Learn how the Open Policy Agent (OPA) helps organizations realize the benefits of standardized authorization policy management, and scale it for the enterprise without having to spend the time and resources building from scratch.
Take a Look at Cisco ThousandEyes for Cloud Developers
Learn about Cisco ThousandEyes, a SaaS solution for monitoring availability, latency, loss, and user experience with your web-based application in a distributed environment.
How Cisco Provides World-Class Technology Conference Experiences
See how Cisco uses automation, programmability, Python, InfluxDB, and Grafana to ensure the best client experience at technology conferences like Cisco Live.
A Bit of Raspberry Pi from the Holidays
See how I built a set of Raspberry Pis with temperature and humidity sensors, and run a small Python script to read the sensor and push the results to InfluxDB for database retention and graphing.