OpenConfig is a collaborative effort by network operators to develop program interfaces and tools for managing networks in a more dynamic, vendor-neutral way. OpenConfig’s initial focus is on compiling a consistent set of vendor-neutral data models (written in YANG) based on actual operational needs from use cases from multiple network operators. These models may be developed directly by OpenConfig, or compiled from 3rd party modules that conform with the OpenConfig requirements.
Download URL: http://openconfig.net/software/
|Relevant Categories||NFV MANO|
OpenConfig will enable network operators who seek to address the increased complexity, poor reliability, and greater cost of today’s network infrastructure. OpenConfig aims to provide a more dynamic and programmable infrastructure and common way to configure and manage network elements. Key focus areas being addressed by OpenConfig include development of vendor-neutral APIs for declarative configuration, modern, scalable monitoring solutions, and adoption and native support on vendor platforms.
|Developer Community Size||3 Contributors, with commercial support.|
|Last Release Date||January 2015|
|Code Base Size||Not available.|