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Read the first post in the series- Jim Grubb's blog, What is Infrastructure Programmability? …

Read the first post in the series- Jim Grubb's blog, What is Infrastructure Programmability?
http://blogs.cisco.com/datacenter/what-is-infrastructure-programmability/

Read Lance Perry's blog, Why IT Leaders Stand to Benefit from the Natural Process of Network Programmability
http://blogs.cisco.com/news/why-it-leaders-stand-to-benefit-from-the-natural-process-of-network-programmability/

Read the third blog in the series, How IT Leaders Can Embrace the Change that Comes with Network Programmability
http://blogs.cisco.com/news/how-it-leaders-can-embrace-the-change-that-comes-with-network-programmability

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  • Infrastructure programmability is about providing a faster time to competitive advantage. http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
    http://ctt.ec/4_5sf
  • Want the ability to control and change the functions of IT infrastructure? http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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  • Programming the infrastructure is about provisioning http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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    It’s about giving developers the knobs they can understand from their perspective http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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  • To capture the value of #InternetOfEverything, IT needs an intelligent infrastructure. http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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  • There are three core principles for Fast IT: simplicity, intelligence and security. http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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  • Six key ways you and your organization can benefit from Fast IT http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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  • Changes are causing some to wonder what’s in store for the networking profession http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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  • These changes mean that our skill sets will evolve and our jobs will get more interesting http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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    Network programmability is an opportunity for IT to become more strategic http://cs.co/FoIT via @Cisco #FutureOfIT
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    • 1. Why Programmability Blog Series A Way to Future-Proof IT and Business Needs A blog series that examines what programmability means for your entire IT infrastructure, and how this is providing a faster time to competitive advantage.
    • 2. #FutureOfIT Jim Grubb Vice President, Emerging Technologies & Chief Demonstration Officer, Cisco Lance Perry Vice President, IT Customer Strategy and Success, Cisco
    • 3. Click this button to tweet the information on the slide.
    • 4. Why Programmability Series #1: What is Infrastructure Programmability? Infrastructure programmability is about providing a faster time to competitive advantage. #FutureOfIT
    • 5. Infrastructure programmability provides the ability to control and change the functions of IT infrastructure. #FutureOfIT
    • 6. From a configuration and operations perspective, programming the infrastructure is about provisioning by using software rather than box-by- box manual configuration. Programmability is about giving developers the knobs they can understand from their perspective. #FutureOfIT
    • 7. The Internet of Everything (IoE) will bring billions of new devices, new security requirements and large amount of data from which insights will need to be extracted in real-time. #FutureOfIT
    • 8. Why Programmability Series #2: Why IT Leaders Stand to Benefit from the Natural Process of Network Programmability There are three core principles for Fast IT: simplicity, intelligence and security. #FutureOfIT
    • 9. Six key ways organizations will benefit from Fast IT: 1. Automation replaces manual configuration processes 2. Management moves from a box-centric to a network-centric model 3. Provisioning time is cut by orders of magnitude 4. Closed systems become open and programmable 5. Network data is transformed into business intelligence 6. Adjusting security policies through software rather than manually #FutureOfIT
    • 10. Why Programmability Series #3: How IT Leaders Can Embrace the Change that Comes with Network Programmability Changes in network virtualization and network programmability are causing some to wonder what’s in store for the networking profession. Source: Network Computing #FutureOfIT
    • 11. These changes mean that our skill sets will evolve and our jobs will get more interesting. This is not only a challenge but also an opportunity for IT professionals to become more strategic to their organizations. #FutureOfIT
    • 12. Why Programmability Series #2: Why IT Leaders Stand to Benefit from the Natural Process of Network Programmability- Lance Perry Why Programmability Series #3: How IT Leaders Can Embrace the Change that Comes with Network Programmability- Jim Grubb Read the entire Why Programmability Blog Series Why Programmability Series #1: What is Infrastructure Programmability?- Jim Grubb #FutureOfIT
    • 13. See how your organization can prepare with a Fast IT model #FutureOfIT

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