UniConfig distribution uses Logback as the implementation of the logging framework. Logback is the successor to to the log4j framework with many improvements such as more options for configuration, better performance, and context-based separation of logs. Context-based separation of logs is used widely in UniConfig to achieve per-device logging based on the set marker in the logs.
TLS is a widely adopted security protocol designed to facilitate privacy and data security for communications over the Internet. In the default version of UniConfig TLS authentication is disabled.
TLS for Postgres database
By default, UniConfig communicates with the database without TLS, therefore all traffic is not encrypted. When the database is deployed separately from UniConfig, it is advised to enable the TLS encryption.
UniConfig distributions contain '.yaml' file that generates list of all usable RPCs and their examples. You can view it locally or on our hosted version that always shows latest OpenAPI version.
Data Security Models
UniConfig supports encryption and hashing of values in RESTCONF and UniConfig shell API and managing of confidential data during transfer between UniConfig database and network devices.
UniConfig stateless architecture allows deployment of the system in cluster in order to assure horizontal scalability and high availability properties.