Cisco DNA Center
Uniting Enterprise Wi-Fi and 5G Cellular with Intent-based Networking
Cisco’s goal is to provide IT with the same level of control that Intent-based Networking provides over the enterprise network and devices to those connecting through cellular networks.
Cisco DNA Center Plug and Play (PnP) Freewheeling – Part 6
Find out why it makes sense to use the DNA Center API and scripts to automate the PnP process
The power of intent-based networking for the IoT edge
Announcing the industry's first integrated network architecture.
Cisco DNA Center Network Automation with Template Programmer API – Part 1
One aspect of automation involves the template programmer, which uses the velocity templating language. Here, we use a template to assign a vlan to an interface on a switch.
Delivering Consistency, Agility, and Operational simplicity across Enterprise domains
Wouldn’t it be nice if the network infrastructure were consistent across Switching, Routing, and Wireless to make the deployment and operation of the network easier? Find out how Cisco is the only proven vendor in the market to deliver this consistency end-to-end across Enterprise campus and branch networks.
Cisco DNA Center Plug and Play (PnP) Reloaded – Part 5
Previously, PnP was a standalone application within Cisco DNA Center, with a dedicated workflow for onboarding devices. In the 1.2.8 release, PnP has been integrated into the main provisioning screen.
Integrating Warehouses and Distribution Centers into the Enterprise Network
Organizations with complex enterprise supply chains are transforming their businesses and driving innovation in the Extended Enterprise. Everything starts with connectivity.
Tap into Digital Network Transformation
DNA Center open platform gives you the power to serve customers in innovative and value-added ways, making their networks agile and accelerating their digital transformation.
Extending the Enterprise Network Beyond the Carpeted Floor Space
Industrial IoT is booming all around us, and we’re seeing it in action in the most unexpected places—like parking lots and other outdoor spaces. As we’ll see in this blog, outdoor connectivity is required in more places than you might think.