Cisco said Uniserver, Netherlands-based cloud hosting provider, has deployed its Virtual Topology System (VTS), an open software-overlay management and provisioning system.
The partnership with Cisco is aimed at driving network innovation to achieve programmability and accelerate provisioning for its data center network fabric. Cisco VTS will bring sophisticated network provisioning for virtual and physical infrastructures.
Uniserver will benefit from the reduction in time to deploy new services with high scalability and flexibility. The latest network technology from Cisco will also assist Uniserver to offer high quality services and reliable cloud infrastructure to its customers.
“With the support from Cisco and VTS, our automated data center network has allowed us to rapidly offer new services and solutions to our customers and partners,” said Chango Eersel, director Operations, Uniserver.
In addition, the timely deployment of Cisco VTS has assisted Uniserver to increase simplicity and a repeatable process for high-quality, error-free provisioning. Transparent Integration, providing support for existing multivendor infrastructure and operational systems like OpenStack and vCenter were the other benefits.
“Our focus is to help service providers such as Uniserver, as well as enterprise operations teams, reduce network configuration complexity and enhance the agility of their multi-tenant cloud environments,” said Jonathan Davidson, SVP/GM Service Provider Networking, Cisco.
Cisco said its technology innovations in systems, silicon, optics, services and security, and expertise in networking, automation, optical, cable access, video, and mobility enables service providers, media and web companies to reduce cost and complexity, and grow revenue.