Journey to Network as a Code
Joplin is a fantastic personal knowledge management (PKM) tool. Currently it has only Intel build for the Apple platform. The Intel version works on the newer apple MacBooks equipped with M1 processors with the help of emulation. However M1 processors are using ARM architecture, so an ARM version is more
ipSpace.net Network Simulation Tools — Network Simulation Tools documentation [https://netsim-tools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html]The ipSpace.net network simulation tools will help you be more proficient once you decide to drop GUI-based network simulators and build your labs using CLI and infrastructure-as-code principles.Time dilationYou can read
Cisco IOS configurations are text files, including the configuration data of devices. It also includes sensitive information, such as Passwords, IP addresses, pre-shared keys and other type of keys. In different situations we need to share the configuration with others, so they can understand the solution and/or use configuration
It is not easy to define what DevOps and NetDevOps means for network designers. Designers developing solutions, and driving discussions with customers They not writing code normally, and not interacting with APIs. However network services will be more and more software driven, and this also changes how we design networks.
Netconan is an interesting Github [https://github.com/Intentionet/netconan] project to remove sensitive information from Network configuration files. This is particularly useful in managed SP environment where we share configurations with the end-customer, usually in form of an LLD or SLD. Netconan can anonymize many types of sensitive information: