Orchestration for multi-vendor, multi-site OpenStack hybrid clouds
You need to deploy Cloud & NFV services quickly on your existing network. And you want to use an open solution to avoid vendor lock-in. Our orchestration software provides a single, open-API solution to create and integrate multi-site OpenStack Cloud across your existing infrastructure.
You need to adopt OpenStack and connect to public clouds, but you have to integrate with legacy systems. Our software enables you to quickly create hybrid-cloud infrastructure in multiple data centers in multiple locations using OpenStack. And it plays well with others with easy integration.
CPLANE NETWORKS software-only “multi-domain orchestration” platform automates multiple layers and systems of IT infrastructure to allow easy and comprehensive integration. Our open-API platform means no proprietary hardware dependencies, giving you vendor choice and flexibility, without sacrificing scale or performance.
“While OpenStack is limited to orchestrating and managing tenants and services within a single data center, CPLANE’s MSM extends that service- and tenant-centric management view to a multisite cloud model.”
Enterprise Management Associates
Learn how CPLANE’s Multi-Site Manager lets you quickly and easily build private and hybrid clouds that span multiple sites.
OpenStack Networking at Scale
CTO John Casey and industry luminary Ivan Pepelnjak discuss how CPLANE NETWORKS enables enterprises and service providers to deploy, scale up, scale out and connect their OpenStack clouds.
“CPLANE’s strong MPLS background and legacy IP assets/code base give it a head start on the numerous competitors in this market that have started from scratch.”
— 451 Research
“Simple solution to a complex problem.”
— Network Architect Tier-1 Telco Service Provider
“There is little argument that virtual networking gets complex quickly and presents scaling and performance challenges, and this appears to substantiate CPLANE’s claim of the value of being able to adapt existing and field-proven software.”
— 451 Research