CISCO LIVE ORLANDO— 12 juin 2018 – Cisco intègre de nouvelles fonctions de développement à sa plateforme de réseau intuitive (Intent-Based Networking). Ces nouvelles capacités illustrent la volonté de Cisco de fournir une plateforme ouverte et programmable, couvrant l’ensemble des réseaux, des campus aux datacenters. A travers ce réseau ouvert, Cisco permet à 500 000 développeurs, 60 000 partenaires et trois millions d’ingénieurs de coopérer ensemble au sein d’une même architecture.
L’Intent-Based Networking de Cisco constitue un tournant dans le domaine des réseaux. Il redéfinit la construction et la gestion même des réseaux, s’éloignant ainsi des méthodes traditionnelles manuelles et chronophages. Le réseau intuitif de Cisco est capable de traduire les objectifs commerciaux en stratégies ‘réseau’, afin qu’elles soient par la suite activées dans toute l’infrastructure de l’entreprise, tout en assurant la mise à disposition des objectifs en question.
« L’Intent-Based Networking représente la prochaine génération de systèmes ouverts basés sur l’IP, qui révolutionnera la société même », déclare David Goeckeler, vice-président exécutif et directeur général des activités Network et Sécurité de Cisco. « Avec ces évolutions, Cisco offre une architecture ouverte, qui alimentera tout un écosystème, pour accélérer l’innovation du réseau intuitif même. Grâce à l’IBN, nos clients et partenaires ont déjà pu créer de la valeur ajoutée, impossible à réaliser auparavant. »
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Cisco Releases New Developer Capabilities Across Its Intent-Based Networking Platform
CISCO LIVE ORLANDO—June 12, 2018— Cisco today announced that it has released new developer capabilities across its intent-based networking platform. These advancements underscore Cisco’s continued progress in delivering an open, programmable platform that spans the entire network, from campus to data center, branch to edge. By providing an open network, Cisco is empowering 500,000 developers, 60,000 partners and three million network engineers to innovate upon the platform.
Intent-based networking represents a fundamental shift in the way networks are built and managed. Moving away from the manual, time-intensive methods by which networks are traditionally managed, these modern networks capture business intent and translate it into network policies. These policies are then automatically activated across the entire infrastructure, with the assurance that the business intent was delivered as planned.
“Intent-based networking represents the next generation of open, IP-based systems that we’ve seen can change the actual fabric of society,” said David Goeckeler, executive vice president and general manager of Cisco’s Networking and Security Business. “Cisco is building an open architecture that will power an ecosystem to accelerate intent-based networking innovation. Already, our customers and partners are creating value from their networks in ways they thought weren’t possible as recently as one year ago.”
Announcing the DNA Center platform
Today, Cisco is releasing new developer tools and open APIs into Cisco DNA™ Center — the command and control center for campus, branch and edge intent-based networks. DNA Center turns the network from a combination of hardware devices into a single system. With the availability of network-wide APIs, Cisco now allows developers to easily program this system, tapping into all of the analytics and insight the network can provide.
With a rich API catalog, DNA Center allows customers to protect and inform their business like never before.
- Elevating network intelligence into business operations: DNA Center enables developers to program the network as a single system through intent-based APIs. Now, developers can easily create a new generation of network-aware applications, and partners can integrate the network into business processes.
- Streamline IT processes across functions: DNA Center enables network IT administrators to exchange information to automate processes across IT systems through software adapters. Now, IT can move resources from operation to innovation.
- Managing multi-vendor networks: DNA Center gives developers and partners the flexibility to support multi-vendor networks via a software developer kit (SDK). This allows customers to simplify the complexity of heterogeneous networks and manage them consistently, as a single system.
Already, 15 Cisco partners have built innovative solutions on the DNA Center platform and are demonstrating them at Cisco Live.
Announcing the largest developer community for intent-based networking
Cisco is also announcing that its developer community, DevNet, has surpassed 500,000 members. In building this large and active community, Cisco has introduced a new source of innovation as the network becomes increasingly programmable.
Today, Cisco is announcing three new developer initiatives to fuel its innovation ecosystem:
- DevNet Ecosystem Exchange makes it easy to find and share an application or solution built for Cisco platforms. Business leaders and developers alike can use this online portal to discover partner solutions that span all Cisco platforms and products. It contains over 1,300 solutions.
- DevNet Code Exchange gives developers a place to access and share software to quickly build next-generation applications and workflow integrations. A curated list of sample code, adaptors, tools, and SDKs is available on GitHub and written by Cisco and the DevNet community. Code Exchange spans Cisco’s entire portfolio and is organized according to Cisco platform and product areas.
- DevNet DNA Developer Center is a one-stop-shop for developers to build applications and integrations on the DNA Center platform. It provides all of the resources, capabilities, use cases and learning material a developer would need.
Availability, Services and Support
- The new DNA Center capabilities are scheduled to be available during the summer of 2018. Customers can purchase these new capabilities from Cisco and its partners via existing subscription offers.
- DevNet’s Ecosystem Exchange, Code Exchange, and DNA Developer Center are available now.
- Cisco and its partners offer a full lifecycle of services to help customers streamline the journey to truly intent-based networks.
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