Using Context-Driven Automation

Context is corresponding to a specific network situation. For example, a network design (such as QoS policy), a network technology (such as BGP MPLS VPN), a specific application (such as video conference), and management (such as site and core network). Each context is associated with context maps and context actions (runbook template that is the most relevant to the selected devices). With the context, you can quickly understand the network design and troubleshoot.

This chapter covers the following topics:

Predefining a Network Context

Using Context to Understand Network Design and Troubleshoot

Predefining a Context Action


See also:

Network Pane Settings