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Big Switch Advances Next-Generation Monitoring Fabrics and Data Center Switching Fabrics to Accelerate SDN-Based Network Transformation

Big Switch Networks

Big Switch Networks, the leader in bringing hyperscale-inspired networking to data centers worldwide, today announced significant updates to its SDN-based Big Monitoring Fabric and Big Cloud Fabric solutions. The new releases provide broader support for key customer use cases in security monitoring, network function virtualization (NFV) and IP storage, as well as support for the latest open networking switches. Furthermore, with enhancements to visibility, troubleshooting and automated network operations, Big Switch continues its rapid pace of innovation to transform data center networking.

To learn more about Big Monitoring Fabric 5.7, and Big Cloud Fabric 3.6, please register for a webinar June 29th at 10am PDT:

New capabilities in Big Monitoring Fabric include advanced feature additions to the Big Switch DPDK service node and enhanced network services for out-of-band network monitoring to achieve pervasive network visibility and security. Big Cloud Fabric updates include deeper integration with VMware vSphere®, and support for Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8, with a recently completed 300 node scale benchmark validation test with Dell & Red Hat. Big Switch is also announcing support for the latest open networking switches based on Broadcom Trident-II+ and Tomahawk ASICs, including copper 10G (10GbT) and higher-density 64x40G to double the scale of both SDN fabric solutions. With these new capabilities, Big Switch delivers next-generation network visibility and automation to any company, any workload, at any scale.

"This has been an extremely rewarding period for the company as we continue to earn the trust of customers around the world who are increasingly selecting Big Switch technologies to modernize their data centers," said Douglas Murray, CEO, Big Switch Networks. "We understand the importance of innovation velocity and are rapidly adding transformational capabilities in support of our mission to make hyperscale-inspired networking available to anyone."

Published Wednesday, June 22, 2016 9:34 PM by David Marshall
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