In this DemoFriday™, Juniper and Cloudscaling team up to discuss a turnkey, SDN cloud solution with network virtualization and orchestration. With its recent acquisition of Contrail Systems, Juniper promises a standards-based SDN controller that uses protocols like BGP to enable carrier-class scale, integration with multi-vendor physical networks, and true inter-cloud federation. Cloudscaling serves enterprises, service providers, and web application providers who want elastic cloud infrastructure to deliver the benefits of public clouds like AWS – but deployable in their own data centers and under their IT teams’ control.
Juniper and Cloudscaling SDN Cloud Demo Synopsis:
Multi-tenant private and public elastic IaaS SDN clouds are transforming how applications are developed, tested, and deployed. As next-generation, dynamic applications like web/mobile apps, SaaS/PaaS deployments, and Big Data implementations are built to auto-scale and self-heal in a hybrid cloud deployment, networks increasingly require elastic data center infrastructures that maintain compatibility with leading public clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS).
In this presentation, Ankur Singla, vice president/general manager for Orchestration Systems at Juniper, and founder/CEO of Contrail Systems, makes a surprise guest appearance, joining Juniper Senior Director of Engineering Parantap Lahiri and Cloudscaling Vice President of Product Management Azmir Mohamed to demo Cloudscaling’s Open Cloud System (OCS). The system is an IaaS solution powered by OpenStack technology, and the latest OCS release 2.5 provides integration with Contrail Virtual Network Engine. Join Singla, Lahiri, and Mohamed as they:
- Showcase the turnkey OCS solution with interoperability with AWS
- Walk you through setting up and running a multi-tier web application
- Demo turnkey SDN cloud solution with virtualization and orchestration
- Perform dynamic security and network service chaining through Contrail
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