Implementing Meraki Deployments with Cisco Action Orchestrator
Meraki, Cisco’s fully cloud managed network infrastructure, fits a variety of use cases from small business to enterprise networks. Backed by a robust API, Meraki is easily integrated with other platforms to create multi-functional solutions. In this session, we will review the implementation of the Meraki APIs into Cisco Action Orchestrator to provision a branch site and its devices via API as part of a multi-domain solution.
RecordedApr 23 202062 mins
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Christopher Van Der Made, Developer Advocate, Cisco Systems
On this webinar, you will learn more about the "SecureX Serverless Relay". You will also learn about the brand new DevNet Learning Track, which teaches you how to create custom integrations with SecureX. The SecureX serverless relay is used to integrate 3rd party systems into SecureX. The serverless relay allows SecureX Threat Response to observe, deliberate, refer, and respond to observables from 3rd party solutions. The serverless relay can be deployed anywhere, on the application, bare metal server, VM, or in the cloud, such as AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, or Google Cloud Functions. For this DevNet Learning Lab, you will deploy the Serverless Relay Module in AWS.
Stuart Clark, Developer Advocate Cisco DevNet & Jason Belk, Developer Advocate Cisco NSO
Discover the new content for NSO now on Cisco DevNet and you can get started with it today. Live demos with topics that will be covered are data modeling, service templates, and using the Python and RESTCONF APIs.
It is very important for operators in any industry to have good visibility of their assets – either in outdoor or indoor spaces. For example, keeping an eye on their HVAC systems, networking closets, critical inventory, outdoor parking spaces, or even industrial assets on the shop floor. The new Meraki MT sensors, Meraki MV cameras, and Cisco Industrial Asset vision IoT sensor solution allow you to track those assets, get data for your decision making and create actionable notifications. See in this webinar how we integrated these solutions in our Cisco office in Frankfurt and how easy you can process the asset data and integrate it.
Krishan Veer and Christopher Van Der Made, Developer Advocates, Cisco Systems
Cisco Secure Endpoint (formerly known as AMP (Advanced Malware Protection) for Endpoints) has a powerful REST API to enable your security automation use cases. In this webinar we will do a quick introduction to AMP and AMP APIs, we will also explore some simple tasks you can think about for automation of your endpoints security workflows. We will explore automation using APIs for AMP for Endpoints event logs, audit logs, user activity, computer activities, etc. You will learn about simple scripting using Python/Postman. All of the used demos will be available via GitHub at the end of the presentation.
Jeremy Cohoe, Technical Marketing Engineer, Cisco Systems
YANG Suite is HTML5 based tooling that is available for working with the YANG based programmable interfaces on Cisco IOS XE, XR, and NX Network Operating Systems. It has plugins that allow for interacting with the programmable interfaces and supports downloading YANG files directly from network devices. The device lifecycle is supported with the tool specifically for Model-Driven Programmability and Model-Driven Telemetry use cases. During this session, an overview of YANG Suite's capabilities will be completed in a live-demo format where each of the capabilities and features will be seen. Those familiar with the now end-of-life Flash-based YANGExplorer tooling have long awaited this public release from Cisco for the YANG Suite tooling - and that wait is no more.
Christopher Van Der Made, Developer Advocate, Cisco Systems
Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet wherever users go. There are many brand-new API endpoints that give access to Umbrella’s DNS Security, Cloud-Delivered Firewall, Secure Web Gateway, and Cloud Access Security Broker features. On top of that, we have brand-new DevNet learning labs and a DevNet sandbox coming soon to work with. Join this webinar to learn more and get started yourself!
Terraform from HashiCorp is becoming a popular tool in cloud and DevOps circles, due to its declarative nature, simple syntax, and portable nature. This presentation will provide an introduction to Terraform and its configuration language (HashiCorp Configuration Language, HCL), the advantages to its use, and how to use the ACI Terraform provider to apply the configuration to a fabric. Additionally, this presentation will cover some resources available through DevNet to assist you in your Terraform journey.
Today’s applications are dynamic, using virtualization, containerization, microservices, and workload mobility technologies, with communication patterns between application components constantly changing. The Cisco Secure Workload platform is designed to fully address these challenges, using comprehensive traffic telemetry data collected from the workloads. The platform performs advanced analytics using an algorithmic approach and provides comprehensive workload protection for a multi-cloud data center. This algorithmic approach includes unsupervised machine-learning techniques and behavioral analysis. Based on this, Cisco Secure Workload can automatically generate a micro-segmentation policy based on application behavior and including any existing security policy mandated by business requirements. On top of that, it can consistently enforce this segmentation policy across a multi-cloud infrastructure to minimize lateral movement.
In the webinar, you will learn all about this and also learn how to put it into practice using the open APIs. In the end, you will be referenced to a full training that learns you how to do it yourself!
Christopher Liljenstolpe and Cody McCain, Cisco Systems
GitOps and CI/CD provide significant benefits to a Kubernetes environment from an immutable audit trail to pre-deployment testing.
However, Kubernetes, initially, did not make use of a GitOps model but instead provides its own deployment path using writes to the Kubernetes API. There are a lot of Kubernetes users who are comfortable with the native Kubernetes API and the related CLI tool ‘kubectl’. Due to the way the Kubernetes API is designed, it is possible to use a GitOps CI/CD chain, or a kubctl API call to make a modification to your Kubernetes cluster, but you can’t do both. The current tooling makes a kubectl call incompatible with GitOps.
In this talk, we’ll cover the pros and cons of each model, and why they don’t play so well together. We also will discuss some options we are considering on how to harmonize both paths, and, if the code is ready in time, maybe even have a demo to show.
John Kuchta, Solutions Architect, Cloud Platform & API - Cisco Systems
Learn how to use the Meraki Python SDK to back up and restore Internet and VPN traffic uplink preferences, as well as custom performance classes, to and from a single Excel file. This demo proves how leveraging the Meraki API and SDK can substantially streamline complex deployments or configuration rollbacks.
Join us to learn about our new DevNet Automation Exchange and get answers to your questions. Networking automation is one of the biggest challenges IT departments face. DevNet Automation Exchange addresses this challenge by hosting a set of shared code repositories for network automation that developers, partners and customers are using and contributing to. Automation Exchange meets the organization where they are on their journey. Those just beginning their journey can start to understand how they can get visibility and insights into their networks. More advanced professionals can begin setting policies across different network domains. Experienced professionals can find solutions to proactively manage applications, users, and devices with DevOps workflows.
Ben Greenbaum, Technical Marketing Engineer, Cisco
Join us for an introduction to developing with SecureX, Cisco's new security platform, and a built-in experience for all Cisco Secure customers. In this session, you will learn about the primary interfaces of SecureX that are available for your in-house or 3rd party integrations, and how this open platform can be leveraged to increase the efficiency of your SOC and the security of your organization.
Meraki’s Dashboard API has proven for years to be a useful tool in network creation, management, and monitoring. It has provided thousands of organizations ROI in time and effort by allowing them to build network and applications for how they manage IT. The first version of the Meraki Dashboard API (v0 as it’s called) was bolted on to the platform as an additional feature rather than the driver of features and development. Working in conjunction with DevNet, Meraki adopted and “API First” mentality in the development of v1 and is now ready to unveil the resulting improvements. In this session, we will explore differences from v0 and v1 that will enhance the developer experience, promote consistency and adoption of REST standards, and identify avenues for increased efficiency in API implementation and usage.
Randy Birdsall and Christopher van der Made - Cisco Systems
Cisco’s Application-First Security approach leverages Tetration, Stealthwatch Cloud, Duo, and AppDynamics to secure all stages of the application lifecycle, across cloud and on-premises deployments, on any workload, and integrated into any application. You can secure your applications no matter where you are in the journey to cloud-native so all of your crown jewels can be safe. Learn all about this during our 60-minute webinar on October 27th, 8AM PDT!
Cisco UCS and Cisco Intersight can both be managed with Ansible, so whether you are managing your Cisco UCS infrastructure locally with Cisco UCS Manager or via the Cloud, Cisco Intersight Ansible is ready to help. Since you may already be using Ansible to manage your data center networks and your servers OS configurations, join me and I'll show you how the Cisco UCS and the Cisco Intersight Ansible Collections can be utilized to manage your Cisco Compute Infrastructure.
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Ed McNicholas and Christopher van der Made - Cisco Systems
Learn all about the Cisco Stealthwatch Enterprise and Cloud API's. We will give you a short introduction and then jump straight into some cool use cases. From retrieving alerts rot making automated configuration changes: you will learn it all. This webinar can also serve as great study material for your DevNet certification!
In this webinar, we are pleased to present to you the Firepower Management Center (FMC) and Firepower Device Manager (FDM) APIs. We will point you to all that you must know to start controlling FMC and FDM managed FTD devices only through their APIs. We will cover which tools can be used to interact with the APIs, how to create objects and rules, and how to perform basic troubleshooting. With the same approach for these two separate solutions, we will cover the mandatory basics needed to interact with them, as well as exploring a real production use case. This webinar will give you a good understanding of what we can do with these APIs and how they can be used to interact with SecureX.
Cisco UCS PowerTool Suite which includes PowerShell Modules for Cisco UCS, Cisco UCS Central, and Cisco IMC has been updated to support both Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core. This session covers the Cisco UCS PowerTool module installation, how to import Cisco UCS PowerTool modules, and how to utilize Cisco UCS PowerTool modules to deploy, upgrade, manage, and monitor your UCS Infrastructure. Attendees will come away knowing how to utilize the Cisco UCS PowerTool to create Cisco UCS PowerTool code. This Cisco UCS PowerTool feature is so simple you'll be automating your Cisco UCS infrastructure in no time!
At the beginning of the session, we will talk about the challenges that defenders are facing in the Cybersecurity world and how these challenges can be overcome by integration and automation. Then, we will introduce the audience to REST APIs, discuss why they became the de-facto standard in the industry, and go through the API classification for Cybersecurity. Lastly, we will provide an overview of SecureX threat response API capabilities and share the code examples for most popular use cases. We will also give an introduction on how to get started on the Cisco security certification. We will cover new Cisco DevNet associate, DevNet Security Automation Specialist, and Cyber Ops professional certification.