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The Programmable Infrastructure

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Interop ITX 2017 keynoter, Susie Wee, VP and CTO of DevNet Innovations for Cisco, sat down with us at the InformationWeek News Desk to talk about the intersection of applications and infrastructure. Wee calls this intersection "the programmable infrastructure." Cisco created a program called DevNet specifically designed to help networking and IT professionals gain new skills in coding and learn in the context of their work in order to take advantage of everything the programmable infrastructure has to offer. To learn more about DevNet and everything that can be done on a programmable infrastructure, watch the video above.

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RichardddSmith,
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10/10/2017 | 12:40:04 PM
Thank you
So interesting. Thank you for sharing the video.
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