After its first DemoFriday on network programmability and automation featuring Cisco’s Open NX-OS, Cisco is hosting another SDxCentral presentation on September 25th at 10:00am PT. This time around, the emphasis will not be placed on automation, but Cisco will rather demonstrate why the NX-API REST (Object Model) is a great network programmability tool.
Cisco understands that many systems were designed to work in static environments. It also knows that such systems can no longer keep up with the network requirements of modern businesses. In order to achieve speed and scalability, archaic systems with stagnant network configurations need to be revamped to match up to the needs and challenges of current markets.
During this DemoFriday on network programmability, Cisco’s Director of technical Marketing Ranga Rao and Product Management Manager Shane Corban will cover why the NX-API provides you with optimal programmability. They will also cover capabilities of the Cisco NX-API such as:
- The ability to send and receive commands over HTTP to a remote switch
- The ability to get the result of those commands in the JSON format
- The ability to bridge legacy systems and new UIs without screen scraping
If you wish to accelerate the DevOps model approach and respond more quickly to consumer demand, this is an event you don’t want to miss. Furthermore, instead of having to manually create new objects when you transition to newer systems, you will learn how you can use the NX-Toolkit to have objects automatically created for you.
Wait no more, sign up below for the network programmability DemoFriday and join us live on September 25th and 10:00am PT!
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