Geraint Jones comments on his blog:
I have been very interested in Cisco onePK since it was first announced in 2012, unfortunately due to time commitments I haven’t had a chance to dive in. Until now.
So what is onePK, well in Cisco speak it’s:
short for One Platform Kit, is an easy-to-use developer’s toolkit for innovation, automation, and service creation. onePK delivers the benefits of network programmability on Cisco ® routers and switches. onePK allows you to tie your network more effectively to ever changing application needs, providing improved business agility and decreased opex
If you’re a fan of Cisco and want to know how to get started with this whole “Software Defined” thing, click through and read Geraint’s overview of onePK. It’s a great introduction to the software side that Cisco has opened up.
Sounds fancy right? Well let’s see if it lives up to its promises.
Read more at: Cisco onePK for beginners
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