A startup with offices in Tokyo, San Francisco, Israel, Munich and Barcelona. Midokura creates software to solve networking problems for infrastructure as a service (IaaS) clouds. Midokura’s vision is to provide a more flexible, customizable and adaptable network infrastructure for companies worldwide through network virtualization.
Proven in production at global enterprises and webscale companies like Blue Jeans Networks, Dell IT, and Toshiba, it is Midokura’s mission to unleash the full power of an organization’s networks – while reducing CapEx and OpEx – by adding Midokura’s virtualization software layer onto OpenStack servers, in turn scaling to hundreds of thousands of virtual ports from a single physical network.
Midokura decided to opensource MidoNet, targeting the OpenStack community, under the Apache 2 License, letting anyone use, build, distribute, as well as submit back to the project. More than 18 partners are standing behind Midokura to support the open source project, including 8×8, Bit-isle, Broadcom, Canonical/Ubuntu, Cumulus Networks, Eucalyptus Systems (HP), Fujitsu, iDCF, KVH (Colt Group),Independent Software Vendor (ISV)
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