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April 25, 2018

DEVELOPER

Render your first network configuration template using Python and Jinja2

Using Python and Jinja2 to automate network configuration templates is a really useful way to simplify the repetitive tasks network engineers face on a daily basis.

April 13, 2018

THREAT RESEARCH

Malware monitor – leveraging PyREBox for malware analysis

This post was authored by Xabier Ugarte Pedrero In July 2017 we released PyREBox, a Python Scriptable Reverse Engineering Sandbox as an open source tool. This project is part...

April 2, 2018

DEVELOPER

How to Deploy a UCS Manager Environment with Far Less Python Code

Learn how to use the UCS Python SDK to write less Python code, and still do everything with respect to the UCS Object Model

March 13, 2018

DATA CENTER

Programmable Infrastructure and the Cisco Intersight API

Cisco Intersight includes a RESTful API that supports the OpenAPI standard to provide full programmability and deep integrations with third-party tools and systems. Now partners and customers can begin to...

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 2, 2018

DEVELOPER

NetDevOps, and the Rise of the Programmable Network (PN)

NetDevOps is a new discipline that helps applications and network teams work together to utilize a software programmable network to more quickly and accurately provision your infrastructure.

February 28, 2018

DEVELOPER

Network Programmability at Cisco Live Melbourne

Come learn from Network Programmability expert Adrian Iliesiu in the #DevNet Zone at Cisco Live Melbourne! #CLMel

January 8, 2018

DEVELOPER

Introducing the Network Programmability Video Course

The Network Programmability Basics Video Course is a collection of 28 videos organized into 6 modules. We created it to help jumpstart your journey into network programmability. It's LIVE now!

October 23, 2017

DEVELOPER

New DevNet Learning Module, “Home Lab: Setting up Your Desktop OS for Network Programmability”

Hey, you networkers out there. (Yes, it’s a little weird – I’m talking to networkers in a blog post at a site where a lot of Developers hang out.) Remember the short struggle when you first learned about Cisco devices? What cable to use to connect to the console? What drivers to add to make […]