Cisco’s OnePK Opens up Networking to Programming
This is the second of a four part podcast series on Cisco’s Open Network Environment or Cisco ONE. Cisco ONE consist of three initiatives; OnePK, Campus Slicing via SDN/OpenFlow and Virtual Network Overlay. In this podcast I talk with Kevin Woods Director of Product Management at Cisco Systems about Cisco’s OnePK programing environment for developers and its potential impact on networks and business process.
Duration: 13 minutes 20 seconds
Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:10 sec
Question 1 @ 2:00 sec: Kevin lets first talk about why Cisco is offering OnePK? From the briefing I received its clear that this programming environment had to be in development for a few years, so Cisco must have been hearing this requirement for some time. True?
Question 2 @ 2:44 sec: What drove the decision to expose the network to developers via OnePK?
Question 3 @ 3:45 sec: What kind of network information and control will be exposed to developers and what type of applications will benefit from OnePK?
Question 4 @ 5:47 sec: Is there a Cisco OnePK developer ecosystem in development and how will OnePK applications be supported?
Question 5 @ 7:07 sec: What are the implications for the skill set requirements for your customers who will use onePK?
Question 6 @ 8:36 sec: How does onePK differ from OpenFlow?
Question 7 @ 10:56 sec: Will API verbs be consistent across Cisco’s OSs and when will the OnePK SDK be available?