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What is unique about the way that NSO manages transactions?

What is unique about the way that NSO manages transactions?

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Re: What is unique about the way that NSO manages transactions?

NSO does not just fire-off commands to the network, but rather confirms that all changes in the transaction are deployed correctly at the device level. If at any point of the series a device cannot be changed, the entire transaction is automatically roll-backed. This ensures that there is always a consistent network state. Complex rollback-scenarios like correct ordering of CLI commands is handled. The NSO database, the services and the devices configurations are all part of the same transaction.

Users can load network-wide rollback files to undo network changes.

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Re: What is unique about the way that NSO manages transactions?

NSO does not just fire-off commands to the network, but rather confirms that all changes in the transaction are deployed correctly at the device level. If at any point of the series a device cannot be changed, the entire transaction is automatically roll-backed. This ensures that there is always a consistent network state. Complex rollback-scenarios like correct ordering of CLI commands is handled. The NSO database, the services and the devices configurations are all part of the same transaction.

Users can load network-wide rollback files to undo network changes.

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