The Wait Is Over: Cisco YANG Suite Is Here!
Learn how YANG Suite enables you to do network programmability, letting you leverage a new API endpoint to build your application and understand the endpoint and what it returns.
Dear Hank… Help Me with RESTCONF URL Creation
Got a network automation question? Ask Hank. Here, a network engineer wants to understand how the URLs for RESTCONF are constructed from the YANG models, and how to use the feature for updating IP addresses.
NETCONF, RESTCONF, YANG Sessions Coming to CLMEL
I’ve got a secret and I’ll share it if you promise not to tell anyone in the US, Europe, or LATAM. You promise?... OK, good.
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.
Want to Get Started with Network Programmability? Meet me at Cisco Live!
Are you interested in network programmability but not sure where to get started? Are you going to Cisco Live? If you answered yes to either question read...
Hackathon@AIS Builds Technical Capacity Around Networking Standards in Africa
Participants used programming languages such as Python, and network and device level YANG models via NETCONF and RESTCONF to interact with Cisco IOS XE devices and OpenDaylight.
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,...
Model-driven Programmability: The Rise of Network Automation
Software automation and data analytics are changing the face of computer networks. They are radically transforming how networks are built and operated. We are rapidly moving away from a world where a network operator manages tenths of network devices. Instead, one individual can deploy and manage hundreds, thousands and tenths of thousands of complex network devices with […]