Jason Edelman writes on his blog:
By now, you’ve probably heard of Cisco’s Software Defined Networking (SDN) solution that is centered around ACI, or the Application Centric Infrastructure. Like most SDN platforms, a key component is the controller otherwise known as the Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) in the case of ACI. The APIC provides a single pane of glass that centralizes policy, configuration, and monitoring of the complete fabric. It also more importantly exposes the complete system via an object oriented REST API, which is what we’ll look at in this post.
This post is amazing. Jason breaks down how to automate programming in Cisco’s ACI system. A must read if you’re looking at ACI or think you will soon.
Read more at: Programming an ACI Fabric
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