Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 2
In the first installment of this two-part blog series, I described Cisco IT’s motivations for shifting to a software-defined access fabric network – part of our ongoing journey to an advanced network architecture. In this blog, I will explain our guiding principles for implementing Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access), along with lessons learned and outcomes achieved […]
The pyATS DevNet Journey: Aspirations & Inspirations
pyATS has gone from launch to the current 20,000+ downloads/month. Read how making a once internal tool available to the open-source NetDevOps community at large is enabling engineers and empowering solutions.
Get Hands-on Experience with Programmability & Edge Computing on a Cisco IoT Gateway
See how the Cisco IR1101 lets you configure your industrial router and get network telemetry data from a single, ruggedized IoT gateway. Features include an open edge-compute framework, cellular interfaces, and high-end industrial features.
Find Out What’s New for NSO on DevNet
See a demo of known best practices for using Cisco NSO in areas such as data modelling, service templates, and using the Python and RESTCONF API. Register to attend the live webinar April 8th, 9:00 am PDT | 16:00 GMT.
How can I automate device configurations using CML2?
Cisco Modeling Labs is a great tool for learning all aspects of networking, including automation. Hank discusses options for making the setup and management of your lab topology fast, easy, and automated.
Read-Only YANG Leaves: Where Does the Data Come From?
DevNet's Hank Preston digs into another user's question related to model driven programmability. Do you have a question about network automation? You can Ask Hank!
Native, IETF, OpenConfig… Why so many YANG models?
Which YANG model to use for your project? Ask Hank takes a look at your options, and how model driven programmability is a foundational technology for the automation engineer.