I’ve had many alternatives to talk at conferences throughout my profession, however this upcoming Cisco Dwell will likely be my first time main a workshop within the Cisco Dwell DevNet Zone. I’ll even be a presenter at different periods. The frequent threads among the many periods are matters associated to on-premises computing. Particularly, workloads that run on Intersight Kubernetes Service (IKS).
Listed below are my periods:
Occasion Pushed Infrastructure with Intersight Kubernetes Service and TriggerMesh, June 14, at midday.
Cisco’s Intersight Kubernetes Service (IKS) supplies an on-premise Kubernetes platform as-a-Service. TriggerMesh is an open-source cloud-native integration platform constructed on Kubernetes and Knative used to construct event-driven infrastructure. On this session, you’ll see a demo of the facility of the open-source TriggerMesh undertaking to take any supply of information, rework and route that information utilizing any language or serverless operate, and ship it to your fashionable cloud-native purposes, all operating on Cisco IKS.
Exploring Cisco Intersight PowerShell and Python SDK with Jupyter Pocket book, June 15 at 1pm.
On this hands-on workshop you’l use Jupyter Pocket book to discover Intersight PowerShell and the Python SDK. You’ll pull stock, apply filter queries, and question the Alarms useful resource in Intersight whereas constructing a pocket book you may take with you increase on later.
The Every day Stand-Up Present: A spot the place Dev and Ops can each be heard, June 15, at 2.30pm.
On this session, my fellow Developer Advocate, Denise Kwan and I are internet hosting a brief (20 min) speak we name The Every day Standup Present. Our purpose is spotlight the collaboration between a developer (Denise) and somebody with an operations background (me). Please be a part of the dialog as we focus on points round how Devs and Ops work collectively to advertise or optimize a company’s DevOps transformation.
Intersight Kubernetes Service Observability for Cloud Native SD-WAN Optimization, June 16 at midday.
The Broad Space Community is usually within the vital path of your utility workflow. Particularly when customers are about to finish revenue-impacting transactions, WAN assets needs to be allotted to reduce utility efficiency degradation. On this session we’ll illustrate how hybrid cloud purposes, deployed by way of Cisco IKS, leverage the Cloud-Native SD-WAN API to find and optimize these mission vital utility flows.
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On this session, Cisco Developer Advocate, Jock Reed will introduce you to Kubernetes applied sciences and cloud orchestration. This session will present you the way highly effective Kubernetes is for managing and monitoring purposes and utility life cycles. This session will cowl the essential parts of a Kubernetes utility, and the bottom stage models for the way an utility is dropped at life utilizing Kubernetes. We’ll additionally focus on how Kubernetes has made its manner into edge compute purposes.
Introduction to APIClarity – A Wireshark for API’s, June 14 at 3pm, and June 16, at 10am.
Not all purposes within the cloud native world have their open API specification accessible – and that is very true for legacy and/or exterior purposes. After we attempt to make the most of APIs or assess the chance of those APIs, having the open API specification is an important and required constructing block. On this webinar, we are going to introduce APIClarity, a brand new open supply instrument that may act as a Wireshark for APIs and, when put in in a Kubernetes atmosphere.
To be taught extra, I like to recommend planning a while on the DevNet Zone at Cisco Dwell US in individual or just about. Or go to the DevNet Networking Dev Middle to seek out APIs, use instances, and studying assets associated to community programmability and automation. There’s a lot to find out about what Cisco is doing within the areas of safety, observability, community automation, computing, and a lot extra.
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