open APIs

October 30, 2015


Halloween can be scary. Automating your network doesn’t need to be.

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Some random, yet strangely connected, thoughts the night before Halloween… Zombies can be scary: Death Metal*...

November 6, 2014


OPEN: A Fundamental Part of the Network of the Future

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Over the past several years, I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of two important trends in the networking industry - the evolution of open standards and open APIs,...

August 26, 2013


ONE + ONE = 6: New Math for Enterprise Programmability

4 min read

In my previous 3-part blog series I discussed the challenges in the Enterprise WAN and relevancy of SDN in overcoming these challenges and how Cisco ONE Enterprise Networks Architecture addresses these WAN challenges. In this blog post I will discuss how Cisco ONE (Open Network Environment) and ONE Enterprise Networks Architecture fit together. In a […]

June 20, 2013


Let’s Clear Up Some Misconceptions – Is SDN Relevant to the Enterprise WAN?

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June is summer weather in the San Francisco Bay Area, but quite different from the June I was used to in Boston. A common misconception around Mark Twain and his relationship with San Francisco summer is that he never said “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” But he did […]