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Contrail is the open SDN network controller for the cloud. Juniper is partnering with best-of-breed solution and technology providers to build the best enterprise and service provider cloud architectures.

For more partner innovations with Contrail and our other software platforms, see our growing gallery of partners in our JDN program.

To join the program please see our Program Guide for SDN Technology Developer Partners and contact sdn-partner@juniper.net.

Cloud Orchestrators
  • Citrix

    Citrix CloudPlatform, powered by Apache CloudStack, is the industry’s only future-proofed, application-centric cloud solution proven to reliably orchestrate both existing enterprise workloads and cloud native workloads within a single unified cloud management platform. Starting with Citrix CloudPlatform 4.3 we're delighted to be counted in to the Citrix Cloud Partner Ecosystem as a CitrixReady Partner Solution.
    Juniper Contrail and Citrix

  • CloudScaling Technology

    Cloudscaling has partnered with Juniper to deliver software defined networking (SDN) solutions within OCS-based OpenStack clouds for enterprises and cloud service providers. Juniper Networks Contrail SDN Controller is now fully integrated with Cloudscaling OCS to enable Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networking.
    Juniper Contrail and CloudScaling

  • IBM
    IBM

    IBM is a key strategic alliance partner for Juniper Networks across many technology areas. IBM and Juniper Networks have integrated the IBM Smart Cloud Orchestrator and Juniper's Contrail SDN solution.

  • Mirantis Technology

    Mirantis is the world’s largest independent vendor of OpenStack services and technology, with over 40 successful OpenStack implementations and a bench of more than 300 infrastructure experts. Mirantis provides integration services and training to help companies succeed with production-grade OpenStack deployments.
    Juniper and Mirantis Integrate Contrail and Fuel

  • Nokia

    Nokia invests in technologies important in a world where billions of devices are connected. We are focused on three businesses: network infrastructure software, hardware and services, which we offer through Networks; location intelligence, which we provide through HERE; and advanced technology development and licensing, which we pursue through Technologies. Each of these businesses is a leader in its respective field.

    Through Networks, Nokia is the world’s specialist in mobile broadband. From the first ever call on GSM, to the first call on LTE, we operate at the forefront of each generation of mobile technology. Our global experts invent the new capabilities our customers need in their networks. We provide the world’s most efficient mobile networks, the intelligence to maximize the value of those networks, and the services to make it all work seamlessly. www.nsn.com // http://company.nokia.com

    Read more about the Nokia collaboration with Juniper.

  • Piston Cloud Computing

    Piston Cloud Computing, Inc. is a private cloud software company founded in 2011 by several of the creators of OpenStack®, including former NASA Nebula Chief Technical Architect Joshua McKenty, former Rackspace luminary Christopher MacGown and NASA Communications Director Gretchen Curtis. Our core product, Piston OpenStack™ is a software product that uses advanced systems intelligence to orchestrate an entire private cloud environment using commodity hardware.

  • RedHat

    Open technologies help companies virtualize faster. But many proprietary and so-called “open” cloud solutions aren’t compatible with existing investments. Inadequate cloud-management capabilities and rising costs are also holding back the value of virtualization. To build your cloud right, companies need proven, interoperable products that provide the control and the freedom to innovate. Together Redhat and Juniper making good on the promise of open cloud solutions.

Technology Developers
  • AudioCodes

    With over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications market, AudioCodes offers a broad range of solutions for both service provider and enterprise deployments. These solutions are built around the Company’s field-proven VoIP product range that includes session border controllers (SBC), digital and analog media gateways, IP phones, and a diverse suite of communications and management software applications. AudioCodes works jointly with Juniper Networks on providing join customers a superior Unified Communications experience with better utilization of network resources.

  • Cedexis

    “By combining Cedexis Radar and Juniper Networks Contrail, we are delivering on the SDN vision of web and mobile experiences that are uniquely optimized for actual end users. The ability to use real-time big data sets, such as Cedexis Radar real end-user telemetry to shape and control Contrail-enabled networks, will provide performance benefits for end users along with control, differentiation and costs benefits for enterprises,” said Marty Kagan, CEO of Cedexis, Inc.

  • CheckPoint

    “By integrating Check Point’s security services with Juniper Networks Contrail, our customers will have a more simplified solution that offers greater choice and flexibility in building highly secure and agile virtual networks. Check Point believes the time is right to move SDN toward widespread adoption and looks forward to participating in Juniper Networks’ SDN Technology Partner Program. Contrail’s service chaining capabilities allows our customers to automate service insertion in virtual networks to address the increasing demand for this important need.” Alon Kantor, Vice President of Business Development, Check Point Software Technologies.

  • Dorado Software

    “The integration of Dorado’s Redcell products to Juniper Network Contrail helps us support Service Providers to recognize immediate benefits from their Network Function Virtualization (NFV) initiatives by providing a predictable path to operationalizing industry-leading SDN solutions, like Contrail,” said Chris Simon, Director of Service Provider Business Unit at Dorado Software.

  • Flash Networks

    “Flash Networks is committed to delivering the best possible performance to our customers, and Juniper’s Contrail pioneering open standards-based IP solution for network as a service (NaaS) will allow us to deliver Harmony on mobile operators’ cloud-based networks, even more efficiently and cost effectively,” said Liam Galin, President and CEO of Flash Networks.

  • Gencore Systems

    “Contrail is a proven SDN architecture that enables us to rapidly deploy next-generation software-based network functions and analytics services on our Gencore Scalanytics platform. The combined use of Scalanytics and Contrail allows for more agile network infrastructures, applications, and services that react quickly to reconfigure themselves dynamically,” said Dr. Boon Thau Loo, co-founder of Gencore and Associate Professor in the Computer and Information Science department at the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Gigamon

    “Gigamon is committed to providing pervasive visibility into all networks and topologies including SDN architectures like that provided by Juniper’s Contrail platform. Operators will see greater provisioning ease and automation using Gigamon’s Visibility Fabric in conjunction with the Contrail service chaining feature. Our joint customers can look forward to greater value through this partnership to maintain traffic visibility as they evolve their networks from physical to virtual and SDN models,” said Peter Finter, Chief Marketing Officer at Gigamon.

  • Hitachi

    Hitachi Communication Technologies America, Inc., a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., provides technology for advanced wireless networks, including components for Mobile Packet Core and small cell solutions. Hitachi partners with Juniper to provide technology for the MME and SGSN functionality for Juniper’s Mobile Control Gateway as well as a 4G Small Cell Gateway for 4G small cell deployments.

  • ISC8

    “Integrating ISC8’s cybersecurity products into Contrail will help service providers dramatically speed up the deployment of virtualized networks and customized security services, while also ensuring that those deployments are secure against the most advanced and sophisticated threats,” said Bill Joll, president and CEO of ISC8. “As a Juniper Networks SDN Technology Development Partner, we look forward to helping customers keep their valuable network investments one step ahead of the always evolving security threat landscape.”

  • Lumeta

    “Juniper’s vision for SDN through the Contrail family embraces open standards-based IP solutions,” said Matt Webster, CTO at Lumeta. “We are looking forward to working with Juniper to expand options for our clients as they move to the open, cloud and virtualized network environments and to keep those clients in a state of continuous cyber situational awareness through the use of IPsonar ESI.”

  • RedHat

    “Juniper’s SDN Technology Partner Program embraces open environments and we are looking forward to working with Juniper to expand options for organizations moving to the cloud through the Red Hat OpenStack ecosystem and with Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure.” - Radhesh Balakrishnan, general manager, Virtualization, Red Hat.

  • Riverbed Technology

    “As enterprises look to move beyond SDN to implement software-defined data centers, Riverbed Stingray is well positioned to support large-scale automated ADC deployment with the Stingray Services Controller,” said Jeff Pancottine, senior vice president and general manager of Stingray. “Through the Juniper Networks SDN Technology Development Partner program, Riverbed and Juniper are working to mitigate the complexities associated with application delivery.”
    Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager Solution with Juniper Networks Contrail

  • Sandvine

    “As the only policy vendor with an announced SDN & Network Functions Virtualization [NFV] strategy for its platform, Sandvine has foreseen the need for application- and subscriber-aware feature sets in a Software-Defined Network, including Network Services Chaining. We see SDN as a means of continuing our innovation leadership into the next realm of policy control: virtualization.” said Don Bowman, Chief Technology Officer, Sandvine.

  • SevOne

    Casey Murray, Vice President of Global Strategic Alliances for SevOne, noted, “In working with the Juniper Networks Contrail solution, we address a primary concern of any customer considering the move to a SDN or Network as a Service deployment — how to leverage a SDN without losing real-time visibility of how things perform — which is the first step in quickly identifying and rectifying network service disruption.”

  • Silver Peak

    “As enterprises and service providers begin the transition to virtualized network infrastructure, Juniper’s Contrail controller will greatly simplify insertion and service chaining for solutions like Silver Peak virtual data acceleration,” said Marc Trimuschat, vice president of alliances for Silver Peak. “Silver Peak is excited to join Juniper Networks SDN Technology Development Partner Program with a focus on reduced cost and faster time to deployment for our mutual customers.”

  • Sonus Networks

    Sonus Networks, a global leader in SIP communications, is working with Juniper Network and their Contrail open SDN Controller to jointly deliver integrated solutions designed to simplify the way service providers deliver differentiated Cloud-based Unified Communications (UC) and video experiences to enterprises. The combined Sonus and Juniper solution will enable service providers to simplify network design, reduce costs and effectively monetize networks through delivery of new tiered service offers.

  • Websense

    “Software defined networking makes it easy for enterprises and service providers to deploy Websense information security and threat intelligence solutions while reducing operational costs,” said Russ Dietz, Websense CTO. “Our partnership with Juniper Networks around Contrail supports our commitment to providing agile and efficient Websense® TRITON® security to protect organizations from the latest advanced threats and data theft.”