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The network element provider (NEP) market is going through a period of unprecedented change with advanced approaches including SDN and NFV. Change is happening, and fast. So how do NEPs cope with exponential change? Through automation. Our newest whitepaper from Heavy Reading "Enabling Network Programmability & Automation with NETCONF/YANG" discusses programmability as the key to automation and ultimately in making devices more programmable: >>Read Now
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As of ConfD 6.5, the internal representation of leaf-lists has changed and this impacts how a ConfD developer handles leaf-lists in their application code. In this application note, we will discuss the changes in how leaf-list nodes are processed and what operations are affected for both configuration and operational leaf-list elements.
Read how Individual leaf-list elements can now be handled in the back-end making it more intuitive.
Our With the recent 6.5 release of ConfD, the internal representation of leaf-lists has changed so that they now behave similarly to lists in terms of operations performed on them. This change has an impact on ConfD application code which uses leaf-lists and requires updates to your source code.
Our After the Tail-f whitepaper on “Network Programmability in cloud-native NFV” was released, a quarterly report on Wireless Packet Core was published by the Dell’Oro Group further validating the importance of the cloud-native architecture in NFVs. As was reported by Fierce Telecom, the run-up to 5G is pushing service providers’ move to cloud-native based architectures, and cloud-native NFV is playing a key role in that migration.