Three ways ISE 3.0 enables visibility-driven network segmentation to gain zero trust
ISE 3.0 takes a big leap forward to simplify and ease the deployment of network segmentation, while giving customers the visibility they require to ensure this level of protection doesn’t shut down business objectives. Read our blog to learn more.
Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 1
Cisco IT has powerful motivations to shift to a software-defined access (SDA) fabric network, as part of our ongoing journey to an advanced network architecture. In this blog I will explain these motivations. In part 2 (coming soon), I’ll share our guiding principles, how we did it, and payoffs to date. Over the last several […]
Network automation: offering choices now key
Moving your IT organization to network automation and programmability now requires offering choices based on three key options.
Cisco leads intent-based networking over the competition
Intent-based networking addresses a critical challenge to bridge the gap between business and IT – to provision, modify and assure massive networks without compromising security and application performance. But how do vendor implementations compare?
Life as Cisco’s Chief Stroopwafel Officer
How do Stroopwafels connect this Cisco Systems Enginner? Nicole W. shares her story - and explains what Stroopwafels are!
A Year’s Worth of Intent-based Networking Innovation
At Cisco, we have spent many of these last 525,600 minutes developing, innovating and working together with customers and partners to help advance their Intent-based networking journeys. #CiscoDNA