Become a Cisco IOS XE Programmability and Automation Power User
Take a deep dive into programmability and automation topics with Cisco IOS XE through tangible use cases and examples. The new whitepaper is designed to let the reader select the highest priority areas for your network automation needs.
New Learning Labs Teach You XML/XPath for NSO
Whether you are creating your first configuration template in NSO or hoping to craft an XPath expression to save you time in your development, these labs will teach you valuable industry-relevant skills, and help you use NSO much more effectively.
Check Out the New Yang for NSO Labs and Dev Center
Three new Yang for NSO learning labs - beginner, intermediate, advanced - give you a working knowledge of Yang syntax and structure. Tailor-made to prepare you for using Yang in NSO. Try them!
How Cisco Leverages YANG Suite for YANG Development
Learn how development and test engineers use YANG Suite to learn and develop the YANG models used to provide many features in Cisco devices.
How to Deal with Multiple Keys in a RESTCONF URL
Do you have a question about network programming or NetDevOps? Why not "Ask Hank?" In this blog, let's try to demystify RESTCONF use for everyone.
The Wait Is Over: Cisco YANG Suite Is Here!
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.
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!
Native, IETF, OpenConfig… Why so many YANG models?
Which YANG model to use for your project? Ask Hank takes a look at your options, and how model driven programmability is a foundational technology for the automation engineer.