Indigo Virtual Switch
About Indigo Virtual Switch
Indigo Virtual Switch is a lightweight, high-performance vSwitch built from the ground up to support the OpenFlow protocol. It is designed to enable high-scale network virtualization applications and supports distribution across multiple physical servers using an OpenFlow enabled controller, similar to VMware’s vNetwork, Cisco’s Nexus or Open vSwitch.
Indigo Virtual Switch (IVS) is a pure OpenFlow vSwitch. Focusing on OpenFlow allows us to simplify management and increase performance. For example, IVS does not include a database. IVS does include scalable GRE tunnels and multi-core upcall processing, both important for large deployments.
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