Cisco’s onePK is an easy-to-use cross platform software development toolkit enabling application developers and network and system administrators to develop new applications or extend existing applications to interact directly with Cisco routing and switching infrastructure to deliver next generation capabilities and solutions.
onePK makes your network more powerful and flexible by:
Enabling direct, programmatic access to the rich resources of your network
Providing a consistent interface to all your routers and switches
Allowing you to tap into packets and flows across the entire network
Supporting innovative network applications wherever they need to run
Integrating with your tooling and development environments
By attending this presentation, you will learn how onePK enables you to use and extend the rich functionality inside your network to customize or create your own network features, build new services and/or automate operational tasks. With onePK, personalization and innovation of the network are possible. And the power to innovate is yours.
Who Should Attend
Enterprise organizations interested in Software Defined Networking and Network Programmability
Service Providers offering managed services to enterprises
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