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trigger - Trigger is a robust network automation toolkit written in Python that was designed for interfacing with network devices

  •    Python

Trigger is a robust network automation toolkit written in Python that was designed for interfacing with network devices and managing network configuration and security policy. It increases the speed and efficiency of managing large-scale networks while reducing the risk of human error. Started by the AOL Network Security team in 2006, Trigger was originally designed for security policy management on firewalls, routers, and switches. It has since been expanded to be a full-featured network automation toolkit.

eNMS - A vendor-agnostic NMS designed for network automation

  •    Python

eNMS is an open source web application designed to help automate networks graphically. Nodes and links can be created either one by one by specifying all properties manually, or all at once by importing an Excel spreadsheet. Once created, all objects are displayed in a sortable and searchable table, from which they can be edited and deleted. The dashboard provides a graphical overview of all objects with dynamic charts.

netscaler-ansible-modules - Ansible modules for Citrix NetScaler

  •    Python

This repository provides Ansible modules for configuring Citrix NetScaler instances. It uses the NITRO REST API. All form factors of Citrix NetScaler are supported. The code here should be considered alpha quality and may be broken at times due to experiments and refactoring. Tagged releases should be stable. The most stable version will be availble with Ansible automatically.

ndmtk - Network Discovery and Management Toolkit

  •    Python

Network Discovery and Management Toolkit (ndmtk) makes Ansible "work" for both Traditional and Software-Defined Network (SDN) network management. The future of network management lies in the area of Artificial Intelligence. Any network-enabled device will be able to build connectivity to a remote peer on-demand, without human intervention. The restraint on that ability are the AI-enabled systems acting as gatekeepers. AI is impossible without ongoing data collection, data analysis, probing, and modeling. As such, networks of the future need tools to perform the above tasks.




xrgrpc - gRPC library for Cisco IOS XR

  •    Go

Minimalistic library to interact with IOS XR devices using the gRPC framework. Look at the IOS XR proto file for the description of the service interface and the structure of the payload messages. gRPC uses protocol buffers as the Interface Definition Language (IDL). CLI examples to use the library are provided in the example folder. The CLI specified in the examples is not definitive and might change as we go.

telemetry - Open-source datasets for anyone interested in working with network anomaly based machine learning, data science and research

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Our immediate goal is to share real-world datasets and documentation that are instrumental to develop, test and compare anomaly detection algorithms based on machine learning (both supervised or unsupervised). Our longer term goal is to systematically extend this collection with more complex datasets, event occurrences, which drives towards more real-life situations and helps the community move towards a greater capability for automation, remediation, and behavior pattern recognition.

pyNMS - A vendor-agnostic NMS for carrier-grade network simulation and automation

  •    Python

Maps can be displayed in pyNMS to draw all network devices at their exact location (longitude and latitude), using the mercator or azimuthal orthographic projections. Networks can be exported as a .KML file to be displayed on Google Earth, with the same icons and link colors as in pyNMS.

go-cisco-nx-api - Cisco NX-OS API client library written in Go.

  •    Go

Cisco NX-OS API client library written in Go. This library is well documented and comes with a command-line utility for code implementation and usage purposes. The library helps its users querying system information, vlans and interfaces, etc.


xroc - A collection of OpenConfig and Cisco IOS XR examples

  •    Go

Configure a Streaming Telemetry subscription using ygot and xrgrpc. Configure the Peer link (interface) using ygot and xrgrpc.

gnmi-map - gNMI service map

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gNMI Map provides a visual representation of the gNMI service. It contains all the RPCs, messages and custom types defined in the gnmi.proto file mapped as a block diagram with inter-message relationship.

community.network - Ansible Community Network Collection

  •    Python

This repository contains the community.network Ansible Collection. The collection is a part of the ansible package and includes many network modules and plugins supported by Ansible community which are not part of more specialized community collections. You can find documentation for this collection on the Ansible docs site.






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