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Staying ahead of the competition in the business of real-time communications, cloud services, and beyond requires a forward-looking strategy that meets customers’ demands for new services and capabilities. Ribbon Communications knew they had to standardize programmability in order for the R&D organization to develop new Session Border Controller (SBC) features while rolling them out quickly to the market.
After reviewing a few options, the design team chose ConfD to provide the capabilities to standardize programmability in their network elements and instrumentation. With ConfD, Ribbon was able to implement a comprehensive, versatile SBC management framework that automatically generates CLI’s and renders NBIs all while ensuring data integrity.
Take a few minutes to learn how Ribbon was able to accomplish programmability in its products.
John Lawitzke, ConfD Product Manager
We are happy to announce the release of ConfD 7.3 with several exciting new features. This blog post highlights the most important enhancements, changes, and deprecations. These, however, are just the highlights. As with any new ConfD release, you should read the CHANGES file to learn more about what is highlighted here as well as to learn about everything else which is new in this release.
Guides: Kick Start and Troubleshooting
We want to get the most powerful information into your hands, so take a few minutes to review the following two powerful guides:
ConfD Kick Start Guide: Our easy to read and focused resource to help you get started with ConfD. You will gain practical understanding of the ConfD data model driven management plane framework as well as ConfD's architectural principles and how it fits in with the surrounding world.
ConfD Troubleshooting Guide: We saw the need for ConfD users to have on hand a logical, systematic source for troubleshooting their solution. This guide provides an introduction to the debugging tools, techniques, and best practices for ConfD application development. Learn best practice guidance for ConfD application debugging and for writing support request tickets.
Staying ahead of the competition in the business of real-time communications, cloud services, and beyond requires a forward-looking strategy that meets customers’ demands for new services and capabilities.
Over the past few years, I have noticed a trend that is now coming to a head. That trend – yesterday’s network engineers have to become tomorrow’s network programmers.