Making Ice Cream Out of ISE – Part 6
Vanilla ISE - the new Identity Services Engine GUI for endpoint technicians - part 6 explores more detail about the web application and frontend development, looking at different languages, libraries, frameworks, and some simplified Vanilla ISE code.
Making Ice Cream Out of ISE – Part 5
The new GUI for Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) makes it easier for endpoint technicians to find and fix issues. This part 5 starts the discussion around the creation of the front-end, and the collaboration between developers.
Making Ice Cream Out of ISE – Part 3
In part 3 of this blog series you'll learn about parsing devices using pyATS and Genie – Cisco’s open-source 100% free test automation solution. Dive into the code.
Making Ice Cream Out of ISE – Part 2
In part 2 of the journey to Vanilla ISE - the new, simplified Identity Services Engine GUI for endpoint technicians - we explore the documentation to find the relevant API calls you will use.
Between You and the Feature You Want, There’s a Bridge
See how transforming the networking infrastructure into Intent-Based Networking led one of the two largest banks in Israel to choose Cisco.
Using “WhatsOp” for Network Change Management
With WhatsOp, every change (or selected changes) will notify selected network administrators, who will be able to approve or roll-back the change from their smartphone thanks to Webex Teams.
Embrace the Change: How Automation Empowers the Network Engineer
See how Cisco DevNet can help you take your network programming skills to the next level, whether you're starting from scratch, or refreshing your knowledge.