network automation

SOS! My Peering is Under Attack!

Now that the Internet has become critical to our day-day lives we really feel the impact when it goes down. While the origin of the Internet – the so-called “ARPANET” was built for resiliency and redundancy there are some hidden vulnerabilities that can undermine its stability.

July 16, 2019

DEVELOPER

Network Automation Using Unified API – Napalm

NAPALM supports several methods to connect to devices, manipulate configurations, or retrieve data.

July 15, 2019

DEVELOPER

CI/CD Demo: Setting Your Local Environment – NetDevOps Series, Part 8

This is part 2 of the CI/CD Demo, on how to run your own demo using CI/CD pipelines for network configuration management.

June 27, 2019

DEVELOPER

CI/CD Demo: Intro and Server Setup – NetDevOps Series, Part 7

NetDevOps will deliver consistent version-controlled infrastructure configurations, deployed with parallel and automated provisioning.

June 27, 2019

PERSPECTIVES

DevNet Integrations – Network Automation with Puppet, a Cisco Champion Radio Podcast (S6|Ep.11)

In this episode of Cisco Champion Radio, we chat with Stuart Clark of Cisco DevNet and Rick Sherman of Puppet about network automation. Our Cisco Champion hosts are Daren Fulwell and Pieter-Jan Nefkens.

June 25, 2019

DEVELOPER

pyATS & Genie – Beneath the Surface

pyATS is a powerful and highly-pluggable Python test framework designed to provide maximum flexibility to developers. Genie focuses on building reusable network automation libraries and test cases.

June 19, 2019

DEVELOPER

A Cisco CCIE Discusses His Journey with Network Automation

Cisco is at the forefront of enabling Development and Operations teams to work together through its technology.

June 13, 2019

DEVELOPER

Applying DevOps to Your Network – NetDevOps Series, Part 6

DevOps principles are not exclusive to software development, and some of them can definitely be applied to infrastructure configuration.

June 7, 2019

DEVELOPER

Running NetBeez Agents on Cisco Catalyst Switches

Catalyst owners can now easily install the NetBeez docker agent on their switches via the Cisco CLI.