The Extreme Networks Virtualized Multi-Tenant and Cloud Data Center Architecture is designed to meet the needs of service providers and enterprises in this fast- growing market. This architecture is built around highly virtualized environments where information isolation within a shared resource environment, infrastructure scale, virtualization lifecycle management, performance, automation and integration into existing management and provisioning platforms are required. From a networking perspective, the ability to provide high-performance 10 GbE and 40 GbE in an open, standards-based framework is essential. Extreme Networks architecture helps service providers move from a physical to a highly virtualized infrastructure and into the cloud via an open architecture without forcing an operating methodology or requiring a forklift upgrade. This white paper will address the key issues and outline an open and modular design to support the virtualized multi-tenant data centers and cloud networks of the future.
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