Heavy Networking 499: Introducing Cisco IOS XR7 (Sponsored)

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Avsnittet publicerades: 1/24/2020


Cisco IOS XR version 7 is the topic of Heavy Networking in this sponsored episode.
IOS XR7 is the latest version of the XR network OS (NOS). XR uses a modular architecture and is designed to support programmability, automation, and scale. It supports YANG models, real-time telemetry, APIs, and includes a robust routing stack.
Cisco tells us XR7 is simple, modern, trustworthy, and cloud-enhanced. To get through to what that actually means, we’re chatting with Cisco guests Bhavna Prasad, Product Manager; and Reda Haddad, Distinguished Engineer.
We discuss:

* What’s new in version 7
* The ability to manage it with Ansible, Chef, or Puppet
* Hardware support for IOS XR7, including whitebox
* The API layer
* Upgrading from older XR versions
* New security features
* More

Show Links:
Cisco IOS XR7 – Cisco Systems
XR Docs
An Architectural Approach to Flexible Consumption for Service Providers with IOS XR – Cisco Blogs
Cisco Crosswork Network Automation – Cisco Systems
Cisco Unveils Plan for Building Internet for the Next Decade of Digital Innovation – Cisco Systems
End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement for the Cisco IOS XR Software Release 6.6 – Cisco Systems
IOS XR Coverage on Packet Pushers – Packet Pushers

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