Swift & Network programmability, a good combo? An introduction.

Swift is commonly known by iOS and MacOSX Software developers as Apple introduced the language in 2014 for MacOSX, iOS, and Linux application development.
In my role as software engineer, I’ve used different programming languages to build small tools, solutions or prototypes. For network programmability,​ I’ve used Java as my primary language. I have my reasons, which I might share later in another post.

Hitting 100% CPU after restore on Firepower Management Center

I recently purchased a new microserver to reduce my power footprint at home. And I had to move the FMC (Firepower Management Center) from the...

PoC on Network API’s

A sample use case of what is possible when you bring two great technologies together

Cisco NL Strategic Innovation Tour 2019

Cisco NL organized an innovation tour in the bay area for a few Dutch Cisco Partners in Silicon Valley. This blog is a brief summary of my experiences

FTD 6.2 and Remote Access VPN (anyconnect) configuration

With Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) version 6.2 Cisco has introduced the remote access VPN functionality from the ASA firewall software. For an...
It’s been a while…

It’s been a while…

It's been a long time since I've put a blog post up on my site. It's not that I have not been busy, on the contrary. I have been working on my book (Transforming existing networks to Intent Based Networking), which is going to be published later this year, exciting,...

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The Five On… Catalyst 9800 Wireless controllers

The Five On… Catalyst 9800 Wireless controllers

At the last PartnerSummit, Cisco introduced the new Catalyst 9800 wireless controller. With me today is Simone Arena, wireless specialist and principal TME within the Enterprise Networking Group from Cisco and co-author of the Digital Network Architecture book from Cisco Press.

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