Introduction In this post, we have seen how to create some ACI objects using Python and Jinja2. While this was relatively straightforward, it’s not always as straigthforward as it seems.
Introduction In this blog post, we will address how we can use Python to work with Cisco ACI. It’ll focus on the very basics, trusting it gives you enough meat to tackle the more complex tasks on your own (e.
Introduction In a previous post, we introduced how we could interact with Cisco’s ACI solution using Python. This post will build on the things we learned in that blog post.
Introduction In this post we created an simple ACI network using Terraform. In what follows, we will do the same but instead use Ansible.
Introduction In past couple of posts, we have been experimenting with Terraform in combination with ACI and vSphere seperately. In this post, we will combine both and we will first create network constructs on Cisco’s ACI solution and once done, we will create two VM instances on vSphere that are actually using the underlying ACI network constructs.
Introduction As promised, we’ll configure an ACI network using a CI/CD pipeline. If you understood this post, you’ll easily grasp this one as well.
Introduction In this post, we created some EC2 instances on AWS. In the current post, we will apply the same principle but instead of creating some servers on AWS, we will create a network on Cisco’s ACI solution using Terraform’s ACI provider.