This webinar is hosted by IHS Infonetics and includes panel members from Ciena Blue Planet, Cisco and Fujitsu. The session focuses on the topic of using technologies like NETCONF/YANG and TOSCA to achieve service automation for SDN and NFV.
To achieve those goals, data about services and network equipment must be put in a common language, and organized into data models so that services can be programmatically provisioned across multi-vendor networks.
Enter YANG and TOSCA.
Join Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks, IHS; Abel Tong, Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, Blue Planet, a division of Ciena; and other panelists to learn how these models can be used to achieve service agility and automation goals.
The session concludes with an audience Q&A for the last 10 minutes. This webinar was originally presented on Feb 11, 2016.
In order to ease the use of the CSP 2100 APIs, I've created a new repo which is containing the Postman collection.
Have a look at it: https://github.com/jgarnier/csp_2100_postman, there is details on importing the collection, creating the ...
It is very rare to be building a brand-new network from scratch. A much more common scenario is to introduce automation into a pre-existing network, which is already delivering services to customers. With NSO having been deployed in more than 200 customer...
Developer Days 2020 is over. With 1,998 registered attendees it was a huge success! We now have more than 20 hours of on-demand content from our fantastic speakers on YouTube. Soon, you will be able to find this material along with previous Developer Days...
In the NSO universe there a number of heroes and just a few villains. The clear uber-hero is FastMap, the one algorithm to diff them all. Other demi-heroes include Yang, Nanoservices, and Netsim. Most villains are vanquished quic...