Ports: A Complex Environment Transforming with Automation
Learn how automation is transforming the ports industry in part three of three of our Transforming Industries with Autonomous Operations series.
pyATS Demos: Getting Started – NetDevOps Series, Part 13
Learn how to use pyATS to execute a single command on a certain network device. What if you could do the same for a large list of devices?
An Introduction Into Kubernetes Networking – Part 1
Part 1 - Container-to-Container Communications. Learn how Cisco Hyperflex Application Platform(HXAP) delivers an integrated container-as-a-service platform that simplifies provisioning and ongoing operations for Kubernetes.
The Evolving Cloud-Native Infrastructure
At Cisco, we have been thinking through what connectivity looks like to the application developer and platform engineer. The cloud-native Network would connect all such service endpoints, and only those endpoints, wherever they happen to be and in whatever form – as modern cloud-native, or traditional monolithic systems.
Knative: running serverless applications on top of Kubernetes
That gap between Kubernetes infrastructure and serverless applications is what Knative can fill. Learn what it is and how it works in this blog.
Cisco & Microsoft: Making Containerized Apps Easier
Our collaboration with Microsoft enabled Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to integrate into the Cisco Container Platform via our natively-integrated Kubernetes managed services, further accelerating containerized application innovation.
Simplifying Container Orchestration with Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS
Cisco and AWS collaborated to create the Cisco Hybrid solution for Kubernetes on AWS, a unique integration between Cisco Container Platform (CCP) and Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS).
How To Provision a Production-Grade Kubernetes Cluster From Anywhere, With Just One Button (Literally)
I bet all of you who are working or playing with Kubernetes still remember perfectly the first time you tried to install it. And then the second time. And then the third time. And finally, the one that it worked.