Traditional Network Management and OSS systems are being replaced by model-driven programmable platforms. This platform approach replaces vertically integrated systems which have stifled innovation and service and operational velocity.
Network Automation is a reality now that network devices are being built with programmable interfaces such as NETCONF/YANG and APIs. NSO is a foundational orchestration layer which provides programmable capabilities supporting a variety of automation use-cases.
The session will include a demo of the Pronghorn Application Platform with NSO, including robust workflow and model-drive capabilities focused on Service Lifecycle Management and Maintenance activities. Participants will gain an understanding of the network management and service development challenges posed by automation and virtualization. They will additionally learn why choosing the right orchestration architecture is crucial to accelerating operational and service velocity.
Event led by:
John Malzahn, SP Cloud and Virtualization Solutions Marketing, Cisco Systems
Carl Moberg,Technical Director, Cisco Systems
Chris Wade, CTO, Itential
Patrick Whigham, Senior Partner Account Manager, Cisco Systems
Step 1 : configure debug server in Pycharm
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...
Abstract: RFM services can be hard to implement. Especially the lifecycle management of the delete case of the service can be a challenge. Nano Services uses an executable plan and kickers to supports the full lifecycle of a RFM service.
Previous instalments of this blog post series have covered requirements (parts I and II) and baselining, profiling/optimising and monitoring (part III). In this final part we will discuss some architectures you may want to consider as your system grows in...
In part I and part II of this blog, we have been discussing scale and performance requirements. In this third instalment we are going to look at baselining, profiling, optimising and monitoring scale and performance.
Baselining Scale and Perfo...
In part I of our Unlocking Performance in your NSO System blog we started discussing scale and performance requirements, including
Size of device configuration
Number of service instances
Frequency of operation