STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - July 28, 2010 - Tail-f Systems (http://www.tail-
NETCONF (RFC 4741) is an IETF standard developed to meet the increasing need for automated configuration management in modern enterprise and carrier networks. Designed from the ground up to address these needs, NETCONF provides the foundation for the transformation from manual to highly automated network operations. YANG extends the benefits of NETCONF by providing a standards-based approach to modeling network element management data.
"The interest in NETCONF and YANG is growing rapidly as the networking industry must meet new requirements to configure complex new services efficiently and accurately,"
The standard two-day course will provide students with both a comprehensive overview of the NETCONF protocol and the associated YANG modeling language and include practical hands-on experience through a series of labs. The training is aimed at product managers, architects, engineering managers, and developers. Classes will be taught by Tail-f Systems' senior technical and product managers who are experienced with real-world implementations of these technologies.
The NETCONF and YANG training classes will be available starting in the third quarter of 2010. For more information on the curriculum and pricing, email Tail-f Systems at email@example.com.
Ashley Bell or Andrea Doeringer
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About Tail-f Systems
Tail-f Systems is the leading developer of configuration management software for networking equipment providers. Six of the ten largest global networking equipment providers are Tail-f Systems' customers. Users of Tail-f Systems' technology radically reduce their time-to-market and benefit from carrier-grade implementations of NETCONF, CLI, Web, and SNMP interfaces. Tail-f is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. For more information, please visit http://www.tail-