Richard Pruss, a Principal Engineer in NSSTG Architecture Group of the Cisco Network Software Services Technology Group, joins Derick Winkworth, Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks in a discussion about Cisco’s onePK API strategy to enable SDN and network programmability.
What We Discuss
- What is onePK?
- What’s different about onePK versus SNMP?
- How is onePK impacted by non-modular IOS?
- On what platforms can you run onePK applications?
- How many APIs are being released, and in what categories?
- How did Cisco determine what IOS features to expose first?
- onePK lets your application act like a peer routing protocol. How’s that work?
- What’s the role of security in onePK?
- How is onePK similar to and different from OpenFlow?
- What programming languages have access to the onePK libraries today, and which ones are next?
- Cisco onePK Landing Page
- onePK – Building Applications and Agents on API’s Across Cisco’s Network OS’s (by Richard Pruss)
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At the Cisco Live 2012 show, the Packet Pushers did 2 simultaneous recordings of each show. The primary recording was done with headsets. The secondary was a “backup” using a single mic placed in the center of the conference table. In this recording, the last 3+ minutes of audio are from the backup mic.