Blog post on the Network Service Editor available!

This month our blog post is dedicated to the SONATA Network Service Editor, a powerful tool that can allow a non-expert service owner to create a virtual link between two components by simple actions like dragging and dropping a component or drawing a line between two nodes. By visualizing the descriptor as a graph of VNFs, network services, connection points and virtual links, the user gets a better understanding of the relationships between nodes just by a quick look at the graph layout, instead of reading a long descriptor.

In addition, using a graphical editor can simplify some of the repetitive and error-prone tasks while writing a descriptor, for example, adding references to a pre-defined VNF within a service.

We hope that the topic of our blog this month is of your interest and you enjoy the reading.

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