Cisco IOS XE
Using Django with Celery & WebSockets – Flexing the Network Device APIs Muscles with “johann” Par …
Part 3 in the series focuses on the web-based network device monitoring tool application itself, the frameworks used, why they were chosen, and what the implementation looks like.
Getting Data via RESTCONF – Flexing the Network Device APIs Muscles with “johann” Part 2
Learn how operational and configurational data is requested directly from the network device, and how to implement device level APIs in your application.
Flexing the Network Device API Muscles with johann – Part 1: Introduction
Learn how to collect configuration and operational data of your networking devices, in a structured way, in one single database, and display it on one dashboard with the "johann" web-based network device monitoring tool.
Create new possibilities at the IoT Edge with the Cisco Catalyst IR1800 Series
IoT application developers: Try out all the new programmability features on a real Cisco IoT gateway in the new Industrial Router IR1835 Sandbox.
Accelerate and Simplify – Guiding Principles in the Design of New Software Image Upgrade and Patching Solutions
How the Cisco IOS XE team of developers is changing the paradigm of how enterprise networking image upgrades are done. It has huge cost, time, productivity, and security implications for Cisco customers around the globe and the functionality and safety of their wide array of network devices.
Helping Customers Redefine Network Operations with Catalyst 9000 and IOS-XE APIs
See how Cisco IOS-XE is helping customers move to a more pro-active mode of operating their networks by providing open, standards-based, programmable interfaces to automate network operations, and bring deep visibility into user, application, and device behaviors.
Cisco IOS XE – Past, Present, and Future
Cisco IOS was developed in the 1980s for the company’s first routers that had only 256 KB of memory and low CPU processing power. But what a difference a few decades make. Today Cisco IOS XE runs our entire enterprise networking portfolio. That's 80+ different Cisco platforms for access, distribution, core, wireless, and WAN. There are, with a myriad of combinations of hardware and software and physical and virtual form factors.
How IOS XE Developers at Cisco Work Remotely and Cohesively on a 190-million-line Code Base
Remote working at Cisco predated the pandemic. So when offices closed last March, Cisco IOS XE developers were well prepared. Aside from their ability to work remotely, our developers are incredibly efficient, productive, and maintain high quality due to our unique tooling and the ability to run IOS XE code modularly and independently.
After 15 years, Cisco Wireless AireOS Controllers are going away
Cisco AireOS controllers have served us well through many iterations of the Wi-Fi standard, from the early days of 802.11n, to 802.11ac waves 1 and 2 and now with 802.11ax or Wi-Fi 6 Cisco. But with the latest standard in place and the Cisco Catalyst Controllers paving the way, Cisco recently announced that their Wireless AireOS Controllers have gone End-of-Life.