SnapRoute Launches Industry’s First Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS)

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According to a new press release, “SnapRoute today announced the availability of its innovative Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS). Built on a containerized, microservices architecture, SnapRoute’s CN-NOS creates enhanced network agility, integrates networking natively into DevOps environments, and enables operational effectiveness to drive rapid, secure, and efficient application deployment and business performance. To remain competitive in today’s highly disruptive business climate, companies must continuously improve application delivery in order to provide more value to customers and remain relevant. Yet, according to Gartner, Inc.’s May 2018 ‘2018 Strategic Roadmap for Networking’ research, ‘Traditional network offerings are not well-suited to fulfill enterprise expectations for rapid delivery of new services, more flexible business models, real-time response and massive scalability.’ Until now.”

The release continues, “All of today’s network operating systems are built in a monolithic architectural style with a rigid codebase that prevents businesses from adapting to rapidly changing demands. The complexity of these legacy network operating systems creates brittle network environments that are prone to outages, and restrict collaboration between the teams that develop applications (DevOps) and the teams that operate networks (NetOps). This results in significant increases in application time to service and inhibits the ability of the organization to respond to changing business dynamics. SnapRoute’s cloud-native innovations resolve the inherent inflexibility of legacy monolithic network operating systems, enabling operational teams to align with and respond more quickly to business demands.”

Read more at SnapRoute.com.

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