Observability vs. monitoring for DevOps
We need both monitoring and observability in the DevOps world. Let’s look at these two concepts in more detail.
What I learned by doing tech support
She never wanted to do product support, but she is glad she did. Here are five important lessons for enterprise developers from the experience.
YANG Suite updates and new features: A sneak peek
Have you tried out Cisco YANG Suite yet? YANG Suite provides network operators with a set of tools and plugins to interact with and test YANG programmable interfaces including NETCONF, RESTCONF, gNMI, and more. In Episode 58 of DevNet Snack Minute, Jeremy Cohoe (Technical Marketing Engineer with Cisco Systems) provides us with an overview of […]
Performing Syslog Event Analysis and Forwarding at the Edge. Inside a Container!
Learn how you can leverage more complex filtering and forwarding to optimize bandwidth usage and provide an option to maintain local switch-container copies of event messages.
Policy Management for Enterprise Software Developers and Administrators
Learn how the Open Policy Agent (OPA) helps organizations realize the benefits of standardized authorization policy management, and scale it for the enterprise without having to spend the time and resources building from scratch.
Automation or Programmability: Which Is better For DevOps?
A few years ago, I was tasked with solving a problem at work: I had to figure out how to stay in compliance with a National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) audit requirement for properly tracking and logging security vulnerabilities in our technology and applications. We had only a rough collection of functions in our software […]
How to make threat hunting feasible, Part I: Detection
From Developer to Operations: How your enterprise applications can be attacked, and how to guard against it.
Worst-Case Scenarios: What Happens If You Don’t Do DevSecOps?
Is DevSecOps really necessary? What would happen if an organization adopted DevOps but continued to do security traditionally? Spoiler alert: nothing good...
Cisco Cloud Native Security – Part 4: Security Analytics and Threat Detection
Learn how to add visibility, threat detection, security analytics, and alerting inside of your Kubernetes cluster using Cisco Secure Cloud Analytics.