The NSO SDWAN CFP 1.2.0 release is available is now available on CCO under Network Services Orchestrator 4.7.
The SDWAN CFP enables automation of Cisco SD-WAN (Viptela) networks that require multi-tenancy, large scale, dynamic creation of vManage/vSmart/vBond vControllers on Openstack, dynamic creation of vEdge Cloud and other VNFs, and APIs for device templates for vEdge and vControllers, and vSmart policies.
This release includes the following new features:
Supports NFVIS 3.9.1, as well as continuing support for 3.8.x and 3.6 x
Supports the Viptela 17.2.7 and 18.3.0 releases
Brownfield support for vEdge and vControllers
Automatic Certificate Installation
Viptela Multi-tenant Support
Tenant creation/deletion on vManage
The NSO SDWAN CFP is ideally suited for a Service Provider that wants to offer an SD-WAN managed service. It enables the MSP to fully automate the delivery of this service and to provision a new SD-WAN network with appliance-based and virtualized branches in a matter of (tens of) minutes!
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