Bringing Programmability and NetDevOps to Barcelona for #CLEUR
It’s right around the corner… Cisco Live Europe 2018 in Barcelona, and I absolutely can’t wait! Every Cisco Live I’ve ever been to, or presented at, has been an amazing experience, but Barcelona is going to be in a league of its own. From the moment I arrive in Spain on Friday morning the entire […]
DevSecOps: Win-Win for All
[This is part one of a four-part blog series about DevSecOps.] Today, companies are transforming their business to offer customers connected digital experiences where products and services are increasingly powered by mobile, cloud and data analytics capabilities. Developers in turn are moving to Development Operations (DevOps) processes to meet the need for greater agility and […]
Kubernetes: Industry Transformation 10 Years in the Making
We’ve come a long way as an industry in last 10 years. As I travel to #KubeCon in Austin, I’m reflecting back on what has changed.
Introducing #TheGrubbCast – Taming IT Complexity with Automation & Visibility
A technology guru explains his new podcast on industry trends in technology & infrastructure.
Cloud Unfiltered Podcast, Episode 25: What is Cisco CloudCenter?
You already know that Cisco CloudCenter is CliQr, right? Right? OK, maybe not. If you follow technology news, you probably heard a lot about CliQr a few years ago. It was a hot cloud management startup. You also probably heard that Cisco acquired it back in April of 2016. But you probably didn’t hear much […]
Cloud Unfiltered, Ep24: Chatting with the Organizers of DevOpsDays Nashville
Joel Parks, Alicia Davis, and Nick Wallace were all involved in putting together DevOpsDays Nashville this year—which makes them interesting to us right out of the gate—but they’re also the kind of people you just really enjoy sitting down and chatting with if you work in the tech industry. DevOpsDays just happened last week, (October […]
Part 2: NetDevOps Goes Beyond Infrastructure as Code
In NetDevOps, it is standard to have a "Continuous Development" approach to network changes. Proposed network changes are picked up by build servers which manage the progression from "Development" to "Test" and into "Production". NetDevOps will mirror what is becoming commonplace in software development teams.
Part 1: Embrace NetDevOps, Say Goodbye to a “Culture of Fear”
Network Builders focus on the care and feeding of the network, making sure it's available for the "consumers". The Network Consumers are the users of the network, and expect to treat the network like a utility - it "should just work".