The NSO SDWAN core function pack (CFP) v1.0.0 is now available.
It provides automation for Managed Services Providers that are offering Cisco Viptela SD-WAN services to their customers.
The SDWAN CFP automates the spin-up of Viptela vEdge Cloud VNFs on ENCS devices. The SDWAN CFP extends the vBranch CFP, so that the vEdge Cloud VNF can be part of a service chain consisting of Cisco and 3rd party VNFs that are automatically deployed at a branch site. The SDWAN CFP orchestrates across the VNF deployment by the vBranch CFP and Viptela vManage, so that the vEdge Cloud is provided with the appropriate configuration to be part of an SD-WAN in a multi-tenant network.
A Core Function Pack (CFP) is a productized and supported package that implements a certain function, in order to accelerate roll-out of network service automation and orchestration.
Please contact your Cisco account representatives for more information about Viptela SD-WAN and automation.
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