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Ensuring that your NETCONF and YANG enabled network devices meet the standards and implement service automation best practices accordingly is a critical part of enabling your customers to achieve full programmability and orchestration as part of their network automation efforts.
With this in mind, we have created the “NSO Driven NETCONF and YANG Interoperability Testing User Guide” to describe how to perform NETCONF and YANG interoperability and service automation best practices testing driven by Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO). The application note will help you to establish a framework for testing NETCONF and YANG interoperability and service automation best practices as part of your network element development process.
Sal LiRosi, Head of ConfD Sales & Business Development at Cisco
2019 is quickly becoming the year of network programmability as network operators require network device providers to deliver greater network functionality in their continual quest for network automation. One way to be prepared and sharpen your ConfD and network automation skills is to attend “ConfD Developer Days” happening October 22-23, 2019 in San Jose, CA.
This annual event is for Network Element Providers (NEPs) to enable network programmability in their products. Attendees will benefit from focused technical sessions to expand their ConfD knowledge and learn what’s new with network programmability. In addition to again offering last year's highly successful "Ask an Expert Over Lunch" event, this year we are also including a "ConfD Boot Camp" break out session for new comers to ConfD to help build a strong foundation in the basics of using ConfD. Check out our newly posted schedule for Developer days today and set the date for Oct. 22-23 to attend.
Stay tuned as we post a link to register for the event and book your hotel stays.
Starting anything fresh takes a little time to learn and get proficient. We want to help kick start your implementation and long term use of ConfD with our “ConfD Kick Start Guide.” Our newly updated guide provides practical understanding and concrete advice on the ConfD data model driven management plane framework as well as ConfD's architectural principles.
Download your copy to quickly get up to speed on ConfD’s data model-driven framework.
I How do you tell if your NETCONF and YANG implementation is done right and can allow your device or application to be easily automated without requiring any special or error handling coding to deal with non-RFC compliant behavior? Go to our latest blog post to learn more.