NCL Virtual Network Controller Version 2.0
Virtual network controller ® version 2.0 of NTT Data Corporation (VNC2.0) is a high-performance commercial penFlow controller with a track record in a number of system integration of SDN network in Japan.
Improvement know-how and a variety of SDN actual build is given compared to the OpenFlow controller of OSS-based, we will guarantee the support of the commercial. For SDN network construction, I will build a SDN application to VNC2.0 on this. Operate the OpenFlow Konrora through a Java-based API, the application controls the OpenFlow switch.
VNC2.0 is possible to operate in combination also SDN application package optional “on-demand virtual network function”, “inter-data center GRE tunneling feature,” “equal-cost balance function” of OpenStack cooperation “, and the like.
Reduce operational cost through network virtualization
Transition to the introduction of SDN step-by-step
By as an implementation method of the logical network, corresponding to both methods of Hop-by-hop and Overlay, to a network of OpenFlow / SDN from the existing network, providing a gradual migration.
The multiple data center wide area network
It is possible by tunneling technology, as well as data center within a single, connect the data center across a wide area network, to build a logical network across multiple data centers.
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