OcNOS Product

Overview

OcNOS is a robust, programmable and innovative operating system, featuring a single software image that runs across the entire portfolio of Open Compute platforms from leading network device vendors. This guarantees consistent operations, workflow automation and high availability, while significantly reducing operational expenses.

OcNOS borrows heavily from the popular ZebOS line of products, which provides a rich feature density and robustness that has been built up over the years and validated in thousands of diverse customer networks. OcNOS provides industry standard CLI, supports all standard MIBs and other standard operation and management tools. Its integrated centralized management and provisioning layer allows for transaction-based configuration and device feature modelling. The management layer has support for Netconf, REST APIs besides custom CLI generation capability. This allows an OcNOS system to be configured, managed and controlled by Network Management System for scaled topologies and in multiple ways.

OcNOS is a modular, multi-tasking network operating system, with tight integration capabilities on commodity hardware. This design allows for scaled and performance critical deployments. The niche coupling with merchant silicon utilizes key hardware capabilities for better performance and feature set.

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System Architecture

Features

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System Architecture

Features

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IP Infusion’s Open Compute Operating System (OcNOS) has been designed from the ground-up and is optimized to address the needs of public/private/hybrid cloud networks, while enabling new applications and ushering in the era of Software Defined Networks (SDN), newer, demanding data center and enterprise network environments.

It is the industry’s most advanced network operating system for open compute platforms. Combining modern-day software and operating system (O/S) concepts, transparently restartable processes, open platform development, an un-modified Linux kernel, and a stateful database model.



 

 

 

OcNOS-1.3.8