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The following documents are provided as part of the Cisco Elastic Services Controller 4.1 product:
Information Provided in This Document
Cisco Elastic Services Controller 4.1 Install and Upgrade Guide
Information on the Cisco Elastic Services Controller NETCONF northbound API, and how to use them.
Lists of licenses and notices for open source software used in Cisco Elastic Services Controller 4.1.
Information on the Cisco Elastic Services Controller ETSI APIs, and how to use them.
The following additional references are provided as part of the Cisco Elastic Services Controller 4.1 product:
What Is Included
Description of deployment attributes which is part of dep.xml files used during deployment of VNFs.
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