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Develop Custom Network Apps With Nokia’s SR Linux NDK

Packet Pushers

In this Tech Bytes podcast we talk with sponsor Nokia about its SR Linux network OS. More specifically, because SR Linux is open, customers can write homegrown applications to solve specific problems with the network OS using Nokia’s NetOps Development Kit (NDK).

The NDK provides documentation and examples to help you write apps quickly and easily. The NDK supports industry standards including YANG, gRPC, and gNMI. Is this a good idea? Do customers actually do this?

Participants: Jon Lundstrom