infrastructure as code
Using Infrastructure as Code to deploy F5 Application Delivery and Cisco ACI Service Chaining
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) provides the means to automatically deploy both the Cisco ACI network infrastructure configuration and the BIG-IP L4-L7 services for applications. Here, we provide our customers a joint solution and a series of tools that can be used to start their IaC journey.
Enabling Enterprise Transformation with Cloud Native Networking
Cisco's commitment to Open Networking—encompassing Containers, Kubernetes, and Infrastructure-as-Code—supports our goal of ensuring network, cloud, and development teams can focus on connecting, securing, and operating their business applications.
Secure Network Analytics (Stealthwatch) Then, Now and Beyond – Part 3: Into the Future
The final part in our look at the past, present, and future of Secure Network Analytics. We’ve looked at the origins of the product formerly known as Stealthwatch and now it’s time for us to look ahead as we consider what the future holds.
Five Digital Transformations to Build Resiliency in a Disrupted World
Scott Harrell, SVP and GM of IBNG, highlights five areas ripe for digital transformation that CIOs and CSOs should be thinking about to adapt to disrupted workplaces and workforces while supporting innovation in applications and workloads that drive business resiliency.
Cisco Data Center Networking makes a stellar debut at HashiConf Digital 2020
Don't miss the Cisco Innovations showcase at the HashiConf Digital 2020 conference, a series of lightening talks where Cisco SMEs discuss innovative joint solutions brought to you by Cisco and HashiCorp.
Tune in: “Demystifying Cisco Orchestration for Infrastructure as Code”
See how Cisco orchestration solutions extend the benefits of automation to the entire stack. Register now to watch the live demo.
What Does “Network as Code” Mean?
Networking Evangelist Hank Preston proposes three principles for Network as Code within NetDevOps. Do you agree?
Cisco UCS Programmability
Infrastructure automation, continuous deployment and efficient operations require programmable infrastructure. Developers want to treat physical infrastructure the way they treat other application services, using processes that automatically provision or change infrastructure resources. Your operations staff needs to provision, configure, and monitor physical and virtual resources. This allows them to automate routine activities and rapidly isolate […]
Implementing DevOps with Cisco UCS and VMware vRealize
A Cisco sponsored session at VMworld provides practical guidance for IT organizations transitioning to DevOps methodologies.