infrastructure as code
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.
Don’t Fix it, Throw it Away! Disposable Infrastructure @ OSCON 2016
Next week at the O’Reilly Open Source Conference (OSCON) in Austin, Texas, I’ll be teaching systems administrators and developers how to throw away their servers each time they want to make a simple change. Sounds ridiculous? That’s what I thought as first too. But ask any experienced sys-admin how many times a “simple, one line […]
Forbes Article Reinforces Cisco Composable Infrastructure Strategy
“It’s the end of the server as we know it”. That’s the title of an article published today in Forbes describing the attributes of a new category of systems that Cisco introduced last year called composable infrastructure. In the article Gina Longoria, a senior analyst with of Moor Insights & Strategy, explains the attributes of […]