SAN FRANCISCO and TOKYO – OpenStack Summit Tokyo 2015 – Oct. 28, 2015 – Midokura, the global innovator in software network virtualization, today announced the integration of its flagship Midokura Enterprise MidoNet (MEM) technology with Ubuntu OpenStack. Now, users can benefit from the power of an integrated cloud solution that combines industry-leading technology from Midokura with one of the most widely deployed commercial distributions of OpenStack.
“Canonical continues to expand our SDN ecosystem to ease the deployment of OpenStack with an SDN. Midokura is an Ubuntu Cloud partner, and today Midokura Enterprise MidoNet is available to our customers through the MidoNet Juju Charm. The simplicity and agility inherent in MEM’s distributed architecture is now easier to deploy with OpenStack,” said John Zannos, Canonical VP of WW Alliances and Ecosystem. “With this seamless integration in place, Ubuntu OpenStack and MEM will be deployable in minutes using Juju and the MidoNet Juju Charm.”
Juju is an open source service modeling and deployment tool, led by Canonical. Via Charms, Juju lets you design, deploy, connect and scale services for solutions of any size. The Midokura Juju Charm is immediately available in the Charm Store – a collection of Charms that have been tested and approved by Canonical.
“Canonical is known for delivering outstanding support to production customers of Ubuntu OpenStack,” said Dan Dumitriu, CEO of Midokura. “The only remaining gap has been the need for a networking overlay that is both easy to deploy and scale. Today, we are delighted to plug this gap with the availability of the MidoNet Juju Charm for Ubuntu OpenStack. Midokura looks forward to delivering simpler, more agile and more secure networking to Canonical customers worldwide as they are now able to access our award-winning Midokura Enterprise MidoNet network virtualization technology.”
Today’s news highlights Midokura’s dedication to growing its partner program with new integrations. Over the past few months the company has announced partnerships with leading industry organizations, including with Cumulus Networks, Dell Networking, Fujitsu, Intel, Penguin Computing, Pica8 and Red Hat.
Midokura’s flagship product, Midokura Enterprise MidoNet (MEM), is a network virtualization platform aimed at enterprises. Yesterday, Midokura announced the latest release of MEM, which offers support for OpenStack Liberty. To learn more about MEM and to register for a free trial, visit: www.midokura.com/midonet-enterprise.
Midokura also offers an open source version of the core MidoNet technology, which is quickly gaining in popularity among organizations of all sizes in more than 120 countries. To learn more about open source MidoNet, go to: www.midonet.org.
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Founded in 2010, Midokura was an early global leader in network virtualization. The company’s pedigree includes Amazon, Cisco, Google and VMware. With its Midokura Enterprise MidoNet (MEM) solution, Midokura offers the industry a complete overlay technology that integrates with cloud platforms, such as OpenStack. Now gaining awareness in 122 countries, the source code for MidoNet is freely available at www.midonet.org. MidoNet delivers the first truly open, vendor-agnostic network virtualization solution available to the OpenStack community. Midokura is a contributing member of the OpenStack Networking (Neutron) Project, Open Platform for NFV Project and the Open Container Initiative.
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