Automating Your Network Operations, Part 2 – Data Models
Before I get into data models, I want to take a slight diversion to incorporate some of the feedback that I received from the first blog. It was pointed out...
From DevNet Create to Ansible Contributor
Originally built for software provisioning and configuration management Ansible has spread into many other technologies, including networking and compute hardware.
Automating Your Network Operations, Part 1 – Ansible Basics
New blog series gets you beyond the hype and simple demonstrations, and lets you dive more deeply into how and why to automate your network operations.
Scaling to PB within Minutes – The Road to Full Automation for Scale-Out Storage with Cisco UCS
Building Scale-Out Storage solutions can be now fully automated to reduce the overall amount of work and to easily scale software-defined storage environments within minutes. Partners and customers can begin to leverage this capability using Ansible modules and playbooks for UCS Manager.
Cloud Unfiltered: The Automation Episode, feat. Alex Peay and Mike Place
Are you automating the right things and using the right tools in your company? This week on Cloud Unfiltered, Alex Peay and Mike Place of SaltStack talk about automation.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 33: Shannon McFarland
Are we all comfortable with the term “multicloud” yet? Used to be that we just had “the cloud,” then “public and private clouds,” then “hybrid cloud,” and now it seems...
Automating Cisco ACI with Ansible Eliminates Repetitive Day-to-Day Tasks
Jacob McGill is a network automation engineer at Network to Code, a network automation solutions provider that provides network automation training and professional services. He spends his time helping customers automate their networks using tools including like Python and Ansible. Jacob is also an Ansible developer who's written and contributed to many of the ACI modules that were released in 2.4. Feel free to reach out to Jacob at email@example.com
New DevNet Learning Module, “Home Lab: Setting up Your Desktop OS for Network Programmability”
Hey, you networkers out there. (Yes, it’s a little weird – I’m talking to networkers in a blog post at a site where a lot of Developers hang out.) Remember the short struggle when you first learned about Cisco devices? What cable to use to connect to the console? What drivers to add to make […]