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. Continue reading “The Five On… Catalyst 9800 Wireless controllers”
Welcome Pieter-Jan to the first “The five on…” session. In The Five on I will ask you five questions on a specific topic. You are now a Cisco Champion for 2 years, aren’t you? I would like to ask you some questions on the program and your experiences. Continue reading “The Five on.. “Cisco Champion””
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.
Network Programmability on the web pretty much evolves around Python. Is Swift mature enough and powerfull enough to be used for programming the network? Time to write up my experiences in a blog series. The first post is an introduction to Swift. Continue reading “Swift & Network programmability, a good combo? An introduction.”
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a blog. Time has just flown by and I can’t even believe that it’s almost october! I do have enough ideas to blog on but finding the time has been difficult. Today we had an ad hoc coffee hour with the Cisco Champions and the conversation was about which tool you use to write as well. Reason for this was of course also that I’ve started to author a CiscoPress book on Intent-based networking. Continue reading “Using scrivener as a blogging tool”
So I am in the lucky position that in the past few weeks I’ve been working with the DNA-Center solution in different ways in a primarily automation focused project. One of the new philosophies of the Cisco DNA-C BU is to deliver updates more frequently and in a micro-update based strategy. E.g. if a package has a bug, only that package can be updated, on the fly. So DNA-Center needs to have a connection to the Internet. And it’s time to share my experiences. Continue reading “Updating DNA-Center experiences”