Cisco DevNet

March 10, 2022


Take a Look at Cisco ThousandEyes for Cloud Developers

Learn about Cisco ThousandEyes, a SaaS solution for monitoring availability, latency, loss, and user experience with your web-based application in a distributed environment.

March 9, 2022


Try Automating a YubiKey Button Press

YubiKey is a device that enables two-factor authentication using a single button, by generating unique codes that confirm your identity. Here's a fun challenge you can try to automate a YubiKey.

March 7, 2022


Cisco Cloud Native Security – Part 3, GitOps and CI/CD

Learn how to deploy Infrastructure as Code (IaC) using GitOps as an operational framework that applies DevOps best practices to infrastructure automation.

March 7, 2022


Explore Secure DDoS Edge Protection with new Sandbox and Learning Labs

Learn how to protect a mobile edge network environment from malicious attacks hidden inside GTP packets. Then use the sandbox to test your solution.

March 3, 2022


Cisco Cloud Native Security – Part 2, Provisioning the Infrastructure

See how to set up your dev environment and provision your Infrastructure as Code (IaC) using Terraform, Ansible, Jenkins, and GitHub.

March 1, 2022


Cisco Cloud Native Security – Part 1, Going Up the Stack from Infrastructure to Application

Going up the stack from infrastructure to application - Learn what tools are needed, and how you can secure these environments using Cisco security technologies.

February 24, 2022


SD-WAN Sandboxes Get a Refresh

Want to polish your network automation chops? Try the new always-On SD-WAN Sandbox using a prebuilt Postman collection.

February 23, 2022


Developer-Led Network Automation Doesn’t Have to Be Scary

See how HashiCorp's Consul-Terraform-Sync helps keep applications secure as they are dynamically scaled across the network infrastructure. Check out the new learning lab, sandbox, and code repo.

February 17, 2022


Using NSO with pyATS Parsers to Check Operational State

See how you can automate network checks with NSO and the pyATS parser, and create an Excel document for audit.