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Programmability and Automation Meetup Group

The Programmability and Automation Meetup Group focuses on programmability, automation, and Infrastructure as Code using both Open Source tools and vendor-specific solutions. All skill levels are welcome. We will cover many topics from various technologies and provide hands-on lab opportunities.

Interested in learning from WWT, industry experts, and skilled professionals on various infrastructure automation and programmability topics?  If so, join us at a Programmability and Automation Meetup Group.

Upcoming Sessions

Our goal is to have a monthly cadence with new and exciting topics to discuss.  Below you will find upcoming meetings, including the session abstract and presenter information.  If you are interested in presenting a topic, please see the Call for Presenters block below.  

Past Sessions

Session Abstracts, presentations, and information about past presentations can be found below.

Programmability and Automation Meetup Recordings

The Programmability and Automation Meetup Group is focused on programmability, automation, Infrastructure as Code using both Open Source tools and vendor-specific solutions. This playlist contains the group meeting recordings.
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Batfish Deployment and Capabilities
Time: 55:01 Plays: 70
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Batfish Deployment and Capabilities
As engineers embrace infrastructure-as-code, building in testing and sanity checks of the proposed changes becomes critical.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: How to Successfully Prepare for the Cisco DevNet DCAUTO Specialization Exam
Time: 50:00 Plays: 17
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: How to Successfully Prepare for the Cisco DevNet DCAUTO Specialization Exam
Would you like to learn more about data center automation and programmability?

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: NetDevOps Development Environments
Time: 50:11 Plays: 32
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: NetDevOps Development Environments
One challenge for a network engineer learning the ‘tools of the trade’ for programmable networks is how to set up a development environment.

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04
RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Docker Foundations
Time: 1:00:27 Plays: 31
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Docker Foundations
This hands-on walkthrough is designed to provide you real-world exposure to the foundational Docker instructions needed to build a Docker image and integrate it with Visual Studio Code.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Introduction to Serverless
Time: 57:25 Plays: 19
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Introduction to Serverless
Serverless computing is emerging as a common architectural model for building and hosting applications at scale.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Cisco SecureX Overview
Time: 52:29 Plays: 12
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Cisco SecureX Overview
Cisco's Extended Detection and Response (XDR) platform, SecureX, allows organizations to quickly identify and respond to threats in an automated fashion using a cloud-native platform.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Worry-Free Network Automation With Forward Networks
Time: 53:55 Plays: 9
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Worry-Free Network Automation With Forward Networks
Network automation is an essential tool for managing today’s complex networks. Unfortunately, one minor error during an automated change window can have a ripple effect of unintended consequences that span the on-prem, cloud and virtual networks. Combining automated workflows and API interaction with the visualization and predictive capabilities of the Forward Networks Platform can prevent or rapidly detect unintended network behavior.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Learn to Build a Python SDK
Time: 53:55 Plays: 15
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Learn to Build a Python SDK
In this session, Jeff Andiorio walks through creating a simple, non-production Python SDK.

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09
RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Nautobot as an App Platform
Time: 56:06 Plays: 19
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Nautobot as an App Platform
You may have heard of the growing trend to use a Network Source of Truth (SoT) as a critical component for network automation.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Pycrypt
Time: 54:59 Plays: 7
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Pycrypt
In this session, Joel King provided an overview of basic cryptographic concepts, then examined the use of Fernet, a component of the Python cryptography library, which provides a system for symmetric encryption/decryption of passwords stored in YAML files.

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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Traffic Jam
Time: 42:33 Plays: 4
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RTP Programmability and Automation Meetup: Traffic Jam
Have you ever mocked up a lab environment and needed a router that doesn't require a license or a lot of time to set up?

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12
Programmability and Automation Meetup: An Introduction to Web Identity Standards
Time: 1:08:52 Plays: 7
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Programmability and Automation Meetup: An Introduction to Web Identity Standards
A user's identity is a cornerstone for most modern applications today.

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Programmability and Automation Meetup: IP Fabric
Time: 55:03 Plays: 23
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Programmability and Automation Meetup: IP Fabric
In this session, Daren Fulwell from IP Fabric dug into the hows and whys of network assurance, then demonstrate how IP Fabric delivers for the network engineer.

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Total Time: 11:50:56

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