Saturday, May 18, 2024

New Cisco Protection Orchestrator (CDO) API


Cisco Protection Orchestrator (CDO) gives a robust REST API to automate and simplify safety administration duties. You will discover CDO API Documentation on DevNet. And tune in to a stay dialogue on April twenty fourth on YouTube or LinkedIn to find out about methods to get began, and integrations of CDO with Ansible and Terraform.

Key options embody:

  1. Handle units, companies, and system managers
  2. Deploy adjustments to units at scale
  3. Handle objects (coming quickly)
  4. Carry out complicated searches (coming quickly)
  5. Monitor changelog (coming quickly)
  6. Execute instructions throughout the system fleet (coming quickly)
  7. Construct customized dashboards for Managed Service Suppliers

The CDO REST API empowers organizations to streamline safety operations, enhance effectivity, and strengthen their total safety posture.
To entry CDO APIs, you will need to embody an authentication token in your requests. Observe these steps to get your API token:

  • Log in to CDO
  • Go to the Settings web page
  • Generate an API token (which doesn’t expire)

Embrace this token within the header of your API requests utilizing the Bearer token methodology for the specified tenant.

Instance of a request to get an inventory of units

curl -X GET  
--url https://edge.us.cdo.cisco.com/api/relaxation/v1/stock/units 
--header "Authorization: Bearer $API_TOKEN"

Useful sources

Wednesday, April 24 webinar:

Be a part of Principal Software program Engineer, Siddhu Warrier and Product Proprietor, Aaron Hackney as they talk about the brand new and improved CDO API. We’ll take a deep dive into methods to get began, and take a short take a look at Ansible and Terraform integrations with CDO as properly.
Be a part of us through: YouTube   |  LinkedIn 

 

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