Cisco Live 2023
Your Guide To All Things Meraki at Cisco Live
Find Cisco Live sessions that show you how to leverage the power of APIs to automate tasks, integrate with other services, create customized experiences, and maximize the value you derive from your Meraki network.
Five “Don’t Miss” Highlights Coming to Cisco Live 2023 in Las Vegas
Cisco Live is a great opportunity to meet, learn, and collaborate with industry experts across Data Center and Cloud Networking. Find keynotes, innovation sessions, and hands-on workshops.
Financial Services Sessions at Cisco Live 2023
Let’s go - Cisco Live 2023. We’re excited for the creative experiences, impactful speakers, and thought-provoking sessions slated globally June 4-8. Join us for our engaging industry sessions across financial services and more.
Explore API-first Sessions and Hands-on Workshops at Cisco Live
Sign up for API-first, API quality, and API security sessions at Cisco Live. From hands-on workshops to deep dives into best practices, you'll learn what Cisco has been up to in API design and implementation to improve your developer experience.
IPv6+Automation: A Winning Combination
Join us at Cisco Live to learn more about how IPv6, together with automation, can offer real opportunities for your company. Ultimately, the transition to IPv6 opens doors for you to build a more efficient, scalable, modern network.
Get Started with Cloud Native at Cisco Live
Learn how to design, develop, deploy, and manage applications to fully utilize the unique features of cloud platforms. Understand the implications for security, containerization, and multi-cloud observability. Check out the new "learning map" and video.
Cisco’s Comprehensive Security Portfolio Includes Cloud Native Application Security
Register for Cisco Live to learn about Cisco’s Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), and how we can help you always stay one step ahead of threat actors.
Learn about Full Stack Observability at Cisco Live
Learn how full stack observability allows application development and IT operations teams to move beyond siloed, domain-specific monitoring. Discover new ways to work with instrumental observability technologies including OpenTelemetry, Kubernetes, AppDynamics, and ThousandEyes.