Awnix’s Engineered Systems for OpenStack with integrated Software Defined Networking (SDN) are semi-custom turnkey platforms which are built upon a core design developed by Awnix over the past three years and which can be modified to meet your specific needs.
These Engineered Systems are manufactured in our factory, based on your requirements, and delivered to you complete: racked, stacked, cabled, labeled, installed, and configured. Upon arrival they are ready to go–you only need to roll them into place, plug them into power and network, and begin using your new OpenStack with SDN private-cloud.
There is no need to install OpenStack or SDN yourself. Because the rack(s) arrive complete they are ready to go once plugged into power and network. Each rack is contains its own top of rack network switches which are configured to be highly available and offer hundreds of gigabits of bandwidth to your cloud. You only need to plug a network cable into the designated ports, configure the appropriate network subnet(s) and VLAN(s) within your data center network, and it is ready for you to log in and begin creating tenants, SDN networks, and virtual instances.
We also want to ensure that your installation goes as smoothly as possible and be worry free, so all of Awnix’s Engineered Systems come with installation services. Even though our Engineered Systems are already installed and configured to your specifications, we will send an expert engineer to your location(s) to oversee the installation, assist if necessary, and demonstrate the functionality of your new private-cloud.
Our Engineered Systems are configured to make the maximum use of resources while minimizing the cost to you. Our designs have the greatest virtual instance density available and cost less than alternative options. You will be able to deploy up to 384 virtual instances in our ARC-96 model, 1280 virtual instances in our ARC-320 model, and up to a whopping 2560 virtual instances in our ARC-640. As for virtual subnets, routers, and security groups (virtual firewalls) go, you can deploy as many as you want. Sky is the limit.
More detail of the configurations can be found in the following pages: