Big Switch Networks is positioned in the Visionaries Quadrant of the 2017 Data Center Networking Magic Quadrant, authored by Danilo Ciscato, Mark Fabbi and Andrew Lerner.
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"Network solutions for enterprise data centers are evolving to support for better agility and cloud architectures. Enterprise I&O leaders should evaluate multiple vendors, and focus on comparing architectures, software features and infrastructure integration capabilities, not hardware specifications."
*Gartner - Magic Quadrant for Data Center Networking, Analyst(s): Danilo Ciscato, Mark Fabbi, Andrew Lerner, 03 July 2017.
Big Cloud Fabric is a next-generation data center switching fabric inspired by the design principles hyper-scale operators like Facebook and Google have developed to build intelligent, agile and highly flexible network architectures. Customers benefit from unprecedented application agility due to automation, order-of-magnitude operational simplification due to SDN management, and significant cost reduction due to hardware/software disaggregation. Big Cloud Fabric supports all workloads (physical, virtual machine, and container) and choice of orchestration software. It provides L2 switching, L3 routing, and L4-7 service insertion and chaining. The scalable fabric is fully resilient, with no single point of failure, and supports headless mode operations. Big Cloud Fabric is available in two editions:
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