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There are great benefits for service providers who automate service provisioning in precise machine-to-machine transactions. That's why they need equipment element providers, like you, to support their transition from CLI scripting management to precise NETCONF and YANG enabled programmable network elements. Ultimately, they need you to deliver programmability via ConfD to meet their service agility and automation needs
Download our “Test Your ConfD Device with NSO” application note to learn best practices for meeting the Service Automation Criteria with the ConfD based network element which you produce. Also, learn how to do interoperability testing between NSO and your ConfD based network element. This information will help you to better meet your service provider customers' needs. >>Download Now.
In After reading this month's application note, contact us to learn more about our ConfD and NSO Interoperability Testing program.
Sal LiRosi, Head of Tail-f Sales & Business Development
It is hard to believe that 2018 over. What a fantastic year to be in the field of network programmability. 2018 has been an exciting year with new product improvements, a greater focus on improved communications, and increased technical content to share. Take a look back with us.
Read about what we accomplished in 2018 and how we are looking forward to an exciting 2019: https://www.tail-f.com/looking-back-on-2018/
This months’ application note ties directly to the need for interoperability testing within virtual and physical network devices. Ensuring these devices are interoperable will be critical to any network element provider’s success in 2019
One 2019 New Year’s resolution you should add to your list is to participate in the 2019 EANTC Hot Staging testing that occurs in March of 2019.
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Shame on You if you haven't Tested your ConfD Device with NSO
When NSO or similar NETCONF and YANG capable managers want to deliver high-quality services faster and more easily, service automation becomes a top priority. Read about best practices suggestions and interoperability testing guidance for network element providers who build their products around ConfD