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We have been working hard to make sure the event will be a great success for everyone. The ConfD team includes no less than 20 people representing the organization from engineering, support, and field technical teams. We look forward to networking with all of you and helping to facilitate meaningful interactions amongst attendees.
Readers will learn about how to use NSO as a tool for NETCONF and YANG interoperability and best practices testing as well as some of the possible issues that can be caught during testing!
John Lawitzke, ConfD Product Manager
At this time of year, we look back at a great year and quickly see how it was all possible because of you, our customers. We want to send a special thanks to you, because without you, we couldn't do what we do.
We also want to share our appreciation to everyone that attended ConfD Developer Days 2019. It is always amazing to meet you face-to-face and learn from you. This year was no different and we enjoyed all the connections and thought leadership that was shared.
Thank you for making 2019 successful.
Our ConfD User Community Forum is the key place to keep tabs on all things network programmability. Since day one, there have been incredible conversations that fulfill our mission to look beyond just the product and help drive greater adoption of NETCONF and YANG.
The EANTC test cycle has started and we want to encourage everyone to become involved, propose test cases, and participate in the interop testing. This is a great opportunity to support and participate in the EANTC NETCONF and YANG interoperability testing. To stay competitive and on the cutting edge, it is important to ensure that your programmable interfaces are indeed interoperable and are properly configured using NETCONF and YANG.
Don’t wait any longer, take the time to participate in the 2020 EANTC testing with the results being presented at the MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress event March 31 to April 3, 2020. To learn more about please go to the EANTC website.
2019 is coming to a close and 2020 is right around the corner! Now is a time to reflect on what has happened in the past year and what will happen in the new year. This is part one of a two-part blog post highlighting what is driving the trends and what I expect to see. In each part are a couple of predictions of what I expect to see happen this coming year.
I'm glad to report that improvements have been made to NSO 5.2 in which the ability to build a NETCONF NED has now been fully integrated. This new feature is called the NETCONF NED builder.
Based on upgrades of underlying technology inside ConfD 7.2, ConfD has introduced support of the FIPS mode feature.