tcp cloud deploys Juniper Networks Contrail service for cloud infrastructures
Juniper Networks has revealed that tcp cloud has deployed its Juniper Networks Contrail service. This service provide software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) to improve automation and orchestration in its physical and virtual infrastructures. With the help of the service tcp cloud will be able to build high-density private cloud solutions for its customers in one week.
Speaking about the deployment, Adam Skotnicky, chief executive officer, tcp cloud, said, “We are extremely satisfied with Juniper’s Contrail solution. From our experience, Contrail is a leading network virtualization and data center cloud orchestration solution that seamlessly integrated with our existing infrastructure and quickly scaled to meet our strategic expansion goals. We look forward to an ongoing relationship with Juniper Networks as we work toward constantly providing our customers with cutting-edge cloud solutions.”
On the other hand, Ankur Singla, corporate vice president and general manager, cloud software, Juniper Networks, said, “tcp cloud is on the forefront of providing innovative virtualized cloud services to its customers in the Czech Republic and neighboring countries. The network tcp cloud has built using Juniper’s MetaFabric architecture with the Contrail SDN controller will give tcp cloud the agility it needs to deliver solutions quickly and at scale for its customers.”
The installation of Juniper Networks Contrail exceeded expectations during the proof of concept (PoC) trial. Along with this, Juniper’s use of open standards and open protocols enabled tcp cloud to build a reliable and fully automated open cloud solution in the existing multivendor environment, which is critical to meet the company’s customer demands.