Unlocking the Power of Enterprise Applications
Cisco is doing a lot to unlock the power of enterprise applications, not only through our own development activities but also with important technology partners.
Tech Field Day Cloud Sessions at Cisco Live US
It’s that time! Cisco Live US is next week in Orlando and among the many exciting events going on during the conference, Tech Field Day will be one of them.
Microservices Deployments with Cisco Container Platform
Technological developments in the age of Industry 4.0 are accelerating some business sectors at a head-spinning pace. Innovation is fueling the drive for greater profitability. One way tech managers are handling changes is through the use of microservices, enabled by containers. And as usual, Cisco is taking advantage of the latest technologies.
Have You Ever Considered CI/CD as a Service?
Are you interested in creating a complete, fully configured CI/CD environment with a single request, saving you tons of time in configuring and managing the pipeline?
Fast and Furious (and Easy) Kubernetes Deployments – DevOps Series, Part 7
Managing application life-cycle can get really complex when working with microservices. Helm is a tool that packages required microservices, and makes it easier to start/stop them as per required dependencies.
Multicloud Workload Protection – Cisco Tetration Welcomes Container Workloads
Containers are one of the fastest growing technology trends inside the Data Center. Learn how Cisco Tetration provides lateral security for multi-cloud workloads inclusive of containers.
How to Leverage a Public Cloud for Microservices-based Application Deployment – DevOps Series, Part 5
New DevNet Learning Lab shows you how to set your environment, connectivity, and how to deploy a modern microservices-based application into a public Cloud environment.
Unveiling the Magic Behind On-premises Infrastructure – DevOps Series, Part 4
Once developers feel comfortable with their code, Ops needs to think about how it will go into the production environment -- on-premises (private) or in the Cloud (public)?