Our series of podcasts recorded live at IETF 99 continues with a conversation about network automation and the YANG data modeling language.
We talk about the costs of network configuration, in particular the software interfaces and hand-crafted, artisinal command lines that define the majority of how network devices are set up and operated.
We also dive into why network automation is getting more attention, and how YANG fits into the picture. And Sue makes a pitch for listeners to participate in IETF hackathons for learning, professional development, and as a way to get involved with the standards organization.
For more conversations about YANG and IETF hackathons, check out the Show Links below.
Thanks to Huawei, which covered travel and accommodations to enable the Packet Pushers to attend IETF 99 and record some shows to spread the news about IETF projects and initiatives.
PQ Show 116: Practical YANG For Network Automation – Packet Pushers
PQ Show 111: YANG Models & Telemetry At IETF 98 – Packet Pushers
PQ Show 114: Hackathons: Rough Consensus, Running Code At IETF 98 – Packet Pushers