Unlock the full potential of software-defined networking (SDN) with Stratum, the cutting-edge project developed under the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). Stratum uses code derived from Google’s internal operations and offers advanced configuration and management options for network devices beyond what ONF’s OpenFlow protocol provides.
Key Features of Stratum
- Improved device performance and capacity
- Increased network scalability
- Deeper programmability for maximum versatility
- Compatibility with existing and future hardware
- Reduced overhead by eliminating legacy protocols
Why Choose Stratum?
As the demand for cloud services and edge computing grows, Stratum provides the crucial technology to manage and scale complex networks. Unlike traditional SDN solutions, Stratum offers the granular control and flexibility required for advanced network architecture, unlocking the true potential of SDN.
What is Stratum?
Stratum is a next-generation software-defined networking (SDN) project developed under the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). It uses code from Google’s internal operations and provides superior configuration and management capabilities beyond what ONF’s OpenFlow protocol offers.
What are the benefits of Stratum?
Some of the key benefits of Stratum include better device performance and capacity, increased network scalability, deeper programmability for maximum versatility, compatibility with existing and future hardware, and reduced overhead by eliminating legacy protocols.
Why is Stratum important?
With the growing demand for cloud services and edge computing, Stratum plays a crucial role in managing and scaling complex networks. It offers unparalleled granular control and flexibility, which unlocks the full potential of SDN architecture.
Experience the Future of SDN with Stratum
Join the next wave of software-defined networking with Stratum, the ONF’s cutting-edge project. Benefit from Stratum’s superior flexibility, scalability, and performance and witness the next generation of SDN for yourself.