La Corrida de Torero – torero in client/server mode

Con el protocolo de inauguración comenzó oficialmente el Carnaval Autlán 2024 We first took a look at torero in "standalone" or local mode. In this mode, torero helps you execute scripts from your repository as "services". This includes automatically building the required environment so all those steps to clone or update both your repository and READ MORE

Torero – Boots on the Ground Framework for Automation Sharing

Background One of the many useful things I came away with from AutoCon1 in Amsterdam was a "to-do" to investigate torero. Launched by Itential at NAF’s AutoCon1 as a community based product and presented to the AutoCon community by Peter Sprygada in Amsterdam, one has to take notice and I did. You can see Mr. READ MORE

No Rest for SuzieQ

To be clear, it is true that SuzieQ never rests but it is also true that SuzieQ always RESTS, that is, the SuzieQ REST API is available to answer your network questions and help automate your network workflows. In my previous post about SuzieQ we focused on getting started and asking questions about our network READ MORE

Whoop Dee Doo for my SuzieQ!

or How I Gained Fabric Like Visibility on a Campus Network Without Any Upgrades Last Updated: 2024-05-19 The network automation landscape moves fast and there is always something you come across which sparks your interest, but sometimes all you can do is it make note of it and hope you have time later on to READ MORE