May 4, 2021


Native or Open-source Data Models? Use Both for Software-Defined Enterprise Networks.

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Why using a mixed schema approach using native and open-source data models is possible and makes sense for enterprise networking programmability and automation.

March 8, 2021


The Wait Is Over: Cisco YANG Suite Is Here!

4 min read

Learn how YANG Suite enables you to do network programmability, letting you leverage a new API endpoint to build your application and understand the endpoint and what it returns.

September 24, 2020


Telemetry in Action: NETCONF and gNMI with a Custom-Built Collector!

7 min read

Model-Driven Telemetry Telemetry is used to subscribe to meaningful data and measurements from remote devices and transport it to a receiving system for monitoring and analysis. This data allows network administrators to proactively visualize their network, and helps them automate tasks and forecast capacity requirements. When we talk about streaming telemetry, we typically refer to […]

November 13, 2019


Explore Model-Driven Telemetry

4 min read

See how Model-driven Telemetry provides near real-time access to your network's operational statistics.

July 8, 2019


Enterprise Streaming Telemetry and You: Getting Started with Model Driven Telemetry

5 min read

Model-Driven Telemetry addresses shortfalls of legacy monitoring capabilities. No need to poll the device...once the configuration is in place the device publishes out the telemetry data.

February 13, 2019



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I’ve got a secret and I’ll share it if you promise not to tell anyone in the US, Europe, or LATAM. You promise?... OK, good.

November 1, 2018


Cisco @ Light Reading – Software Defined Operations & the Autonomous Network

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We are incredibly excited to be the premier sponsor at Light Reading’s Software Defined Operations and; the Autonomous Network event in London.

Open vRAN Update: NETCONF/YANG Comes to 5G RAN!

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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.