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Have you developed some basic Kubernetes knowledge and now want to use some more advanced features of Kubernetes to do things like performing initiation tasks or tasks you don’t want to do in the main containers or supervising ConfD and your applications for correct operation? Maybe you have heard of specialized containers like initContainers or the concepts of Lifecycle Hooks and Probes.
With this in mind, we have written the new “ConfD Startup and Supervision with Kubernetes” application note to help you to take full advantage of these advanced features of Kubernetes when running ConfD to help synchronize application startup, perform various initialization and setup tasks, and to leverage liveness and readiness probes.
Download your copy to learn how to use advanced Kubernetes concepts like initContainers, Lifecycle Hooks, and Probes to help manage startup and shutdown as well as to supervise ConfD and ConfD client applications when running on Kubernetes.
John Lawitzke, ConfD Product Manager
We Validating that your NETCONF and YANG implementation is done right ensures that network elements and applications can be easily be automated by higher level controllers and orchestrators.
We recommend that you participate in our free NETCONF & YANG Interoperability Testing program which is driven by Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO). Knowing that your network element’s NETCONF and YANG implementation meets the right standards and options is a critical part of ensuring your products stay competitive and are easy to integrate into the network while meeting your customers’ expectations and RFPs.
We know that taking time to test interoperability isn’t easy, but this program enables you to quickly and easily test your network element for basic NETCONF and YANG interoperability best practices but also test for service automation best practices.
MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress 2020
We are excited to once again be attending the MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress event being held in Paris. This year’s event is focused on network programmability, making us a key conversation you don’t want to miss.
We will be exhibiting at this year’s event and would love for you to stop by and see what’s new and learn how ConfD provides the programmability that will help solve the market's needs in delivering services where and when they are needed.
Don’t miss us, stop by booth #207 to see advanced programmability first hand or >>Schedule a Meeting today!
SNMP was created to simplify network device management by enabling centralized discovery, monitoring, and configuration of devices on the network.
Now is the time to dig a little deeper and understand some of the more advanced applications and use cases with Kubernetes.