CiscoNetwork Services Orchestrator(NSO) is a multi-domain orchestration platform used to manage the configuration lifecycle of physical and virtual network devices. Network engineers can get started right away since the NSO application CLI mimics the Cisco CLI, and allows you to configure network devices at scale with templates, customizable network services and configuration compliance audit and remediation. NSO is also a part of theService Provider DevNet certification, so you can get practice with it here on the sandbox.
Cisco NSO reservable sandbox
This sandbox is especially exciting because it is the firstCisco NSO dedicated sandboxand it uses the new Cisco Modeling Labs to render the lab topology.
The sandbox includes:
A variety of network devices (IOS, IOS XR, NX-OS, ASA)
Production grade NSO Server (system install with the devices already loaded in)
Developer Linux jump host with a bunch of developer tools and a local install NSO for development and testing
Cisco Modeling Labs server
New Learning Lab: Learn NSO the easy way
The launch of this NSO sandbox also paves the way for a new wave of NSO learning labs and demos. The first lab to be released is “Learn NSO the Easy Way”, and is meant for network engineers who are curious about NSO and want to get a taste of what it has to offer.
The lab takes a user through the process of setting up a local NSO instance, configuring some devices, sending some show commands, creating an NSO service and then deploying it.
Don’t worry, learning NSO the hard way is coming up, but will take a little longer to put together.
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