Their comprehensive product portfolio provides you with all the tools you need to affordably build and efficiently operate your network like the world’s largest data centers. Customers can run their data center networks the way Google and Facebook have done for years — highly automated, flexible and efficient, without all the development time or expensive, specialized hardware.
Automation limits resource demand, mitigates errors and helps operators manage more switches. With Cumulus Linux, existing automation tools and DevOps practices can be leveraged in networking.
With non-blocking, multi-tier, scale-out IP Clos fabric designs supported through Cumulus Linux, the network infrastructure enables large data sets to be transferred and processed rapidly, thus making it ideal for clustering applications such as Hadoop.
By having the intelligence abstracted in the software and all the change management occurring in the logical layer, Cumulus Linux is able to drive tremendous simplicity and control.
Cumulus Linux's open framework creates a very transparent and easy platform for partners and customers to leverage third party agents, build extensions, make enhancements and contribute them back to the community.
Data center and telecommunication operators need scalable, cost-effective, long-haul interconnect solutions. With Cumulus Linux on Facebook Voyager, you resolve the challenges typically associated with DCI.
To build OpenStack clusters, customers continue to take advantage of the open compute and storage standards, but networking has always been the bottleneck — until now.
By coupling Cumulus Linux with hyper-converged systems, enterprises can break free from the traditional siloed approach and can simplify and aggregate compute and storage resources.
With containers, application developers are able to deploy, replicate, move and back up a workload more quickly and easily than they previously could do with bare-metal servers or virtual machines.