DreamHost case study

January 1, 2018

DreamHost needed speed and transparency across their data center as well as a self-managing model. Now, their environment consists of customer points of delivery (PODs) and command & control PODs for orchestration and management — all running Cumulus Linux in a leaf/spine architecture. Read more about this case study and how Cumulus Linux provided benefits like scalability, transparency, and resilient design.

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