PLUMgrid says too many OpenStack projects have been delayed or altogether cancelled at the proof-of-concept stage because the networking solutions lack the necessary elements to power a production cloud. In this demo, PLUMgrid shows how its OpenStack Networking Suite uses a distributed VXLAN-powered overlay network to overcome many of the limitations of other OpenStack networking products.
PLUMgrid OpenStack Production Cloud Demo Synopsis:
Built with PLUMgrid Platform, IO Visor, and Virtual Domain technologies, the OpenStack Networking Suite is compatible with any data center physical infrastructure and significantly reduces the deployment time of OpenStack clouds. Built-in monitoring, analytics, and troubleshooting tools help administrators seamlessly manage cloud networks and perform upgrades with no downtime.
PLUMgrid’s co-founder and CTO Pere Monclus and solutions architect Faan DeSwardt discuss and demonstrate the advanced functionality of the PLUMgrid OpenStack Networking Suite, including:
- Introduction to PLUMgrid Virtual Domains, including virtual networking functions (VNFs) and data plane encryption
- Service insertion of third-party network solutions
- In-service software update and versioning of PLUMgrid VNFs
- Hardware-agnostic and highly available PLUMgrid Gateway
- PLUMgrid Fabric Heat Map
The PLUMgrid OpenStack Networking Suite is integrated with the leading OpenStack distributions and is certified with Red Hat OpenStack 4.0. Watch the DemoFriday™ full presentation, or take a look at these additional resources:
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