Extreme solutions for data center networking, recently recognized as a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice, deliver new, top-of-the-line capabilities to augment enterprise IT teams and reduce human error!
It is as straight-forward as cabling up all switches and entering a few simple commands to establish a network. With our engineers being able to perform these steps so easily themselves, our team is freed up to focus on the actual platforms and services we offer to our partners.
Nick Barron, Chief Technology Officer, Harbor Solutions
With the new Extreme Fabric Automation tool, we were able to set up the network in minutes without having to use additional, expensive server infrastructure.
Darren Elsom, Director, Trunk Networks
The software and the hardware
SLX 9150 leaf switch and SLX 9250 spine switch
More than ever, the modern datacenter network must be fully responsive to the needs of workloads, which are increasingly distributed across multi-cloud environments. In this context, microservices have emerged as a key enabler of automated network agility and streamlined simplification, from the point of provisioning and throughout the network lifecycle. With Extreme Fabric Automation, Extreme Networks is helping to bring simplicity to complex fabric management, making it possible for customers – on their own, without the assistance of external consultants – to get their datacenter networks up and running in minutes rather than days.
Brad Casemore, Research Vice President, Datacenter Networks at IDC
The data center is no longer about speeds and feeds – it’s where digital transformation is won or lost. Extreme Fabric Automation is built using a cloud-native architecture to enhance fabric orchestration and management capabilities. It offers simplicity to data center teams, removing the need for manual switch-by-switch configurations and allowing IT teams to move at the pace of their businesses: at cloud-speed.
Abby Strong, Vice President of Product Marketing, Extreme Networks