Demystifying SDN for the Network Engineer
This introductory paper in our Network Programmability/SDN series provides a gentle exposure to software-defined networking for the engineer who might still be solidly in the realm of the CLI. Get a sense of the forces driving SDN, Cisco’s architectural approach, and SDN’s benefits, supported by compelling examples.
The Future of the Network: Evolving Routing and Switching for Today’s Digitized Landscape
This paper makes it clear that traditional routing and switching skills are not going away but that legacy networks are not flexible, fast or smart enough to keep up with today’s business demands. The reader will see how software skills and know-how with a new digital architecture are creating the next breed of networker.
Software-Defined Access: A Primer
SD-Access, a central part of Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA), delivers further simplicity to the automated network and greater ability to tap into the intelligence of the intent-based network. Learn about SD-Access operational and strategic benefits, such as business insights and threat perception.