CPLANE NETWORKS joins OIL

Canonical

on 12 August 2014

Our OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL) programme is currently testing and validating over 3,000 hardware and software configurations per month. We’re adding more and more partners to the list, and today we welcome CPLANE NETWORKS to OIL. CPLANE provides a scalable Software Defined Networking (SDN) product called Dynamic Virtual Networks that integrates with the OpenStack framework to create high performance, highly available virtualised networks.

John Casey, CTO and VP of Engineering comments; “Our focus is not only to deliver high performance OpenStack Networking, but make it super easy to deploy and use. We’ve invested heavily in packaging and automated deployment, and OIL gives us another level of interoperability testing and validation that ensures DVN will seamlessly integrate and operate across a wide variety Ubuntu configurations.”

Today, there are so many options for building clouds, it becomes extremely difficult to ensure interoperability between all the components.  OIL provides customer assurance of interoperability and compatibility with their preferred solutions in private OpenStack environments. CPLANE joins other significant OIL partners such as IBM, HP, Cisco, Dell, EMC, Fusion-io, Inktank/Ceph, AMD SeaMicro, Intel, Avago Technologies (formerly LSi), Open Compute Platform, and VMware.

 

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