Disruptive Platform for Software-Defined Multi-Cloud Enterprises
HTBASE vision enables architects and operators to control their computer applications, data and services extremely easily by driving them off central points to the edge of the Internet. HTBASE has been focusing on breaking barriers since its foundation by creating something new and unique. It wanted to simplify infrastructure so that users can focus rapidly on helping their businesses. HTBASE has created an upgrading layer that provides a multi-cloud environment with mobility, flexibility, and agility. The company’s JUKE platform solution brings together compute, storage, and networking to ensure that containers are contained in native and continuous lines across cludges and simplify how operations manage their resources.
Gartner named Juniper as a leader on the 2018 Magic Quadrant Data Center Networking, which is high both in terms of performance and vision comprehension. To identify the best corporate actors, Forbes ranked America’s leading publicly traded companies. Juniper is recognized as one of the top 100 companies which takes a public interest in themselves and generates better profits for themselves and society. At Interop Tokyo 2018, one of Asia’s largest network computer trade shows, Juniper’s MX10008 Universal Chassis and Contrail Enterprise Multicloud emerge as Grand Prix winners.
The leader in the automated, scalable, and secure networks industry, Juniper Networks, recently announced the company’s intent to acquire HTBASE, a highly unique and disruptive platform for software-defined multi-cloud enterprises. HTBASE offers a single layer of computational, networking, and storage across public and private clouds, as well as on edge, simplifying the handling of multi-cloud environments. This acquisition will bring multi-cloud storage to Juniper’s powerful Contrail Enterprise Multicloud network and computer orchestration capability. The unique value of HTBASE is to make the platform transparent for applications in its entire infrastructure layer (computer, storage, and network) without affecting the operating system or architecture. This facilitates easy migration of workloads and the leverage of multimedia on a single infrastructure stack without porting or locking in. Juniper’s customers will benefit from the extended HTBASE platform and its composable system, which enables reused and extended software elements to enhance contrail power for all that the multi-cloud provides.
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