How a Traditional Network Engineer Got Started with Network Programmability
When I was asked to write my experiences preparing to present in the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live 2017, the first thought that came to mind was,...
Learning Python on IOS-XE…turning anxiety to excitement
CLI programming skills are still relevant in IOS XE, but adding a Linux container with Python natively embedded in release 16.5 takes programmable networks to the next level. With another Cisco Live fading in the rear-view mirror, I find myself reflecting on some of the really interesting events that happened. I’m not talking about the customer […]
PyREBox, a Python scriptable Reverse Engineering sandbox
This post was authored by Xabier Ugarte Pedrero In Talos, we are continuously trying to improve our research and threat intelligence capabilities. As a consequence, we not only leverage standard tools for analysis, but we also focus our efforts on innovation, developing our own technology to overcome new challenges. Also, Talos has traditionally supported open-source […]
Ansible and UCS Management Integration
You can now use Ansible for configuration management, deployment, and orchestration of Cisco UCS servers, storage, fabric, hyperconverged infrastructure and converged infrastructure as well as Nexus switches.
Cisco UCS Programmability
Infrastructure automation, continuous deployment and efficient operations require programmable infrastructure. Developers want to treat physical infrastructure the way they treat other application services, using processes that automatically provision or change infrastructure resources. Your operations staff needs to provision, configure, and monitor physical and virtual resources. This allows them to automate routine activities and rapidly isolate […]
Programmability and UCS Management
Cisco UCS was architected as a programmable infrastructure from its inception.