Using Contrail Networking, operators can modernize their cloud networks to achieve network abstraction and segmentation with continuous connectivity, providing the following advantages:
Abstraction: Allows SDN to function as a compiler by translating abstract, high-level workflows into specific rules or policies. These policies automate the provisioning of workloads and enable the service chaining of network and security services.
Segmentation: Ensures clear and secure segmentation among tenants sharing pooled infrastructure resources and using multiple compute tools.
Connectivity: Allows you to interweave virtual overlay networks and heterogeneous environments that straddle private and public clouds and orchestration tools. Cloud operators can also combine various compute technologies from traditional bare-metal servers with virtual machines and containers for cloud-native applications. In this way, you can build, deploy, and manage applications across many different infrastructure types while maintaining application portability and reusability.... More Info »
Service providers can use Contrail Networking to enable a range of innovative new services that include cloud-based offerings and virtualized managed services. For enterprises, Contrail Networking can increase business agility by enabling the migration of applications and IT resources to more flexible private or hybrid cloud environments.
Juniper Professional Services offers a JumpStart service to help with initial implementation and configuration of Contrail Networking. Read the datasheet for more information.