Best Datacenter and Cloud Software

September 13, 2011 at 8:06 am Leave a comment

InfoWorld Magazine’s test center honored Vyatta with our fourth BOSSIE award this year for our unique ability to solve the networking and security needs of the Cloud & Virtual Datacenter.

It’s an honor to be recognized as a leader in this space and to be among great company (Xen, Eucalyptus, Gluster). There is something extra special about winning awards when nominations are sent in by readers and users. Thank you to the huge (500,000+) Vyatta community for recognizing our accomplishments, advancing our product, and spreading the word about Vyatta’s ability to connect and secure virtual datacenters and clouds.

As the industry’s only software networking solution we’ve come a long way in the past five years and we’re thrilled that IDG has continuously recognized our ability to evolve our solutions to meet the changing needs of the enterprise network.

Summary of Vyatta BOSSIE awards:

2008:  Vyatta – Best Networking Software
”Logging in to a Vyatta router can closely resemble the console of a Cisco or Juniper router…”
2009:  Vyatta – Best Networking Software
”The amazingly useful Vyatta Core distribution…”
  Vyatta – Best Networking Software
…”an open source David to Cisco’s Goliath…”
2011:   Vyatta – Best Cloud and Datacenter Software
”For all of the talk about the wonderful advances of computing, many savvy enterprise managers are scraping their heads and wondering about security. How can they lock down their machines if they don’t know where they are? One solution is Vyatta..”

Vyatta will keep the hits coming… watch this space!


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