Deploying Your Django App to Production – Flexing the Network Device APIs Muscles with johann, Part 4
The fourth and final part of the series looks at deploying your Django, or any Python-based web application, to Production. Here's help on your NetDevOps / Device API journey.
Learn to Build a Troubleshooting Assistant at DevNet Create
Want to explore new ways to apply network automation skills to real world network operations and engineering activities? Register to attend Hank's session at DevNet Create.
Integration with Chuck Norris and Meraki APIs – Getting Started with ChatOps, Part 4
Learn how you can start working with the Meraki API to create a chatbot that tells users about the Meraki networks they manage.
Message Details – Getting Started with ChatOps, Part 3
Learn about "ChatOps" - operating infrastructure systems with bots via messaging applications. In Part 3 of the series, learn how to obtain all details about messages received from your ChatBot.
How to Simplify Container Automation: Intro to Cloud Native Buildpacks
Here's one way DevNet supports App developer's NetDevOps journey -- Learn how buildpacks have everything app devs need to containerize their apps by executing one command.
Defining Your Bot Logic – Getting Started with ChatOps, Part 2
Get the code required to implement your bot logic for operating infrastructure systems via messaging applications.
Avoiding Silent Automation
See how you can work with Python's flexible logging system to create an overall monitoring system that includes the messages from your network devices, your infrastructure applications, and your automation scripts.
Using a Bot to Operate Your Network!? – Getting Started with ChatOps, Part 1
Operating infrastructure systems with bots via messaging applications is what we call ChatOps. Learn why ChatOps is a foundational block for network operations, AI, and Natural Language Processing.
Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 2
In this two-part blog series, Travis describes Cisco IT’s motivations for shifting to a software-defined access fabric network and our guiding principles for implementing Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access), along with lessons learned and outcomes achieved thus far.