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Registration is now open for “ConfD Developer Days 2018” the technical conference for ConfD application developers. This year's event will be held at the Westin Hotel in Downtown San Jose, California on Oct. 30 and 31. You are invited to join the discussion on network programmability and automation throughout the network and rub shoulders with fellow ConfD users and experts.
Attendees will get a solid pulse on what’s happening now and what’s next in the world of network programmability from the viewpoint of the ConfD application developer, including containers (Kubernetes, Docker), cloud-native NFV, and CDB/DP advanced approaches. Additionally, you can count on debugging tips and tricks, and new this year our “Ask an Expert over Lunch” event, where experts will address your questions.
Kubernetes continues to grow in popularity and usage. Our newest application note “ConfD and Kubernetes” describes one way that you can run the ConfD daemon and ConfD applications inside Kubernetes. Download this application note to learn how to provide persistent storage to elements of ConfD. Additionally, learn best steps for Kubernetes setup by building the Docker images for ConfD and the ConfD application, and then creating and running pods containing these images in Kubernetes.
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? Through automation. This whitepaper will discuss programmability as the key to automation and ultimately in making devices more programmable.
We are pleased to announce the release of ConfD 6.7 with new examples that expand to all languages (C, Java and Python), add two RESTCONF examples and a way to subscribe to operational state data from CDB.
We wanted to provide a deeper look at how to run ConfD daemon and ConfD applications inside Kubernetes. In my new application note “ConfD and Kubernetes”, we extend the previous “ConfD on Docker” application note to describe how you can deploy the ConfD daemon as a containerized application in Kubernetes with additional ConfD applications running as separate containerized applications in Kubernetes.