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This issue features a plethora of easter eggs including a new app note that looks at transactionality in the scope of devices and implementation of a “transactionality adapter”, while on the blog we discuss why “good enough” won’t cut it for network programmability and distributed transactions, we also share how you can watch the replay to the “Transactions: The Key to Automation" webinar and much more.
John Lawitzke, Engineering Product Manager
In this new application note, we review basic transactionality principles and then describe differences between transactional and non-transactional devices as well as discuss common transactionality issues. We also present an example of how to solve these issues using an adapter built around ConfD.
Transactions: The Key to Automation
Did you miss the "Transactions: The Key to Automation" webinar? Don't fret, we have you covered! You can now watch the replay to learn the importance of transaction support in network element management and automation.
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Why “Good Enough” Won’t Cut It for Network Programmability and Distributed Transactions
On the blog! Learn the benefits of open standards-based network programmability-enabled devices with standard APIs and protocol interfaces, so you can stay competitive in today’s global markets.
Transactionality and Network Devices
In our latest application note "Device Transactionality", we take a look at what device transactionality is and provide an example of how it can be achieved using an adapter based on ConfD.