This post expands on my previous posts about what makes onePK better, and the onePK software architecture. Here I focus on the application deployment options onePK makes available.
The deployment options are summarized in the diagram below.
Process hosting means that the onePK application is running within a container on the same hardware as the network operating system (NOS). Read More »
Tags: API, blade hosting, Cisco Cloud Connector, Cisco ONE, Cisco onePK, Cisco Open Network Environment, deployment, end-point hosting, Network Containers, network operating systems, nexus, NOS, onePK, Proces hosting, routing, switching
A few months back, Cisco announced our official support for the OpenStack open-source project. Led by Cisco’s office of the Cloud CTO (Lew Tucker), Cisco continues to expand our engagement in this community.
Our initial engagement was a “Network as a Service” (NaaS) submission, looking at ways to create a logical abstraction to automate pools (or containers) of network resources and allow developers to create systems that meet their application needs.
Last week we co-sponsored the OpenStack Design Conference in Santa Clara (all presentations). We also created this resource page to highlight configurations for developers or systems integrators looking to setup OpenStack on the Cisco UCS platform. Recaps of the Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4 events and activities.
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Tags: Cloud Computing, lew tucker, NaaS, Network as a Service, Network Containers, OpenStack