A declarative approach to Linux networking with Netplan
Speaker: Lukas Märdian
Track: Systems administration, automation and orchestration
Type: Long talk (45 minutes)
Time: Sep 11 (Mon): 10:30
Netplan is a utility for network configuration on Linux systems. You create a description of the required interfaces and define how each should be set up.
It meets the need for easy, declarative network configuration in YAML across a versatile set of server, desktop, cloud or IoT installations.
It is useful for administrators of Linux systems who want to use a common network configuration, controlling different backends like NetworkManager or systemd-networkd.