Cisco Live 2022 DevNet Zone

May 20, 2022

DEVELOPER

How to Contribute to Open Source and Why

Getting involved in the open-source community (especially early in your career) is a smart move for many reasons. When you help others, you almost always get help in return. You can make connections that can last your entire career, helping you down the road in ways you can’t anticipate.

May 20, 2022

DEVELOPER

Dive into Network Programmability and Automation at Cisco Live 

Register for sessions to learn more about Custom OpenAPI implementation for Cisco SD-WAN, Cisco ACI management with Smartsheet, and what Cisco Networking Academy offers for network programmability and automation.

May 19, 2022

DEVELOPER

Pondering Automation: Let’s Make Some BCS Magic!

Learn how to build amazing Atomics for an API in SecureX Orchestration, workflows geared towards the BCS Operational Insights API, and how to map Python code to SXO workflows.

May 12, 2022

DEVELOPER

Get Hands-On with Infrastructure-as-Code at Cisco Live

Learn the basics of using HashiCorp’s Terraform to apply configuration changes to a REST-driven network controller. And how to use Ansible to build a generic set of configurations across multiple device types to baseline device configuration compliance.

May 12, 2022

DEVELOPER

Why Everyone Loves the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live

Don't miss the hands-on demos, Hello World community space, DevNet Zone “Takeovers”, and technical workshops coming to the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live.

May 6, 2022

DEVELOPER

Using CI/CD Pipelines for Infrastructure Configuration and Management

Learn how to use Gitlab CE as a foundational component for a CI/CD pipeline to manage and configure a simple CML simulated network.

May 2, 2022

DEVELOPER

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.

April 26, 2022

DEVELOPER

Janel’s Top 3 Cisco Live DevNet Zone Sessions

The DevNet Zone at Cisco Live has hands-on sessions to dig into topics like - using Cisco APIs, application security requirements shifting to developers, full stack observability, building for the edge… and many more. Check out the full agenda of DevNet sessions.