Using Technology to Meet Asset Management Requirements for FFIEC Regulations
There are several ways that tooling and automation can be used to satisfy FFIEC Operations' asset management requirements. Here, we cover two different approaches to managing assets: an enterprise-ready, multivendor cross-architecture solution and an example of functional code using APIs across existing Cisco controller solutions.
We’ve Doubled the Number of Cisco DNA Center Reservable Sandboxes
We've doubled the number of Cisco DNA Center reservable sandboxes to make it easier for you to test and develop your Cisco DNA Center applications and integrations. Fully test all the features of the Cisco DNA Center platform including building SDA fabrics.
Come Play in the New Sandbox for Nexus Dashboard and NDO
This sandbox allows developers to test the latest platforms and APIs that they can then use to manage their modern datacenter fabrics. See how Nexus Dashboard can help reduce workload and toil in your day-to-day.
Get Hands-on with the Meraki API in the DevNet Sandbox
Play with the Meraki API in the DevNet Sandbox. See how easy it is to programmatically control and manage all aspects of your network and create meaningful results.
Get Hands-on in the Cisco Crosswork Automation Sandbox
See first hand how the Cisco Crosswork Network Automation microservices platform brings together streaming telemetry, big data, and model-driven APIs to enable service providers to quickly deploy intent-driven, closed-loop network operations.
Automation or Programmability: Which Is better For DevOps?
A few years ago, I was tasked with solving a problem at work: I had to figure out how to stay in compliance with a National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) audit requirement for properly tracking and logging security vulnerabilities in our technology and applications. We had only a rough collection of functions in our software […]