News

Check back here regularly for news about where we will be and the most recent Network to Code media coverage.

Video of Network Automation Summit Presentations

The Network to Code team put on a Network Automation Summit at last year’s Interop. Over the course of two days, panel presenters from across the industry joined us to discuss all things network automation. Now. you can view all content from the event on-demand via our YouTube playlist.

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2020 Next-Gen Solution Provider Leaders

Our founder Jason Edelman was named to CRN’s 2020 Next-Gen Solution Provider Leaders list for his work driving Network to Code’s automation solutions. Read more here.

AnsibleFest 2020

The Network to Code team is proud to sponsor this year’s AnsibleFest. Be sure to stop by our booth to view our demo – we’ll also have folks available to answer any questions you may have. We hope to (virtually) see you there!

Network Automation Summit by Network to Code

The Network Automation Summit by Network to Code is returning to this year’s Interop from October 5-6. Over two information packed days we’ll compare and contrast network automation tools, dive into the nuts and bolts of development strategies, and explore network automation architecture and design. Take 25% off registration with the code NTC25.

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NetBox Day Presented by Network to Code

Network to Code will be holding a free virtual conference on May 19, 2020 (from 10:30 AM 3:00 PM ET) focused on NetBox. Attendees get to hear from the maintainers on NetBox itself, key features, and the roadmap and from active users on how they’ve used NetBox in production. Register here.

Cool Networking Vendors 2020

Network to Code was included in the 2020 edition of Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in Enterprise Networking.” It’s an incredible honor to be listed among the companies driving the future of networking forward. Learn more here.

Packet Pushers: Day Two Cloud

Our Damien Garros appeared on Day Two Cloud by Packet Pushers to discuss all things Git and demystify the technology. You can listen to the full episode, “Git For Ops People,” here.

Podcast with Network Collective: Navigating Enterprise Process

Episode two of our podcast with Network Collective is live. The second episode, focused on working with (not against) processes at enterprise clients, features our very own Daryn Johnson and Bryan Culver and is hosted by our Rick Sherman and Jordan Martin of Network Collective. You can listen to the episode here and don’t forget to subscribe to Network Collective.

Packet Pushers: Heavy Networking

Our Daryn Johnson appeared as a guest on episode 508 of Heavy Networking by Packet Pushers to discuss the role of programming in network automation. You can listen to the full episode, “Should Network Engineers Learn Advanced Programming Languages?” here.

Podcast with Network Collective: Source of Truth

We’re pleased to announce that Network to Code has officially launched a podcast! We’ll be working with Network Collective to release a monthly episode focused on all things network automation. From navigating large enterprises to trends in the automation space, the podcast will feature NTC team members as well as guests from across the industry.

The first episode, hosted by Jordan Martin of Network Collective and our very own Rick Sherman, is available now. Tune in to hear Jeremy Stretch and John Anderson of Network to Code discuss Source of Truth and take a dive deep into NetBox. Make sure to subscribe to Network Collective today to stay up to date with the latest content!

NANOG 78

Our Damien Garros joined network operators from around the country at NANOG 78 to discuss the results of this year’s NetDevOps survey. You can view the full presentation on YouTube. If you’re interested in learning more about the survey, which is focused on understanding how network operators and engineers are using automation, you can view the results here.

The Network Automation Journey

Our Jason Edelman sat down with A.J. Murray of the blog “No Blinky Blink” to discuss how to get started on the network automation journey. Read the full article here.

Interop 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that the Network Automation Summit will be returning to Interop 2020 for the second year in a row! Next year’s event will be held in Austin, Texas from September 21-24, and we’re excited to join IT professionals from around the country for another year of community-focused programming.

Everyone is welcomed and strongly encouraged to submit talks to our summit (topic area: “Network Automation Summit presented by Network to Code”). Not sure what to present? We’ve catalogued last year’s talks on a YouTube playlist so you can get inspired.

CRN’s 2019 Next Gen 250 List

Network to Code was recently named to CRN’s Next Gen 250 List, featuring solutions providers driving the industry forward. We’re incredibly honored to be recognized and proud of the team of hardworking NTC-ers that made this possible. Read more here.