OpenConfig is a collaborative effort by network operators to develop programmatic interfaces and tools for managing networks in a dynamic, vendor-neutral way. OpenConfig’s initial focus is on compiling a consistent set of vendor-neutral data models (written in YANG) based on actual operational needs from use cases and requirements from multiple network operators.
Contributing to OpenConfig
This repository is primarily for publishing the models, documents, and other material developed by the OpenConfig operators group.
For information about how to contribute to OpenConfig models, please see External Submissions to OpenConfig.
Feedback and suggestions to improve OpenConfig models is welcomed on the public mailing list, or by opening a GitHub issue.
Please see the OpenConfig web site for information for operators wishing to join OpenConfig, in particular the FAQ for operators.