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In In the past, many Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) have viewed data model-driven programmability as a “nice-to-have” capability. Now, with MNOs rolling out 5G networks, this approach is no longer a viable strategy for network management. Data model-driven programmability has become essential.
Download our “Programmability in 5G Networks” whitepaper to understand the ways that 5G environments differ from legacy architectures and the capabilities operators must employ to manage and automate them. Additionally, you will learn how data model-driven programmability enables many of the core capabilities that operators require to monetize their 5G network investments.
John Lawitzke, ConfD Product Manager
This year’s EANTC Multi-Vendor Interoperability NETCONF & YANG tests were unique due to the pandemic and its impact on how the data was shared. Even with all of that, the event had more participants and more positive results than in any previous year of the event.
An important area in this year's interoperability event was SDN Orchestration, specifically with NETCONF & YANG. One great outcome of the testing was a recorded presentation on the EVPN use case findings from the participating companies Cisco, Metaswitch, Nokia, and Spirent. We think watching this presentation and demo will be a good investment of your time to see multi-vendor orchestration driven by NETCONF and YANG in action.
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Since mid-March COVID-19 has transformed many aspects of our lives in ways we couldn’t have predicted or planned. As we are still deeply impacted by this outbreak, many are finding new ways to create some normalcy in their daily lives. Some are as simple as doing video chats and daily walks. No matter what you are doing, we expect to see a new way of life, even a transformation of business as it is clear that many of us can work from home. To prepare for what’s next, many are taking advantage of this time to improve our skills and plan for the future of business via online learning and training videos.YANG Best Practices Webinar
With COVID-19, many events have had to shift to accommodate the health needs of all involved. This year, the Cisco NSO team is excited to move forward with its Developer Days as a virtual event. This year’s event will be held June 23-24, 2020 and will include two tracks to help accommodate different time zones. Additionally, all content will be available on-demand after the event concludes.
We have updated our NETCONF & YANG Automation Testing User Guide to include new information and to help ensure that your implementation is standards and best practices compliant. Download the NETCONF & YANG Automation Testing Guide v3 to learn how to test your NETCONF and YANG implementation for interoperability as well as automation best practices using Cisco NSO as a NETCONF test tool.
Intent-Based Networking (IBN) and automation are key success ingredients that need to be present in any modern network.
As a result of COVID-19, we have experienced a transformation and many unexpected changes in how we live and do business every day.