The Industry’s most complete software-defined network fabric for cloud
Solutions for the data center
Data centers are at a breaking point. HP FlexFabric offers a new architectural approach that provides simplified, scalable and automated connectivity for virtualized compute, storage and cloud through a common fabric - delivering end-end software-defined network services in the data center.
HP FlexFabric implements various technologies and standards to enable data centers with the agility needed for business requirements of cloud, virtualization and big data.
FlexFabric solution: Simplified, scalable and automated
Intelligent Resilient Framework
Overcome the limitations of legacy spanning tree designs by providing rapid failover for delay-sensitive, mission-critical applications and dramatically improving network utilization and performance in the network core.
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The HP Virtual Application Networks strategy embraces software defined networks to deliver on its three key principles; application characterization, network abstraction and automated orchestration. Read the white paper
Data Center Interconnect (DCI)
As a part of Data Center Interconnect, HP Ethernet Virtual Interconnect provides layer 2 VLAN extensions between data centers to simplify VM mobility between data centers. EVI can also be used with HP Multitenant Device Context (MDC) to allow customers to virtualize physical networking platforms into up to four virtual switches. Read the fact sheet
Explore the FlexFabric solution
Learn about the individual FlexFabric components and how they are deployed.
HP FlexFabric delivering simplicity, scale and automation to the data center
HP FlexFabric 2013 Announcement Summary Video
FlexFabric Vision & Strategy Video
How HP FlexFabric and SDN Work Together Video
HP FlexFabric 5900AF Switch Series (EVB/VEPA Support) Video
HP FlexFarbic 12900 Switch Series Video
HP HSR 6800 Router Series Video
HP FlexFabric 11900 Switch Series Series Video
Simplifying IT with Virtual Application Networks
HP FlexFabric – the future of Data Center Networking