Following the second annual NSO Developer Days conference in Stockholm, we are again hosting NSO Developer Connect in NYC. The common theme for these events is that we package up a smaller set of technical presentations from the NSO Developer Days with experience sharing between industry peers. We do this because we believe there is great value in bringing real-life practitioners together and share experience from the network automation and service orchestration reality. We and your industry peers love to hear how you use NSO and what is working well and if anything can be improved or done in a better or different way.
New for this year is that we will offer the Core Function Pack Lab sessions on day 2.
Read more about the NSO Developer Connect in NYC event in the calendar and don't hesitate to reach out if you are interested to attend. Seats are limited and have already started to fill so hurry up if you plan to attend.
When querying via RESTCONF to NSO for an empty list, NSO returns with 204 NoContent. I was not able to find this behavior in the RFC8040 and I am getting challenged on why not to send 200OK and an empty JSON/XML.
Do we have any clear reference for ...
I want to create a NSO service that uses grouping from 3rd party YANG model. However, this model uses a lot of absolute leafref path references that need to be changed. Although it could be done manually with substantial effort, I would like to...
Does anybody know what might cause ncs_cli to exit executing commend with: "*** CLOSE TIMEOUT ***" error message.
This might happen executing pretty much any long running command, i.e.:
echo "devices sync-from" | ncs_cli -C --user admin --stop-on-e...
Is there any pre-cooked way to get the size of a list via RESTCONF? For example, I need to get the number of devices in NSO.
I am now using the query API. but I wonder if we could use xpath in any clever way.
curl -X ...