F5 and Cisco ACI Essentials: Automate, automate, automate!
This blog will focus on automation support by BIG-IP and Cisco ACI and how automation tools, specifically Ansible, can be used to automate different use cases
F5 & Cisco ACI Essentials – Dynamic pool sizing using the F5 ACI ServiceCenter
When dealing with the Cisco ACI environment you may have wondered about using an Application-Centric Design or a Network-Centric Design. Both are valid designs, and you can read more on this topic in this blog.
Accelerating to Hybrid Cloud with Cisco Nexus Dashboard
Cisco Nexus Dashboard provides a single focal point to unite the disparate views of globe-spanning multicloud data center operations, application deployment, and performance.
3 Ways for Network Practitioners to Embrace DevOps with Infrastructure-as-Code
With IaC as a focus area of network agility and innovation, we are committed to ensuring that the network lives up to the expectations of seamless connectivity and intuitive operations in an ever-changing application landscape. The new innovations that we are announcing here today are a giant leap in this direction.
Enable Consistent Application Services for Containers
F5 CIS and Cisco ACI together offer unified control, visibility, security, and application services, for both container and non-container workload. The solution offers a seamless developer experience intended to maintain the simplicity of Kubernetes while still enabling advanced capabilities within the Cisco ACI fabric, and maintaining application availability, security, and visibility across the infrastructure.
Win with Cisco ACI and F5 BIG-IP – Deployment Best Practices
Use PBR functionality on the Cisco ACI fabric to direct return traffic from the application servers back to the BIG-IP. This will help in having to avoid to re-write your application or to make changes to your BIG-IP configuration and still achieve a symmetry traffic flow with minimal changes.
Introduction to Terraform with ACI – Part 4
In this part 4 of the series we cover the Terraform Remote Backend using Terraform Cloud.
Building self-healing networks with Cisco Network Assurance Innovations and ServiceNow ITSM
Cisco Network Assurance Engine (NAE), a key pillar in Cisco’s Intent based networking, is built on a strong foundation of open APIs that has enabled a broad ecosystem of partner-integrated solutions for automated, closed-loop incident resolution use cases. One such marquee solution features Cisco NAE with ITSM leader ServiceNow that boasts hundreds of customer deployments across the globe. Cisco IT on its own is a stellar example of such deployments.