The YumaPro SDK Basic is a full NETCONF server development toolkit for developing and testing YANG modules. It features NETCONF with SSH and TLS support, Call Home, YANG Push support, and a NETCONF client and test tool. New versions are typically released every three to six months.
A subset of SDK Basic, Binary has additional features including RESTCONF protocol, gNMI support, SNMP support, and NETCONF and RESTCONF client libraries. Furthermore, new versions are released monthly instead of quarterly.
SDK Source also has the same features as SDK Binary, in addition to letting you create custom images and debug images for better development time. YumaWorks also releases new versions monthly.
yangcli-pro is designed with features that allow it to work as a test tool to save you time during YANG module development, or as an operational tool to simplify the management of multiple NETCONF servers at once.
YANG (Yet Another Next Generation) is a modeling language frequently used to define and model data sent through network management protocols like NETCONF.
A major issue implementing network management systems is providing a consistent management model and making sure versions of the model are in sync and correctly deployed.
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YumaPro’s multi-protocol server is capable of running on almost any Linux platform. It is designed from the ground up to be highly modular and easily configured to provide the features you need on the embedded systems you need. The server can scale from a tiny ARM platform to a massive multi-core distributed system.
Its high availability feature assures that there is almost no downtime. With a pool of servers, you can be confident that one is always up and running if the active server fails or is being maintained. In addition, any changes or configuration edits are continually replicated in the standby servers, allowing them to load the same YANG modules at any time.