Time for another Cumulus content roundup! We’ve been really busy this summer, so there’s a little bit of everything in this post: videos, industry news articles, new podcast episodes and even an entire book! So if you’ve got room on your summer reading list, be sure to add EVPN in the Data Center. Or, if you’ve got too much to do and can’t find time to sit down and read, grab a pair of headphones and listen to the latest episode of Kernel of Truth while you work. The choice is yours!
New from Cumulus
Kernel of Truth episode 03 — Linux: the kernel, the community & beyond: You can’t name an open networking podcast “Kernel of Truth,” and NOT have an episode dedicated to the Linux kernel! Listen to our discussion about the Linux community and why Linux belongs in the data center.
EVPN in the Data Center: This eBook cuts through the fog and explains how you can deploy this technology seamlessly in your data center. You’ll discover why EVPN can be simpler to use in data centers than in service provider networks.
Vault Systems customer video: As a cloud provider for the Australian government, Vault Systems relies on their OpenStack infrastructure to maintain top performance and availability, as well as high security standards. Watch the video to learn how Vault Systems was able to ensure network up time with their new network solution.
NetQ is now a 2018 “New Product” Award Winner!: Network Products Guide, a leading technology research and advisory guide, has named Cumulus NetQ a SILVER winner in the 13th Annual 2018 IT World Awards® in the New Product and Services category. Read the blog post to learn more about it!
iNNOVO Cloud GmbH customer case study: iNNOVO Cloud GmbH drives innovative cloud and blockchain service offerings built on a modern network with Cumulus. Read this case study to find out more about the solution we created together.
News in tech
What Kubernetes really is, and how orchestration redefines the data center: In a little over four years’ time, the project born from Google’s internal container management efforts has upended the best-laid plans of VMware, Microsoft, Oracle, and every other would-be king of the data center. So just what is it that changed everything?
What is a software defined perimeter?: Software Defined Networks (SDN) have a massive part to play in terms of the way cloud architectures are now being constructed to operate, many of which will be multi-tenant deployments with complex integration gateway challenges.
How developers can get involved with open source networking: There have always been integration challenges with open source software, whether in pulling together Linux distributions or in mating program subsystems developed by geographically distributed communities.