Interop NYC & Software Gone Wild
Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at Interop in NYC. It wasn’t the best turn out for a conference, but all of the sessions that were about automation, APIs, DevOps, and programmability seemed to do fairly well. For those that didn't attend, the title of the presentation was A Practical Look at Network Automation --- the deck is posted below.
I also had the opportunity to be a guest on Ivan Pepelnjak’s podcast Software Gone Wild recently and it was just posted yesterday. Have a listen.
Feel free to reach out with any questions or comments regarding any of the material.
10/13/2014 09:41:01 pm
On the slide with the title "Render The Template" you make a comment that for more robust templates, a "real" tool should be used. Can you expand on what you mean by that. Are you referring to Ansible?
10/16/2014 01:56:25 pm
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Jason Edelman, Founder of Network to Code, focused on training and services for emerging network technologies. CCIE 15394. VCDX-NV 167.
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