DevOps workflow for networking
cheetahmorph at gmail.com
Fri Aug 11 07:18:39 UTC 2017
To be honest, most companies I've worked at have moved to amazon, where the
networking stack has APIs. I've also seen folks who use CI/CD pipelines to
generate configuration files for devices that don't directly support
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 7:16 PM, Joe Hamelin <joe at nethead.com> wrote:
> We've been using this tool since we're a LEAN company, but it actually is a
> good way to assign tasks/projects and delegate tasks so everyone can see
> what is going on. Managers can move cards to your active lane or ask why a
> task/project has stalled.
> I'm not sure what exactly you are looking for but as a team management
> tool, this has mostly worked for us for the last 3-4 years. YMMV.
> Joe Hamelin, W7COM, Tulalip, WA, +1 (360) 474-7474
> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 5:52 PM, Kasper Adel <karim.adel at gmail.com> wrote:
> > We are pretty new to those new-age network orchestrators and automation,
> > I am curious to ask what everyone is the community is doing? sorry for
> > a long and broad question.
> > What is your workflow? What tools are your teams using? What is working
> > what is not? What do you really like and what do you need to improve? How
> > mature do you think your process is? etc etc
> > Wanted to ask and see what approaches the many different teams here are
> > taking!
> > We are going to start working from a GitLab based workflow.
> > Projects are created, issues entered and developed with a gitflow
> > strategy.
> > GitLab CI pipelines run package loadings and run tests inside a lab.
> > Tests are usually python unit tests that are run to do both functional
> > service creation, modification and removal tests.
> > For unit testing we typically use python libraries to open transactions
> > do the service modifications (along with functional tests) against
> > lab devices.
> > For our prod deployment we leverage 'push on green' and gating to push
> > package changes to prod devices.
> > Thanks
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