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Travel with Devvie to Cisco Live Melbourne – DevNet Style!
Check out some of the technical sessions, giveaways, and fun coming to the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live in Melbourne, Australia - December 6-9, 2022.
Using APIs to create a Multidomain Inventory for Asset Management
IT Administrators are tasked with knowing and securing all of their IT infrastructure. Any single tool needs to fit into a framework capable of managing multiple operating systems and vendor implementations. See how this can be done practically using functional, easy-to-use code that can create a single asset management table.
Cisco Connect LatAm Opens Tuesday
The Cisco Developer Relations team will be at Cisco Connect LatAm. Attendees will have several opportunities to connect with the team and learn from the many workshops and sessions.
Improving API Quality and Security with API Insights
API Insights is an open source tool that helps developers address the quality and security of APIs earlier in the software development lifecycle, enabling them to establish and adopt API best practices.
Cisco Announces Open Source Cloud-Native Offerings for Securing Modern Applications
Today at KubeCon, Cisco announced FunctionClarity - a new open source project which helps developers secure the serverless functions that fundamentally reduce the amount of code necessary to create and deploy cloud-native applications. FunctionClarity is part of OpenClarity, a trio of open source projects which help solve problems around application security, and the software supply chain.
Free Tool Helps You Visualize and Understand YANG Models
Are you interested in automating the process of viewing operational data, or configuring network devices remotely? Cisco YANG Suite is a free tool to help you understand and visualize YANG models ranging from standards-based models such as OpenConfig and IETF, to Cisco native models.
Shift from On-prem to Cloud Networking Environments with CNFs
Learn how Cloud-Native Network Functions (CNFs) represent the final step into cloud-based environments - breaking monolithic VNF applications into individual components. See how a cluster of CNFs can be used to create microservices, which run inside of containers and are managed by a Kubernetes-like lifecycle manager.