Today’s Priority Queue continues our discussions about network modeling and programmability. Our guest Michael Kashin has been working with YANG models, python, and a variety of supporting tools to programmatically install network device configurations, spending time with both Junos and IOS XE.
In his detailed series of posts on networkop.co.uk, Michael has painstakingly explored and explained how to work with network models, showing how they tie to the future of network configuration. In this episode, we discuss many of Michael’s discoveries.
If you skipped it, you might want to listen to Priority Queue episode 111 first, where I discuss YANG, NETCONF, and network model standardization efforts in the IETF with Benoit Claise. That would be a good foundation for today’s episode.
PQ Show 111: YANG Models & Telemetry At IETF 98 – Packet Pushers