Ultra Config Generator is an enterprise-grade software application for multi-vendor network automation. It is the worlds most powerful Network Configuration Generator.
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are digitizing their processes all around the world. Digitization is critical for organizations to reduce operational expenditure and take user experiences to unparalleled levels. And in any digital transformation, automation is the key.
If you're part of the telecommunications industry, you'll have noticed an abundant use of rudimentary text editors for managing snippets of network configuration.
The business impacts of such poor practices are not hard to notice.
Ultra Config Generator solves these issues with three key features.
Throughout the documentation, Ultra Config Generator is abbreviated to UCG.
The application is hosted on the World Wide Web and is accessible through any modern browser.
Users can sign up for a free account at the link below.
Once that's done, the portal is accessible at:
Users may then proceed to log in to the application.
The UCG portal contains four primary workspaces - each of which we'll now introduce.
The Generator Console is the area of the application which allows a user to generate configuration. A user can do so in two steps.
Configuration will then be generated, which can be selected as a snippet or downloaded as a file.
For detailed information on the Generator Console, click here.
The Developer Console is the home page for template management. From here, users can organize the hierarchy of their templates and view them all in a detailed list.
For detailed information on the Developer Console, click here.
Templates are designed and modified within the Template Editor. A template is characterized by input variables, business rules, and configuration markup.
For detailed information on the Template Editor, click here.
The Administrator Console is, as the name suggests, the workspace for all administration related tasks. Within this workspace, admins can manage users of the application, perform data backups, and read application metadata.
For detailed information on the Administrator Console, click here.
As touched upon earlier, UCG includes a CaaS API (Configuration as a Service). The CaaS API is a comprehensive interface - it provides customers with the full application experience through a RESTful API.
For more information on the CaaS API, click here.