I would like to see a day come true where all major vendors’ boxes (even small & cheap ones) will be 100% covered by YANG models. Can’t say I believe that it is possible for IETF to standard all the things in vendors domain, but we will manage as long as vendors will stick to standard YANG in their own in-house data modes.
Being in shadows for quite some time, Netconf/Yang are still something new to explore for many of network engineers, myself included. And that’s todays topic — exploring YANG data models with Yang Explorer tool in a docker container (reads: without pain).
Recently I presented to you a project called PLAZA
which basically serves as a Web UI for python scripts. It was a pleasure to see that this project was welcomed well and some folks even asked how they can get PLAZA to play with. My fault, I wanted to release it so bad that I missed the part describing how to actually get it.
One way to get PLAZA that was available since the beginning – is cloning the github repo and building python virtual environment with all the packages. And I understand that nowadays this way seems too complicated and the case is ideal for learning some docker!
Join me in this journey for integrating a simple Flask application into a docker container.
I have updated this port with another write-up called Flask application in a production-ready container