Cisco Threat Response: Open Source Integrations You Can Use Now
Cisco Threat Response is built upon a collection of APIs; which can be used to integrate your Cisco and third-party security products, automate the incident response process and manage...
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 60: The OpenStack Edge Computing Group, with Ildiko Vancsa
Is it just me, or have we been talking about edge computing forever? OK, maybe not forever, but certainly on and off for the past ten years. Maybe longer than...
Documenting Network Automation Examples on DevNet Code Exchange
Don't let the lack of concise documentation in open source projects slow down on your network automation journey. DevNet Code Exchange can help.
What’s Next for Developers Working on Real-time Communications Applications?
Join experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas on leading future development in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 57: Navigating the Waves of Innovation, with Lew Tucker
Do you know who Lew Tucker is? Of course you do. He’s the VP and CTO of Cloud Computing at Cisco, but that’s probably not why you know him. You...
Building a User Group Everyone Wants to Join
I’m fairly in awe of Lisa-Marie Namphy. She runs the world’s largest OpenStack user group and has had a hand in starting and/or running at least a dozen other tech meetups—all while holding down a very real full-time job...
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 38: Kata, Kata, Kata!
Hey Kata! Where did you come from, and why are you suddenly such a hot topic? I swear I had never heard of you prior to this past OpenStack Summit,...
The Southern California Linux Expo is Not Just About Linux
SoCal Linux Expo (“SCaLE”) founder Ilan Rabinovitch joins this week’s Cloud Unfiltered podcast to discuss how Linux is still evolving like crazy, from containers and automation to security and monitoring.