• Partner DevOps Forum

    Do not miss the Opportunity to join us and discuss about relevant topics for Partners related DevOps and Network Programmability

    What you will Learn

     

    There is no better time than today for Cisco partners to begin exploring what it takes to develop a Partner DevOps practice:

     

    In today’s fast paced world, it is not enough to sell hardware, technology, and support. Customers are demanding more. Customers are looking for partners who can help navigate them through today’s rapid technological advancements and cut through the chaff. Customers need advisors whom they can trust and get guidance with regards to where to focus their time and investments for both the short and long term. Partners who understand their customer’s business challenges, can identify and improve bottlenecks in their customer’s business value chain, and are able to find solutions to their customer’s most pressing challenges within budget and on a time scale that is aligned with the market


    Who Should Attend

     

    All Cisco Partners who are interested in learning more about DevOps and how to develop a Partner DevOps practice.

     

    Monday November 7th (Morning 9am – 1pm):
    Business and Technical decision makers from Cisco Partners, interested to know more about
    the Partner journey to develop their DevOps practice oriented to Cisco Business Solutions.

     

    Monday November 7th (Afternoon 2pm – 6pm) :
    Engineers and every one from Partners organization interested to programming skills and know more about available hands on labs.

     

    This event is opened by invitation only. If you are interested to attend please contact:

    rvaltier@cisco.com or avargasg@cisco.com


    Partner DevOps Forum Agenda

     

    Monday, November 7, 2016

    * Agenda subject to change. Please check back for updates

    Time Activity
    09:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Registration
    10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Welcome & Partner DevOps Forum Update
    10:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Building DevOps in your Practice: What does it mean and takes?
    11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Changing Dynamics & Partner Journey
    11:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. SE Role Evolution
    12:00 p.m. – 01:00 p.m. DevOps Panel Discussion
    01:00 p.m. – 02:00 p.m. Lunch
    02:00 p.m. – 06:00 p.m. DevOps Hands On Workshops
    06:00 p.m. – 06:30 p.m. DevOps Quiz

     

    DevOps Workshops: No experience required. The labs are self-paced tutorials covering following areas:

     

    Collaboration This collaboration hands on is divided in 3 stages: Basic, Intermediate and Advanced for this two collaboration tools.

    TROPO: You will experiment with pre-built use cases and also you create your application, you can assign it a phone number. You call or text to the number and customize voices; or send an HTTP request to Tropo; and Tropo executes the script.

    SPARK: With the help of POSTMAN You will deploy basics tasks creating Spark rooms, users and posting messages/files, you will know what is webhook and create flows with built.io. And finally deploy advanced tasks developing scripts with Python code.

    IoT Workshop: CMX
    API experience
    Today CMX (Cisco Mobility Experience) provides information about customers and their devices, which is used for statistical purposes. What  would happened if we add an API to the CMM that it will allow us not only to analyse information, but to trigger certain actions? In this workshop we will see how to prompt actions using the CMX API and tools like Postman and python scripts.
    Security Today CMX (Cisco Mobility Experience) provides information about customers and their devices, which is used for statistical purposes. What  would happened if we add an API to the CMM that it will allow us not only to analyse information, but to trigger certain actions? In this workshop we will see how to prompt actions using the CMX API and tools like Postman and python scripts.
    Nexus & UCS This workshop will introduce you with the concepts and tools to automate the configuration on Nexus & UCS for Cisco Data Centers Solution through Ansible or APIC systems, integrate API’s on Python Scripts or Postman calls and then you will be able to develop your own apps to save time on network operations.
    Enterprise Networks This workshop shows how a SDN (Software Define Networks) controller can configured devices on the network in an automatically way  and at the same time notify to the end users using an API  to a collaboration tool.

    Testimonials

    “Really enjoyed it, and was very instructive. Well done all!”
    – DevOps Forum, Cisco Live 2015 Attendee

    DevNet Zone

     

    Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this event.

     

    If you want to learn more about this, with your Cisco Live pass you will have access to a lot of activities and tutorials taking place in the DevNet Zone.

     

    This interactive space allows you to dive straight in and play with the SDKs, along with the help of Cisco experts.

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