We enable our customers to deploy dynamically re-configurable networks based on their IT infrastructure and usage load requirements using Software Defined Networking (SDN).
The dynamic computing and storage needs of today’s data centers, campuses and carrier environments require network control that is flexible and cost-effective. Software Defined Networking (SDN) enables network administrators to quickly and easily make and push out decisions on how underlying systems (switches, routers) of the forwarding plane will handle traffic.
GS Lab has contributed significantly to the development of SDN endpoints like virtual firewalls as well as network reconfiguration operations such as instance migration across cloud providers, between private cloud and public cloud.
An SDN setup involving Openflow-compatible switches (based on LINC), using general-purpose hardware, and SDN controllers such as Ryu is a part of our own enterprise IT infrastructure.