YumaWorks Announces Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 with YumaPro SDK
SIMI VALLEY, CA – May 19, 2022 – YumaWorks announced that YumaPro SDK is supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9, the latest version of the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform. As a member of Red Hat’s partner ecosystem, YumaWorks delivers technologies and expertise in automated network management that are tested and validated to work on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9, offering organizations a solution that is equipped to run with consistency and stability across the full spectrum of hybrid cloud environments.
YumaPro SDK provides developers with a robust framework for rapidly creating protocol-independent management interfaces for devices with configuration parameters to set, operational data to monitor, and notifications to send. YumaPro SDK supports NETCONF, RESTCONF, gNMI, gRPC, and SNMP network management protocols, among others. When developers use YumaPro SDK on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 they can leverage an industry-leading and proven technology platform combined with a robust multi-protocol network management server development toolkit that is supported by Red Hat and YumaWorks.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 is designed to meet the needs of distributed IT workloads inside and outside of the datacenter, providing a consistent, reliable foundation for modern computing in hybrid cloud environments. Optimized for both cloud innovation and production stability, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 enables organizations to deploy applications and critical workloads faster with a streamlined experience across physical, virtual, private and public cloud, and edge deployments.
As part of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 ecosystem, YumaWorks is also a member of Red Hat Partner Connect, a program designed for commercial organizations offering hardware and software solutions certified for Red Hat’s portfolio of hybrid cloud and cloud-native products. The program offers partners an opportunity to gain the necessary expertise with Red Hat technologies through access to Red Hat releases and developer support, as well as critical resources needed to test, certify and publish solutions that make use of Red Hat products.
“Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 pairs innovation with stability as the backbone for enterprise workloads from the datacenter to the edge. Backed by a robust partner ecosystem built on open source principles, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 is truly a platform designed for hybrid cloud innovation. By collaborating with partners like YumaWorks to develop and certify solutions on the basis of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, we are able to support customers at every stage of their cloud journey,” said Gunnar Hellekson, vice president and general manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Business Unit, Red Hat.
In 2012, Founder and CEO Andy Bierman created YumaWorks as a commercial fork from his established Open Source repository OpenYuma to provide feature development and professional support. Andy has been an integral part of developing the NETCONF protocol and YANG data-modeling language within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards body, and YumaWorks continues to drive innovation in automated network management standards. YumaWorks collectively has over 75 years of experience in network management and embedded systems development.
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