Cumulus Linux Network Command Line Utility

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NCLU ( is a command line utility for Cumulus Linux that resides in the Linux user space. It provides consistent access to networking commands directly via bash, thereby making configuration and troubleshooting simple and easy — no need to edit files or enter modes and sub-modes. But not only that, NCLU ( goes further than traditional Command Line Interfaces (CLIs) by:

* Embedding help, examples and automatic command checking with suggestions in case you’ve entered a typo

* Running directly from and integrating with bash, while being interoperable with the regular way of accessing underlying configuration files and automation

* Automatically configuring dependent features so you don’t have to

Come join a great discussion with Daniel Walton (, Principle Engineer and designer of NCLU, on this new and exciting product to help make Cumulus Linux easier to use for network engineers and Linux admins alike.Pizza and beverages will be provided.

The agenda is as follows:

6:30 - 7:00 - Arrive and food
7 - 7:15 - Announcements
7:15 - 8:15 - Main talk (NCLU)
8:15 - Socializing and networking