Catalyst Switching Programmability: The Workshop
Let me just start by saying this…10 minutes before we even started the webinar, the questions started rolling in. The first question, of course, being “Do I need to understand programming to be a network engineer?” Something we’re hearing over and over these days. If you’re asking my honest answer on that, I would say…it […]
Welcome to the Developer Blog at Cisco
Hear from DevNet’s Developer Evangelists and the DevNet Innovation Team, and get real world case studies about how Cisco partners, ISVs, and customers are using our APIs and platforms.
New Frontiers: Anti-Aging Treatment for your Network
With Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA), flexibility sits at the core of the network thanks to programmability all the way down at the chip level.
Networking at DevNet Create 2017
As we evaluate Cisco's first-ever conference catering to its developer community, we look at where Cisco's developer program started, where it is currently, and where it is going.
“Recalculating”… Service Providers Improve TCO with Programmable Networks
The cost for service providers to keep up with market and customer demands can become overwhelming. A programmable network can help lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and create other positive business outcomes.
Network Programmability – Bringing the Digital Revolution to Network Programming
The next time you fly, look at the instrument panel the pilots are using to fly the plane. Gone are the quivering dials and cloudy gauges. Flight decks are now dominated by sleek, digital displays and advanced on-board systems that allow pilots to focus on flying the plane rather than managing the instrumentation. The digital […]
How to get started on programming Firepower using FMC APIs?
If you are reading this blog then you most likely understand that APIs allow inter-working among products. In the context of Firepower Management Center, the REST APIs allow programming of the Firepower devices to allow one to automatically provision devices, deploy policies and controls, and monitor device health. In this blog I will try to […]