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Developing, deploying, and using software securely is something which is important and whose importance only continues to grow with time. The question of whether there is anything else to be done to further enhance the security and robustness of ConfD deployments beyond features included with ConfD naturally arises.
The answer to this question is "yes". One important way in which this can be done is by leveraging security and sandboxing capabilities enabled by the standard Linux systemd service. We have written a new application note, "Securing and Sandboxing ConfD using Systemd", that describes how to do so using the systemd init daemon and namespaces to further enhance security and robustness of ConfD deployments .
Download this application note to learn how to use the systemd init daemon and namespaces features to further enhance security and robustness of ConfD deployments.
John Lawitzke, ConfD Product Manager
Register today for the upcoming NSO Developer Days event, being held Dec. 16, 2020. During this 2 hour event, you will learn more in-depth capabilities of NSO, hear from customers on what they did to be successful with NSO and learn about the newest capabilities the product team!
You are invited to engage through live chats and Q&A sessions. If you are an NSO practitioner or are in the process of evaluating and learning about NSO, this event is for you.
As we head into this end of year holiday season, we wish to share our appreciation to our customers and those we have met along the way. This time of year is often a time to look back at the previous year and the great shared experiences. This year has been one of a kind for sure. Thank you for your continuing support, we look forward to strengthening our relationships with all of you in 2021. Happy Holidays and may you stay safe and be with those you love this holiday season.
COVID-19 has transformed many aspects of our lives in ways we couldn’t have predicted. One way many professionals are expanding their skills during these changing times is through training videos and blogs. To help you prepare for what’s next and advance your ConfD knowledge we have 12 ConfD training Videos you can leverage at your own pace.
These videos provide the full view of what ConfD can do and will help expand your programmability knowledge.
It almost seems unreal the year we have had and how 2020 has reshaped so many parts of our lives. As is common with me during this time of year, I have been doing a lot of reflection about what has happened this year and thinking about what’s next and how we will be working moving forward.
I Developing, deploying, and using software securely is something which is important and whose importance only continues to grow with time. The ConfD User Guide contains information about how to increase the security of ConfD deployments. The question of whether there is anything else to be done to further enhance security and robustness of ConfD deployments then naturally arises. The answer to this question is "yes".
When working with ConfD, developers make quite a bit of use of Tail-f YANG extension statements in their YANG data models to provide information about things such as backend instrumentation and auto-rendering guidance. How can you easily extract these from the YANG data models which you will provide to your customers?".