Nuage Networks Overview

Nuage Networks is the #2 ranked solution in our list of top Software Defined Networking. It is most often compared to VMware NSX: Nuage Networks vs VMware NSX

What is Nuage Networks?

Nuage Networks Virtualized Network Services (VNS) automate branch site connectivity and gives you deployment options for cloud integration and branch VPN services. Nuage Networks VNS offers a fresh approach to the enterprise WAN. It seamlessly links all your locations - regardless of size or geography - while reducing your need for customized networking. Nuage Networks VNS is based on an overlay model that can use any IP network to provide connectivity between sites. It gives maximum flexibility and enables to choose from multiple access or last-mile technologies, including copper, fiber and mobile broadband.

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Mohamed A Hassan
Data Center Consultant at Nesting Tech
Real User
Top 10Leaderboard
Aug 23, 2019
Single platform for both SDDC and SD-WAN

What is our primary use case?

Both SD-WAN and SDDC. As for many banking, we need to have a single solution that virtualizes networking and extends the connectivity between the main DC and DR with the several cloud services like Amazon and Azure, VNF, branch in a box approach. At the same time, the policy can be managed centrally for branches and pushed in no time, allowing application-aware routing and local break out, same time providing giga-grade OVS performance.

What other advice do I have?

Always abstract your network virtualization (same as the SDN concept) and never use a single proprietary vendor for both hardware and software. Always select the open-standard vendors for both, for example, (Juniper or HPE or Extreme for hardware, and L3 switching and configure Nuage for software overlay).