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Containers in Cisco IOS-XE, IOS-XR, and NX-OS: Orchestration and Operation

Containers in Cisco IOS-XE, IOS-XR, and NX-OS: Orchestration and Operation

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  • Copyright 2021
  • Pages: 496
  • Edition: 1st
  • eBook (Watermarked)
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-578297-X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-578297-2

A comprehensiveguide to learning container and application hosting capabilities in Ciscoplatforms, and implementing them to achieve higher efficiency in networkdeployments and operations

Ciscoarchitectures offer comprehensive compute virtualization capabilities toaccommodate both native and third-party container hosting, so you cancontainerize and instantiate any application or network service and gainunprecedented value from your networks.

Directfrom Cisco, this is the complete guide to deploying and operatingcontainerized  application and networkservices on Cisco platforms. First, the authors review essential virtualizationand containerization concepts for all network professionals and introduceleading orchestration tools. Next, they take a deep dive into containernetworking, introducing Cisco architectural support for containerinfrastructures. Youll find modular coverage of configuration, activation,orchestration, operations, and application hosting for each key Cisco softwareplatform: IOS-XE, IOS-XR, and NX-OS.

Theauthors explore diverse orchestration tools, including LXC, Docker, andKubernetes, and cover both Cisco and open-source tools for building and testingapplications. They conclude with multiple use cases that show howcontainerization can improve agility and efficiency in a wide range of networkenvironments.

  • Review themotivation, drivers, and concepts of computing virtualization
  • Learn howCisco platforms are achieving infrastructure virtualization
  • Explore theCisco reference model for developing cloud-native services and moving tocloud-native network functions
  • MasterCisco container networking fundamentals, supported modes, and configuration
  • Enable,install, activate, and orchestrate containerized applications in Cisco IOS-XE,IOS-XR, and NX-OS
  • Comparetools and methods for developing, testing, hosting, and orchestratingcontainerized applications
  • Discoverreal-world use cases for Day-0, Day-1, and Day-2 operations, with practicaldeployment examples
  • Previewemerging trends in network containerization


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Table of Contents

    Foreword xxv
    Introduction xxvii

Part I Virtualization and Containers

Chapter 1 Introduction to Virtualization 1
    History of Computer Evolution 1
    History of Virtualization 2
    VirtualizationArchitecture Definition and Types 6
    Computing Virtualization Elements and Techniques 14
    Virtualization Scale and Design Consideration 18
    Multitenancy in Virtualization 19
    Summary 20
    References in This Chapter 21

Chapter 2 Virtualization and Cisco 23
    History of Virtualization in Cisco 23
    Virtualization in Enterprise and Service Provider Environments 30
    The Era of Software-Defined Networking 32
    SDN Enablers 33
    Control Plane Virtualization 33
    Summary 58
    References in This Chapter 59

Chapter 3 Container Orchestration and Management 61
    Introduction to the Cloud-Native Reference Model 61
    The Journey from Virtual Network Function (VNF) to Cloud Native Function (CNF) 63
    Container Deployment and Orchestration Overview 65
    Container Deployment and Orchestration 81
    Summary 95
    References 95

Chapter 4 Container Networking Concepts 97
    Container NetworkingIntroduction and Essentials 97
    Container Networking 99
    Container Network Models and Interfaces 105
    Setting Up Container Networking 115
    Summary 136
    References 137

Part II Container Deployment and Operation in Cisco Products

Chapter 5 Container Orchestration in Cisco IOS-XE Platforms 139
    Cisco IOS-XE Architecture 139
    IOS-XE Architecture: Application Hosting 146
    IOx Applications 149
    Developing and Hosting Applications 157
    Licensing Requirements 185
    Summary 186
    References 187

Chapter 6 Container Orchestration in Cisco IOS-XR Platforms 189
    Cisco IOS-XR Architecture 189
    Application Hosting Architecture 192
    Hosting Environment Readiness 198
    Types of Application Hosting in Cisco XR Platform 201
    Network Configuration and Verification 216
    Docker Images and Registry 218
    Network Configuration and Verification 224
    Application Hosting in VRF Namespace 226
    Container Management 232
    Summary 234
    References 234

Chapter 7 Container Orchestration in Cisco NX-OS Platforms 235
    Cisco NX-OS Software Architecture 235
    Hosting Environment Readiness 239
    Container Infrastructure Configuration and Instantiation 242
    Bash 256
    Summary 288
    References 289

Chapter 8 Application Developers Tools and Resources 291
    Cisco Development Tool Kits and Resources 291
    Open-Source and Commercial Tools 336
    Building and Deploying Container Images 341
    Configuration and Application Management Tools 345
    Summary 357
    References 357

Chapter 9 Container Deployment Use Cases 361
    General Use Cases for Enterprise, Service Provider, and Data Center
    IOS-XR Use Case: Disaggregated Seamless BFD as a Virtual Network Function for Rapid Failure Detection 384
    Seamless BFD Overview 385
    Creating and Hosting S-BFD as a Virtual Network Function 387
    NX-OS Use Case: Control Plane Health Check Using an Anomaly Detector 391
    NX-OS Use Case: NX-OS Docker Health Check 398
    Summary 404

Chapter 10 Current NFV Offering and Future Trends in Containers 405
    App Hosting Services 405
    Cisco NFV Offerings 411
    Containers and Service Chaining 418
    Serverless Computing and Network Functions 421
    Summary 423
    References 423

TOC, 9780135895757, 6/9/2020

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