Open Network, OpenStack

Every large organization and managed service provider (MSP) is on a journey to attain the critical tenets of cloud.  From self-service consumption to automation to pay-as-you-go economics, giants like AWS, Google and Microsoft are achieving massive benefits by adopting on-prem cloud solutions. In order to achieve competitive customer service, cloud service provider (CSP) networks must be agile, scalable, software-driven, cost-effective and able to address evolving business demands.

We’ve boiled down the five principles that CSPs use to design their web-scale networks. Find out how Cumulus Linux achieves all those principles, while significantly reducing cost and technical complexity.

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Up to 60%

reduction in total cost of ownership (TCO) has been
reported by Cumulus Linux customers.

CSPs design web-scale networks with a few key principles in mind. Here's an easy way to
remember them, using the acronym MORSE:

Light Bulb

Modular

Relieves bottlenecks & failure points

Window Flash

Open

Gives you choice of hardware vendor

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Reliable

Guarantees compliance & communal security

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Scalable

Supports EVPN to simplify & segment traffic

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Efficient

Increases efficiency
up to 95%

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"Research shows that more CSPs are using cloud technologies for their internal IT applications … [CSPs] understand the scalability, lower hardware costs, flexibility and agility that web-scale networking delivers… Modern OSs have capabilities to reduce complexity and help CSPs get up to speed."

— ROZ ROSEBORO, PRINCIPAL ANALYST // HEAVY READING

The bottom line

CSP networks must be Modular, Open, Reliable, Scalable and Efficient to compete and grow. Cumulus Linux offers all these principles, at significant CapEx & OpEx savings, and expeditious onboarding by providing Cumulus Linux trials at no cost.

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