The same way we've done it for years ; really hacky expect scripts. :)
On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 11:51 AM, Hugo Slabbert <h...@slabnet.com> wrote:
> Possibly a minor nit, but if the devices "don't directly support
> automation", how is the "D" part of "CI/CD" accomplished there?
> `integration -ne deployment`. Do you mean something like "there is no API
> or e.g. netconf interface, but they can generate config off-box, scp it,
> and `copy start run` to load"?
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> On Fri 2017-Aug-11 00:18:39 -0700, Jippen <cheetahmo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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