Increasing network complexity is driving the need for flexible tools that enable Service Providers to automate their network operations including cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, intra-service orchestration, and many other IT needs.
Cisco NSO combined with Ansible from Red Hat offer a new combined proposition for automating your network to enable continuous integration and deployment with zero downtime. These include the ability to finely orchestrate multi-tier, multi-step processes in zero-downtime rolling update workflows. This is made possible by NSO's and Ansible's unique better together architectures. Ansible's provides playbook-driven IT-automation serves as the perfect compliment to Cisco NSO's model-driven service orchestration in hybrid networks.
The days of locking an ops team in a conference room to perform a mix of manual and automated steps are gone. Automation with Ansible and Cisco NSO puts Network deployments on full autopilot.
The session will include demo of the Red Hat Ansible with Cisco NSO along with real world use case examples.
Event led by:
John Malzahn, SP Cloud and Virtualization Solutions Marketing, Cisco Systems
Carl Moberg Technical Director, Cisco Systems,
Andrius Benokraitis Principal Product Manager, Networking at Ansible by Red Hat
Pano Xinos Global Telco Solutions Marketing Lead at Red Hat
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Go to Run => Edit Configurations, click on "+" => Python Remote Debug
In "Local Host name " enter ip or host name of your local machine. Enter a available port in "Port :"
Give a name, here it's "NSO debug...
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Baselining Scale and Perfo...
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Size of device configuration
Number of service instances
Frequency of operation