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Julio Gomez

Programmability Lead, EMEAR

Systems Engineers

CCIE #9302 (active) and AWS Architect, he leads Programmability in EMEAR, helping Systems Engineers in the region drive automation and innovation using Cisco APIs. He is a 19-year Cisco veteran spending most of his life working on the technical side of Data Center, Cloud and Service Provider spaces.

He has worked on pre-sales for Service Providers such as Telefonica, Orange, Vodafone or O2. Deeply technical he is interested in all-things programmability, with a special interest on Cloud technologies and how they are shaping the future of the industry.

Articles

November 7, 2019

DEVELOPER

Kubernetes the Easy Way – DevOps Series, Part 14

Learn about k3s, an easy-to-install, lightweight but fully-compliant, kubernetes distribution optimized for ARM architectures.

October 17, 2019

DEVELOPER

It’s All About Visibility – DevOps Series, Part 13

See how to interface with kubernetes API and graphically display how its constructs relate to each other and the underlying infrastructure.

July 29, 2019

DEVELOPER

CI/CD Demo: Pipelines Are Amazing! – NetDevOps Series, Part 9

See how a completely automated CI/CD pipeline can be applied to a network configuration environment end-to-end, including test and production environments.

July 15, 2019

DEVELOPER

CI/CD Demo: Setting Your Local Environment – NetDevOps Series, Part 8

This is part 2 of the CI/CD Demo, on how to run your own demo using CI/CD pipelines for network configuration management.

June 27, 2019

DEVELOPER

CI/CD Demo: Intro and Server Setup – NetDevOps Series, Part 7

NetDevOps will deliver consistent version-controlled infrastructure configurations, deployed with parallel and automated provisioning.

June 19, 2019

DEVELOPER

A Cisco CCIE Discusses His Journey with Network Automation

Cisco is at the forefront of enabling Development and Operations teams to work together through its technology.

June 13, 2019

DEVELOPER

Applying DevOps to Your Network – NetDevOps Series, Part 6

DevOps principles are not exclusive to software development, and some of them can definitely be applied to infrastructure configuration.

June 6, 2019

DEVELOPER

Coding Essentials III – NetDevOps Series, Part 5

APIs and programming languages like Python and REST have matured to the point of being useful and applicable to the domains of infrastructure engineers.

May 30, 2019

DEVELOPER

Coding Essentials II – NetDevOps Series, Part 4

Now that we understand data models and data transfer formats, we need to consider what protocol to use in order to exchange that information. NETCONF and RESTCONF.