Woman in Tech of the Week (5/24/17)
Susie Wee, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of DevNet Innovations and Networked Experiences, Cisco Systems Inc.
As topics like software-defined networking, 5G networks, security, machine learning and artificial intelligence dominate the developer landscape, networking hardware company Cisco Systems Inc. created DevNet, its new developer program.
Last week, Cisco held its inaugural Cisco DevNet Create event in San Francisco, California, opening a new avenue for open-source developers to mingle within network engineers to create cloud-based apps and extend the reach of the Internet of Things.
Susie Wee, vice president and chief technology officer of DevNet innovations and networked experiences, at Cisco is one of the co-founders of the DevNet program. The open-source project offers developers access to Cisco’s platforms and APIs to create and build innovative business solutions.
“What we see is that there’s this huge transition, transformation going on in the industry with IoT and cloud that changes the definition of how applications meet infrastructure,” Wee said.
She spoke to John Furrier (@furrier) and Peter Burris (@plburris), co-hosts of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile live streaming studio, during the event to learn more about how developers are taking advantage of the program.
This week, theCUBE spotlights Susie Wee in our Women In Tech feature.