Cumulus Linux 3.2 is a software distribution that runs on top of industry standard networking hardware. It enables the latest Linux applications and automation tools on networking gear while delivering new levels of innovation and ﬂexibility to the data.
|Category||Networking Software-Only Stacks|
Cumulus Linux 3.2 introduces a range of features that make the path to web-scale networking simple and more consumable for customers, including a Network Command Line Utility to provide one simple to use central point to run a network from, and increased automation functionality.
|Software Networking Functions||
Extensive Layer 3 and Layer 2 functionality, network virtualization and management, troubleshooting
|Leading Verticals||Cloud Service Providers, Financials and Telecom Service Providers|
|In Customer Deployment||Yes|
|Linux Foundation Initiatives||Not applicable.|
|Customers||28% of Fortune 50, Verizon, Athena Health, Outbrain, Campaign Monitor|
|Performance and Scalability||
Demonstrated over 80K routes and forwarding at up to 100Gbps across both Broadcom and Mellanox ASIC lines and can scale to more than 600k routes on non-ASICs. Industry leading BGP convergence times for 300 neighbors using 10k routes in under 8 seconds.