First Multi-vendor NETCONF/YANG inter-operability testing: Proven Openness
With the growing complexity of the modern network, automation is becoming more important. NETCONF is one of the widely adopted protocols by networking vendors and customers among all programming interfaces. Alongside NETCONF, YANG provides a powerful, standardized modeling language to complement the NETCONF protocol. In practice, interoperability between service orchestrator and network devices provides flexible mix-and-match solutions based on customer's deployment choice.
Read-Only YANG Leaves: Where Does the Data Come From?
DevNet's Hank Preston digs into another user's question related to model driven programmability. Do you have a question about network automation? You can Ask Hank!
Coding Essentials II – NetDevOps Series, Part 4
Now that we understand data models and data transfer formats, we need to consider what protocol to use in order to exchange that information. NETCONF and RESTCONF.
Automating Your Network Operations, Part 3 – Data-Driven Ansible
The combination of YANG and NETCONF give us structure and determinism to enable network programmability, and give us several operational advantages over CLI.
What’s Next for Developers Working on Real-time Communications Applications?
Join experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas on leading future development in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.
Open vRAN Update: NETCONF/YANG Comes to 5G RAN!
One of the key principles of the Open vRAN ecosystem that Cisco and its ecosystem partners announced earlier this year, is to establish open, standard interfaces and management for vRAN. Recently the xRAN Forum has defined the use of IETF’s NETCONF/YANG standard for programmatically configuring and managing its lower layer split RAN architecture.
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It’s time to move away from SNMP and CLI and use Model-Driven Telemetry
Traditional features such as SNMP, CLI, and Syslog, used for collecting operational statistics from a network, have several restrictions due to the growth of the objects like IoT devices and cloud based applications. SNMP uses the pull model when retrieving data from a switch. This model cannot scale for today’s high-density platforms, and offers very […]