Cumulus VX Overview
Cumulus VX is free, open source software that provides a virtual experience enabling cloud and network admins to evaluate Cumulus Networks’ latest technology easily and risk free. Cumulus VX removes all organizational and economic barriers for you to get started with open networking on your own time, at your own pace and in your own environment.
You can use Cumulus VX to learn about and evaluate Cumulus Linux, anytime, anywhere. Use it to build sandbox environments for prototyping, pre-production rollouts and developing scripts.
Cumulus VX Supported Platforms
About the Cumulus Virtual Machine
Cumulus VX runs in a virtual machine (VM) on a standard x86 environment. The VM is a 64-bit operating system, built on the same foundation as Cumulus Linux, running the Linux 3.2.65-1+deb7u2+cl2.5+2 kernel, using virtio drivers for network and HDD interfaces as well as the logical volume manager (LVM).
Four versions of the virtual disk image are available for use across various hypervisors:
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