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Welcome to the December edition of Programmability Monthly.
We have great content for you to read over the holidays! So what’s new? How about Converting CLI test vectors to NETCONF, three brand new XML/XPath for NSO Learning Labs, an available Cisco ConfD & NSO Programmability expert position, plus two new blogs.
Enjoy these great offerings and the Holiday season. See you in 2022!
John Lawitzke, Engineering Product Manager
In this new application note, we describe a method for reusing and translating legacy network element CLI-based tests to NETCONF and then using the translated tests to verify the NETCONF interface of a network element. This methodology is very useful when developing test vectors for use with NETCONF & YANG Automation Testing (NYAT).
Are you a NETCONF & YANG Programmability expert? Are you a ConfD expert? If so, our team has an opening for a Solutions Architect. Join us for an exceptional next career step!
The “ConfD Troubleshooting Guide” provides an introduction to the debugging tools, techniques, and best practices for ConfD application development. It provides best practice guidance for ConfD application debugging and as well as for writing support request tickets. Take your ConfD application development and debug skills to the next level today!
Keep an eye out for three brand new XML/XPath for NSO Learning Labs! These are a follow-up to the well-received, recently released YANG for NSO courses. Take your skills to the next level with this free online learning opportunity.
The new year is approaching. It’s time to look back over the past year and look forward with some industry predictions for the next year.
Learn more about our just released NYAT: Converting CLI Test Vectors to NETCONF App Note which utilizes Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) as a tool to drive the translation.