By deploying Embrane heleos, enterprise networks are dramatically more agile, enabling the network team to be more responsive to changing business demands
Use Case: Enterprise Private Cloud
By most definitions, the cloud is about enabling services on top of pooled, well-managed virtual resources. When it comes to enterprise private cloud, you can expand that definition to be about offering IT Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), including the ability to offer metered, self-service options to business units. Whether you like all of the hype around it or not, there is no denying that enterprises are moving to the cloud.
The reason for this migration is simple. The cloud brings many advantages including the ability to rapidly provision infrastructure and applications, elasticity to adjust to variable demand, scalability and control.
As your enterprise plans for cloud deployments, you need to consider infusing a level of agility into the network to take full advantage of the flexibility a private cloud solution promises. You need to ensure you can increase automation and control as business units and departments look to provision applications to meet their demands, while meeting overall security and compliance requirements. Additionally, if you've already deployed an orchestration system in your data center using tools such as OpenStack or CloudStack, it's important that any network services solution you choose leverages open APIs to allow for seamless integration.
Traditional hardware appliances and software virtual appliances fall short of these demands potentially erasing some of the advantages you seek as your enterprise migrates to the cloud. Embrane fully supports the move to private cloud.
- Increase network automation
- Deliver services faster while maintaining control and without adding complexity
- Accommodate changing business needs
- Reduce capital and operational expenses
Embrane Advantage and Benefits
- Dynamically provision services and scale in seconds to satisfy real-time user requirements
- All Embrane software-defined network services are managed from a single network services orchestration tool for simplified management
- Non-disruptive elasticity to enable the network to respond to changing demand without over-provisioning
- Integrates with orchestration tools for full automation to streamline deployment and management
- True multi-tenancy with ability to charge back business units for services
- Reduce CAPEX by more than 45% and OPEX by at least 25%