This DevNet Express DNA sandbox allows you to learn about the building blocks of the Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA). It includes an introduction to REST APIs, how to code in Python, and how to use programmability in the context of controllers and device-level interfaces.
Cisco DNA is an open, extensible, and software-driven architecture. This structure provides application developers with a variety of ways to approach programmability and automation for both physical and virtual networks environments using Cisco and third-party environments. DNA also complements Cisco's data center based Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) technology by extending a policy-driven approach and software strategy throughout the entire network, from campus to branch, wired to wireless, and core to edge.
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