programmability

July 2, 2018

DEVELOPER

Developer Community Role Models

Whether you're early in your career, or planning your next decade in an industry you've already mastered, get inspired by #TeamDevNet.

June 12, 2018

ENTERPRISE NETWORKS

Building the Intent-Based Network with DevNet

#Cisco just made an announcement about releasing new developer capabilities for intent-based networking. Cisco's new DNA Center platform adds programmability to DNA Center. #CiscoDNA

March 8, 2018

DEVELOPER

Why is Cisco Teaching Me Python? 

Is learning topics related to programmable networks - like Python, JSON, REST APIs - really critical to your success as a network engineer?

March 6, 2018

DEVELOPER

How Do I Get Started Learning Network Programmability?  

Learning Labs, Sandboxes, live events, certification courses, and even a network programmability basics video course offer excellent resources to get you launched on your network programming journey.

November 22, 2017

SP360: SERVICE PROVIDER

The Future of Telecom Networks: Programmed to Succeed

Programmability is an exciting area of network technology that creates a world of new agile services for service providers. When it comes to creating fast, flexible, on-demand services, programmability is key

October 19, 2017

DEVELOPER

DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Latin America

#CiscoLiveLA: a marathon of knowledge transfer, training sessions and fun activities!

October 11, 2017

DEVELOPER

Part 2: NetDevOps Goes Beyond Infrastructure as Code

In NetDevOps, it is standard to have a "Continuous Development" approach to network changes.  Proposed network changes are picked up by build servers which manage the progression from "Development" to "Test" and into "Production".  NetDevOps will mirror what is becoming commonplace in software development teams.

October 9, 2017

DEVELOPER

Part 1: Embrace NetDevOps, Say Goodbye to a “Culture of Fear”

Network Builders focus on the care and feeding of the network, making sure it's available for the "consumers". The Network Consumers are the users of the network, and expect to treat the network like a utility - it "should just work".