Modernized IT: Cisco’s Road to intent-based networking
Using our interactive roadmap, Cisco IT shares insights and lessons learned from their own ongoing network transformation across Access, WAN, and Data Center/Cloud.
Forming a bond without ever meeting in person – The Bedfont Lakes “Quaranterns” and Graduates
In September 2020, 12 interns and 21 graduates joined Cisco remotely. While it was a struggle to find common ground, they have bonded in new ways - this is their story.
Measuring the impact of a software-defined access fabric network
Joel explains the value framework Cisco IT created to measure SD-Access’s impact, along with outcomes achieved to date.
Leveraging Insights from Cisco DNA Spaces for Safe Return to Work
Learn how Cisco is returning to the office safely by leveraging Cisco DNA Spaces, Meraki Cameras and Webex endpoints.
Cisco DNA Center smooths network operations
Cisco DNA Center is paving the way for smoother network operations. In one integrated system, it offers two critical networking capabilities: automation and – the focus of this blog – assurance.
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.
3 ways Cisco DNA Center and ServiceNow integration makes IT more efficient
Today’s highly complex and dynamic networks create demands that often exceed the capacity of IT operations teams. Within Cisco IT, we are meeting these demands by creating integrations between Cisco DNA Center and ServiceNow.
Managing a safer return to work with Cisco DNA Spaces — An early report
As pandemic restrictions ease, we’re working to manage a safer return to the office. Our strategy includes monitoring workspace density using Cisco DNA Spaces in 20 Cisco offices, including several in Asia Pacific and Europe. Here are our experiences after the first few months, and what’s ahead.
Predictable Outcomes Amidst Unpredictable Times: How Cisco IT kept Contact Center services running from our homes
in collaboration with Mary Mazon Until recently, when we talked about business continuity planning (BCP), the focus had mainly been to prepare for major unforeseen events happening in parts of the world. For example, an earthquake in northern California or a severed undersea Internet cable rendering some data centers or office locations inaccessible. Companies have learned from past experiences to ensure that […]