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Cisco introduced their Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) strategy with the implementation of Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - DC as implemented on the new generation Nexus 9000 switches in the data center. The APIC - Enterprise Module (APIC-EM) focuses on the campus network and the WAN. One of the goals of this strategy is to expose a rich REST API for DevOps applications. This course will introduce the features of Cisco ACI, APIC - DC, and then the APIC-Enterprise Module. With this background, the REST API of APIC-EM will be explored in depth, utilizing multiple methods of accomplishing automation. With a focus on real programming labs this course will benefit Cisco networking professionals who are looking to move from device configuration duties into the DevOps domain that is so critical for a modern data center. The author always asks the question - "Where are the Data Center programmers ?" and provides networking and virtualization professionals the knowledge to fulfill that role.

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(08-28-2016, 01:02 PM)Billy Wrote: NE Cisco SDN with APIC - Enterprise Module :: Capability Overview

Cisco introduced their Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) strategy with the implementation of Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - DC as implemented on the new generation Nexus 9000 switches in the data center. The APIC - Enterprise Module (APIC-EM) focuses on the campus network and the WAN. One of the goals of this strategy is to expose a rich REST API for DevOps applications. This course will introduce the features of Cisco ACI, APIC - DC, and then the APIC-Enterprise Module. With this background, the REST API of APIC-EM will be explored in depth, utilizing multiple methods of accomplishing automation. With a focus on real programming labs this course will benefit Cisco networking professionals who are looking to move from device configuration duties into the DevOps domain that is so critical for a modern data center. The author always asks the question - "Where are the Data Center programmers ?" and provides networking and virtualization professionals the knowledge to fulfill that role.

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(08-28-2016, 01:02 PM)Billy Wrote: NE Cisco SDN with APIC - Enterprise Module :: Capability Overview

Cisco introduced their Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) strategy with the implementation of Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - DC as implemented on the new generation Nexus 9000 switches in the data center. The APIC - Enterprise Module (APIC-EM) focuses on the campus network and the WAN. One of the goals of this strategy is to expose a rich REST API for DevOps applications. This course will introduce the features of Cisco ACI, APIC - DC, and then the APIC-Enterprise Module. With this background, the REST API of APIC-EM will be explored in depth, utilizing multiple methods of accomplishing automation. With a focus on real programming labs this course will benefit Cisco networking professionals who are looking to move from device configuration duties into the DevOps domain that is so critical for a modern data center. The author always asks the question - "Where are the Data Center programmers ?" and provides networking and virtualization professionals the knowledge to fulfill that role.

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(08-28-2016, 01:02 PM)Billy Wrote: NE Cisco SDN with APIC - Enterprise Module :: Capability Overview

Cisco introduced their Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) strategy with the implementation of Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - DC as implemented on the new generation Nexus 9000 switches in the data center. The APIC - Enterprise Module (APIC-EM) focuses on the campus network and the WAN. One of the goals of this strategy is to expose a rich REST API for DevOps applications. This course will introduce the features of Cisco ACI, APIC - DC, and then the APIC-Enterprise Module. With this background, the REST API of APIC-EM will be explored in depth, utilizing multiple methods of accomplishing automation. With a focus on real programming labs this course will benefit Cisco networking professionals who are looking to move from device configuration duties into the DevOps domain that is so critical for a modern data center. The author always asks the question - "Where are the Data Center programmers ?" and provides networking and virtualization professionals the knowledge to fulfill that role.

Download

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(08-28-2016, 01:02 PM)Billy Wrote: NE Cisco SDN with APIC - Enterprise Module :: Capability Overview

Cisco introduced their Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) strategy with the implementation of Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - DC as implemented on the new generation Nexus 9000 switches in the data center. The APIC - Enterprise Module (APIC-EM) focuses on the campus network and the WAN. One of the goals of this strategy is to expose a rich REST API for DevOps applications. This course will introduce the features of Cisco ACI, APIC - DC, and then the APIC-Enterprise Module. With this background, the REST API of APIC-EM will be explored in depth, utilizing multiple methods of accomplishing automation. With a focus on real programming labs this course will benefit Cisco networking professionals who are looking to move from device configuration duties into the DevOps domain that is so critical for a modern data center. The author always asks the question - "Where are the Data Center programmers ?" and provides networking and virtualization professionals the knowledge to fulfill that role.

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