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TBD Networks Extends Proven Network Virtualization Solution to Physical and Virtual Firewalls
TBDVirtualFabric Fills the Gap Between VMware and Cisco in Virtual Datacenters

TBDVirtualFabric-VMware Edition (VME) provides the missing pieces for companies to realize the full benefits of Datacenter Virtualization by unifying physical and virtual firewalls and network infrastructure. Based on the proven Network Virtualization solution scaleable to over 30,000 Virtual Network endpoints, TBDVirtualFabric-VME was specifically designed to provide a virtual fabric of networking, security, and firewall capabilities to scale VMware environments beyond current limitations.

Server and storage virtualization have yielded benefits by reducing operational costs and hardware expenditure while significantly increasing business agility. However, virtualization projects directly result in the addition of virtual network devices that increase network complexity without giving datacenter managers the same flexible management options that server and storage virtualization provides.

"Companies that have chosen not to implement Network Virtualization in their Virtual Datacenter are only realizing part of the benefits," noted Dr. Anurag Juneja, Vice President Solutions at eGain. "Server and storage virtualization has cut provisioning times from days or weeks to minutes, but manually provisioning correct VLAN and security configurations still takes days or weeks, delaying roll-outs and exposing servers to a new class of security risks. Network Virtualization closes this gap and completes the Virtual Datacenter."

"TBDVirtualFabric-VME naturally extends the benefits that VMware and VMotion create in current virtual environments," commented Thomas Ludwig, CEO of TBD Networks. "It delivers benefits of full Datacenter Virtualization within minutes of installation. TBDVirtualFabric-VME automatically discovers the entire physical and virtual network (including firewalls, switches and VLANs), and gives administrators an intuitive GUI to define network topologies, high-availability and security policies. The result is a virtualized environment that complies with enterprise standards and scales to large deployments without giving up on the flexibility of datacenter-wide VMotion."

TBDVirtualFabric-VME helps companies maximize their return on investment from Datacenter Virtualization efforts. It reduces networking bottlenecks, especially in multi vendor networks (supporting leading vendors such as Cisco, Foundry and Juniper), without compromising security by reducing hardware requirements, and improving the utilization of existing hardware and network links. TBDVirtualFabric-VME permits companies to provision, manage, and reconfigure networks at the speed of business. In addition to improved network performance, availability, and QoS, it can simultaneously help companies reduce security risks and network threats.

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