In part one of its Open NX-OS series, Cisco demonstrated how to maximize your network programmability and automation with Open NX-OS to simplify infrastructure management. In part two of the Open NX-OS DemoFriday series, Cisco will now cover the the necessary network programmability tools to optimize Open NX-OS to provide the advanced framework for network control. Discover how to create a programmable network as Cisco discusses and demonstrates the NX-API Rest (Object Model), NX-Toolkit, and the NX-API in detail. Understand how utilizing these network programmability tools with Open NX-OS enables organizations to accelerate the DevOps model approach, respond quickly to customer demand, and exposes greater programmability and automation capabilities.
In this DemoFriday – led by Cisco’s Director of Technical Marketing Rango Rao and Product Manager Shane Corban – you will gain a solid understanding of how:
- NX-API REST exposes functions as a series of objects and attributes – providing the architecture for network programmability
- The NX-Toolkit enables users to quickly begin using the REST API and accelerate the learning curve necessary to begin using the Cisco Nexus Switch
- The NX-API capability allows you to send and receive commands over HTTP to a remote switch and get the result of those commands in the JSON format, making it easier to understand and especially to script
Register below to join SDxCentral and Cisco for the second installment of its Open NX-OS DemoFriday series on September 25th at 10:00am PT.
Don’t sweat it if you can’t make it to the live event. Register below and we will let you know when all of the assets from the live event are available so you can enjoy them at your convenience.