Why choose Cumulus Linux
Cumulus Linux is the only solution that allows you to affordably build and efficiently operate your network like the world’s largest data center operators, unlocking vertical network stacks.
What network challenge are you facing?
What you get with Cumulus Linux
Technology we innovate in-house to make your life easier:
Create configs faster by no longer depending on unique IP addresses, which simplifies automation.
Automation gets even easier with this simplified IP approach. All you need is one IP template for leaf nodes and one for the spine nodes. Easy, right?
Get VM and host mobility by plugging in your server into any RDNBR switch making it L3 discoverable on the fabric. If you have any need to move the server, there’s no need to reconfigure.
Efficiently go from whiteboard to physical cable. With PTM, you can program your data center to verify connections and resolve issues faster.
Virtual Routing and Forwarding
Run multiple network paths without the need for multiple switches, giving you traffic isolation and network segmentation for multiple devices.
Lightweight Network Virtualization (LNV)
Accelerate VXLAN deployments with a controllerless solution.
Ethernet Virtual Private Networks (EVPN)
Get freedom from L2 complexities with this modern, standards-based, interoperable technology that allows legacy layer 2 applications to operate over next-generation Layer 3 networks. Learn more about EVPN.
Network Command Line Utility (NCLU)
Use our rich and simple command line for easy network configuration and operation.
Plus standard technology that we’ve improved:
Unlock the stack with open architecture using a Linux operating model
From OpenSSH to authentication, Cumulus Linux keeps your switches secure
Hardware your way
Launch fully-loaded with Cumulus Express or choose from our 50+ hardware partners
With a unified operating model across the compute and network, you'll reduce complexities and get guaranteed interoperability
Our software writes directly on the silicon giving you a software driven and hardware accelerated approach.