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Cumulus Linux in the enterprise campus.

As most know, Cumulus Linux was originally intended for data center switching and routing but over the years, our customer base has requested that we expand into the enterprise campus [...]

By | 12.07.2018|Industry & Market Trends|0 Comments

Cumulus content roundup: November

We're at it again with the Cumulus content roundup- November edition. As always, we've kept busy this month with lots of great resources and news for you to read. From EVPN Underlay [...]

By | 11.29.2018|Industry & Market Trends|0 Comments

Layer 3 can do it better. I’m convinced. You should be too.

There are lots of reasons why we have a tendency to stick to what we know best, but when new solutions present themselves, as the decision makers, we have to [...]

By | 11.26.2018|Technology|0 Comments

Cumulus Networks open-ended NCLU net example command

NCLU is the always helpful Network Command Line Utility. It’s a command interface for our products and platforms that’s designed to provide direct, simple access to network configuration information. Thus, [...]

By | 11.20.2018|Technology|0 Comments

Cumulus Linux automation with standard Linux tooling

One thing’s for sure: The world of networking and networking administration is quickly changing. Part of this change is an evolution from old-school, proprietary centralized networking to more open options. [...]

By | 11.20.2018|Industry & Market Trends|0 Comments