Cisco Crosswork Network Automation (CNA) is a micro-services platform that brings together streaming telemetry, big data, and model-driven application programming interfaces (APIs). This demonstration highlights the CNA applications, Health Insights and Change Automation:
Health Insights is a network health application that performs real-time key performance indicator (KPI) monitoring, alerting, and troubleshooting.
Change Automation is an application to automate the process of deploying changes to the network.
Scenario 1: Configure NSO
Scenario 2: Add Devices, Verify Initial Topology, and Router Configuration
Scenario 3: Configure KPIs in Health Insights
Scenario 4: Verify KPIs
Scenario 5: Detect a Problem in the Network
Scenario 6: Remediate Issues with Change Automation
Scenario 7: Apply Software Update with Change Automation
Crosswork Network Automation 1.1
Health Insights 1.1
Change Automation 1.1
IOS XRv 9000 6.2.1
Crosswork Network Automation
Application infrastructure based on Industry Standards
Collector services for apps with Normalization
Monitor KPIs in Real Time
Alerts on spikes and drops
Configure SLA thresholds
Automate network changes
Closed loop detection and resolution
A single, network-wide interface to all network devices and all network applications and services
Virtual environment for building network topologies
Simulation of networking components
Capable of running a range of virtual machines (VMs) running Cisco operating systems (IOS-XE, IOS Classic, IOS-XR, and NX-OS)
Support for third-party VMs
Capture and analyze network traffic at any node
Validate configurations prior to physical deployment
IOS XRv 9000
Full IOS XR control plane router
Traffic Generator with dynamic configuration
Can create background traffic in meshes between all nodes
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