SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 28, 2016) - RED HAT SUMMIT - Midokura, the global innovator in software network virtualization, today announced its Midokura Enterprise MidoNet (MEM) network virtualization technology has achieved certification with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8. Now, users can leverage the power of MEM with the latest release from Red Hat, designed to support the OpenStack community "Liberty" release.
"The strength of Red Hat OpenStack Platform lies in joint engineering with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the robust ecosystem of certified networking solutions," said Dan Mihai Dumitriu, CEO and co-founder of Midokura. "We are pleased to continue our close work with Red Hat and the OpenStack Networking (Neutron) core team to drive requirements from enterprises and web services companies into our joint solutions."
Midokura's MEM technology offers an intelligent, software-based network abstraction layer between the hosts and the physical network, by decoupling the IaaS cloud from the network hardware. In turn, operators can build isolated networks in software to overlay the existing hardware-based network infrastructure. The open source version of its core MidoNet technology is quickly gaining in popularity among organizations of all sizes in more 120 countries.
The news follows on the heels of Midokura's announcement of $20.4 million in Series B funding earlier this month. Midokura continues to be the trusted network virtualization vendor of choice for large-scale OpenStack deployments for leading organizations, including Ancestry.com, Blue Jeans Network, Overstock.com and Puppet.
"We're delighted by MidoNet's certification with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8," said Radhesh Balakrishnan, general manager, OpenStack, Red Hat. "MidoNet's open source networking tools complement Red Hat's open, cloud platform and allow more end-users to experience the value of these platform and network virtualization solutions."
Midokura is a proud participant of the Red Hat Connect for Technology Partners program, which connects business and technical resources to third-party technology companies who are aligning with Red Hat's OpenStack product offerings. For the full list of solutions certified for Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8 and other products in Red Hat's open hybrid cloud portfolio, visit Red Hat's Certified Solution Catalog.
To learn more about MEM and to register for a free trial, visit: www.midokura.com/midonet-enterprise. To learn more about open source MidoNet, go to: www.midonet.org.
Midokura at Red Hat Summit San Francisco
Midokura will showcase its award-winning network virtualization technology at Red Hat Summit this week in San Francisco. Find Midokura at booth #118. For event details and registration, visit: https://www.redhat.com/en/summit.
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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 and the Kuryr Project.
Midokura has offices in San Francisco, Tokyo and Barcelona, and is on the web at www.midokura.com. Follow us on Twitter: @midokura.
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