What we're about

This is a community of network engineers and automation enthusiasts, who have interest in the new buzz of network automation. Even if you just start out or if you have been writing code to manage you network for years, you are most welcome to join.

Keep in touch:
Feel free to sign up to our slack channel:
http://networktocode.herokuapp.com/
#london-na-meetup

Recordings and slides of the previous sessions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoiASbhnd1U&list=PLhI1sn3NdijYj3mPoTk5WDYjGHOtNVmSZ

https://github.com/CsilLAB/meetups

Get involved:
As our group is growing and we need a few more helping hands specially on the day of the event.
If you'd like to get involved and helping out even with very small things like distributing pizza, please join the google group:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/london-na-meetup-organizers

If you can help with recording the event, please get in touch with me directly.

Be a presenter:

You have the following options to present:

30 min, main talk
15 min, "My Project" (demo is welcome)

Upcoming events (1)

London Network Automation meetup #14

Needs a location

Hi everyone, I hope you had a great summer this year! I am excited to announce the next LNAM Meetup #14 for 12th October which will be hosted at Excel as part of DTx Europe 2022.
We will start a little early than usual but this will work well if you're also attending DTx (Previously IP EXPO).

For this Meetup we have:

  • Jason Edelman founder of Network to Code based out of New York. He spends his days helping clients adopt network automation through professional training and consulting services. He's been an active advocate for network automation since 2014.
  • Ed Moore - Customer Success Specialist - Automation @ Cisco - Ed is responsible for helping customers get the most out of technology and to suggest ways to provide greater value with Automation. Most of his interactions focus on Automation Strategy & Architecture with some Proof of Value demos around Open-Source tooling. Ed has worked for vendors/partners in the past and tend to have a vendor-neutral view of the world, with the focus being how to reduce waste, execute smarter and build better.

Panel discussion:

  • Martin Henson - Business Solutions Architect
  • Jason Edelman
  • Ed Moore

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As always, if you'd like to present, or be part of the panel at a future date then please message us via Meetup.

Past events (14)

London Network Automation meetup #13

This event has passed

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