Learning Python on IOS-XE…turning anxiety to excitement
CLI programming skills are still relevant in IOS XE, but adding a Linux container with Python natively embedded in release 16.5 takes programmable networks to the next level. With another Cisco Live fading in the rear-view mirror, I find myself reflecting on some of the really interesting events that happened. I’m not talking about the customer […]
#CiscoChat Recap: Have APIs Killed the CLI?
Have you claimed your #DEVNET account, yet? Register at developer.cisco.com and stay tuned for more great #CiscoChats with our #CiscoSE friends!
The ISR 4000 Series – One Platform to Rule Them All
This week Cisco announced an entirely new approach to delivering rich services to the Enterprise branch office with the introduction of the ISR 4000 Series. For those folks paying attention...
The Napkin Dialogues: Nexus Programmability, Part I
I know that I take a different approach to learning new things than most people. At least, I know my approach is different than the way people present them. The good news is that when I get something, I really get it. However, when looking at the juggernaut that is “Software-Defined X,” or even “programmability,” […]
6 Tips for High Density Network Design
The guys from No Strings Attached Show just published their podcast we sponsored featuring Jim Florwick yesterday and already the verdict is in: Jim Florwick is awesome. For those of you who haven’t had the chance to download the podcast yet (What are you waiting for?! Download podcast) or you have a few extra minutes to […]