YANG data models represent a contract. The API, generated from the set of YANG modules supported on a device, is as good as the data modules exposed.
If the contract is ambiguous, too long or simply doesn’t represent the data that needs to be exposed by a device, leading to a more severe case, it will affect the YANG consumers (managers, orchestrators, NETCONF clients, etc), and will make interoperability and automation more difficult.
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