OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary

In this briefing, DP Ayyadevara, Savithru Lokanath and Vinay Rao from Juniper Networks provide an update to the Juniper Contrail and OpenShift integration. We discussed an application build environment use case along with support for Network Policies leveraging Contrail Security integration. Contrail Security helps minimizes risk to the applications that run in multi-cloud environments. It discovers application traffic flows and drastically reduces policy proliferation across different environments. Contrail Security can also be used for easy monitoring and troubleshooting of inter- and intra-application traffic flows. We also touched on the re-branding of OpenContrail to Tungsten Fabric and the road ahead for the open source project itself.

In a previous OpenShift Commons Briefing (session# 89), we demonstrated using Contrail as a multi-tenant SDN for OpenShift automating the full lifecycle of networking virtual domains, tenants, subnets, and security policies, all in sync with the lifecycle and workflow of OpenShift users and application builds, deployments and services.

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OpenShift Commons Briefing on OpenContrail Tungsten Fabric with Juniper

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