Containers in Cisco IOS-XE, IOS-XR, and NX-OS

Orchestration and Operation

; Yogesh Ramdoss

A comprehensive guide to learning container and application hosting capabilities in Cisco platforms, and implementing them to achieve higher efficiency in network deployments and operations Cisco architectures offer comprehensive compute virtualization capabilities to accommodate both native and third-party container hosting, so you can containerize and instantiate any application or network service and gain unprecedented value from your networks. Les mer
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A comprehensive guide to learning container and application hosting capabilities in Cisco platforms, and implementing them to achieve higher efficiency in network deployments and operations Cisco architectures offer comprehensive compute virtualization capabilities to accommodate both native and third-party container hosting, so you can containerize and instantiate any application or network service and gain unprecedented value from your networks.

Direct from Cisco, this is the complete guide to deploying and operating containerized application and network services on Cisco platforms. First, the authors review essential virtualization and containerization concepts for all network professionals and introduce leading orchestration tools. Next, they take a deep dive into container networking, introducing Cisco architectural support for container infrastructures. You'll find modular coverage of configuration, activation,orchestration, operations, and application hosting for each key Cisco software platform: IOS-XE, IOS-XR, and NX-OS.

The authors explore diverse orchestration tools, including LXC,Docker, and Kubernetes, and cover both Cisco and open-source tools for building and testing applications. They conclude with multiple use cases that show how containerization can improve agility and efficiency in a wide range of network environments.







Review the motivation, drivers, and concepts of computing virtualization
Learn how Cisco platforms are achieving infrastructure virtualization
Explore the Cisco reference model for developing cloud-native services and moving to cloud-native network functions
Master Cisco container networking fundamentals, supported modes, and configuration
Enable,install, activate, and orchestrate containerized applications in Cisco IOS-XE,IOS-XR, and NX-OS
Compare tools and methods for developing, testing, hosting, and orchestrating containerized applications
Discover real-world use cases for Day-0, Day-1, and Day-2 operations, with practical deployment examples
Preview merging trends in network containerization

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I: Virtualization and Containers
1. Introduction to Virtualization
2. Virtualization and Cisco
3. Container Orchestration and Management
4. Container Networking Concepts
Part II: Container Deployment and Operation in Cisco Products
5. Container Orchestration in Cisco IOS-XE Platforms
6. Container Orchestration in Cisco IOS-XR Platforms
7. Container Orchestration in Cisco NX-OS Platforms
8. Developer Tools and Resources
9. Container Deployment Use Cases
10. Chapter 10 Current NFV Offering and Future Trends in Containers

Om forfatteren

YogeshRamdoss (CCIE No. 16183) is a principalengineer with the Cisco Customer Experience (CX) organization focusing on datacenter technologies such as Nexus switching platforms (standalone as well asVXLAN fabric), application-centric infrastructure (ACI), and hyperconvergedinfrastructure HyperFlex. Associated with Cisco since 2003, Yogesh is adistinguished speaker at Cisco Live, where he shares his knowledge and educatescustomers and partners on data center platforms and technologies, telemetry, analytics,network programmability, and various troubleshooting and packet capturing tools.He is a machine and behavior learning coinventor.

NagendraKumar Nainar (CCIE No. 20987, CCDE No. 20190014) isa principal engineer with the Cisco Customer Experience (CX) organization(formerly TAC), focusing on enterprise networking. He is the coinventor of morethan 100 patent applications on various cutting-edge technologies and thecoarchitect for various recent technologies. He has coauthored multipleInternet RFCs and IEEE papers. Serving as Technical Program Committee (TPC)member for various IEEE and other international conferences, he is an activespeaker in various industry forums.