The DevNet Zone is Cisco's developer program brought straight to your door. And we’re bringing it to Cisco Live, Berlin!
We are Cisco’s software developer resource and community – helping developers and network engineers learn, code, inspire, and connect so you can innovate on top of Cisco technologies and platforms. You’ll be able to dive into the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live to learn, discover and get hands-on with Cisco SDKs and APIs.
Come visit us if you if you want to:
Orchestrate a unified policy across your network
Leverage automation and analytics to make services easier to deploy and maintain
Discover open, programmable interfaces to tap into the intelligence of your network
Create communications-enabled Cloud collaboration or Contact Center solutions
Develop, deploy, and manage microservices applications in the Cloud
Connect, manage, or build Internet of Things applications
Learn about DevNet! From our tools to resources to communities of interest and how to start coding
Join us for the events before Cisco Live Berlin!
On Saturday and Sunday (Feb 18 and 19) we are offering these 2-day events:
We can't fetch more than 3000 users using /list-people and pagination API due to API limitation.https://developer.webex.com/docs/api/v1/people/list-people Is there any workaround which returns users beyond limit 3000 using any API request?
Hey everyone,Trying to get the SOAP API to respond nicely to my getPhone request but it is not letting me in. I've tried so many possible combinations of the namespace and the header, and it still gives me an error message stating "Message: Wron...
Hi, I am trying to build a program to create WLAN profile report querying prime with API, 'GET WlanControllerDetails' API resource provides all the rich information like AP groups, listing all the SSID in AP groups, management interface IP address, WLC na...
Hello, We have Cisco Packaged Contact Center Enterprise in our organization. I've been tasked to see if there is any way to pull the incoming call phone number while the caller is waiting in the queue or from the Cisco inbound switch. Once we pull th...