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Open networking revenue (excluding hyperscalers) is expected to reach $1.35 billion by 2023, with a compound annual growth rate of 33% between 2019 and 2023.
VMware SD-WAN tops Cisco in new a IHS report; VMware-VeloCloud detail the road ahead for SD-WAN; and Citrix's internal network gets hacked.
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Microsoft contributed the open source Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC) to OCP in 2016. It uses the Linux kernel, and it allows cloud operators to share the same software stack across multiple switch vendors’ hardware.
The company has a similar product for Microsoft Azure that is slated to enter beta next year. Google Cloud is on the roadmap for future support.
It’s delivering a public-cloud management paradigm, which customers are familiar with, to on-premises workloads.
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Big Switch’s data center monitoring fabric will add support for public cloud environments including AWS and Azure later this year.
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Facebook’s FBOSS and Google’s Stratum use Open Network Linux hardware. ONL is a Linux distribution for bare metal switches and it is one of OCP’s several open hardware projects.
Tianjin Broadcast and TV Network and the Incheon “smart city” in South Korea are customers.
Big Mon uses a technology called GPRS tunneling protocol (GTP) to keep an eye on traffic.
An end-user’s perspective on open hardware and software.