With Fabric Topology

A new feature in the MidoNet Manager provides correlation of the overlay with current and historical events happening in the underlay. View real-time visualization of the fabric topology in relation to the logical switches and routers, the connectivity scheme about the virtual and physical switch ports in the underlay. Receive a level of insights into the events potentially causing network issues or failures.


Multi-Cloud Connectivity. A router peering feature enables overlay connectivity between multiple sites where OpenStack is deployed, e.g. between sites #1 and #2, with VXLAN tunneling. Reduces control traffic and avoids broadcast storms, all without having to implement constant backup procedures unlike other disaster recovery scenarios.


Flow Tracing and Flow History Analysis. Receive insights into the current and historical flows through physical hosts, virtual bridges and routers traversed, every security group policy applied for easier troubleshooting and proactive network performance management.


Flow History, including past flows, providing a complete view of historical flows through physical hosts and virtual routers and bridges for easier troubleshooting in order to improve network performance.


Top Usage Reports, providing cloud operators with visibility into network consumption ranked by highest tenant usage. Monitoring usage by tenant is helpful for organizations implementing Network-as-a-Service for showback or chargeback scenarios.


Traffic Counters, providing operators with the ability to monitor bandwidth and examine the load on virtual objects in real-time. Identify bandwidth abuse and proactively address issues that may affect network performance.


Port mirroring, allowing users to mirror any device including: ports, bridges and routers and output, onto a deep-packet inspection firewall or intrusion detection system (IDS). Proactively monitor virtual networks and detect anomalies before any harm can be done.

“As customers worldwide begin to deploy network virtualization, it’s more important than ever to keep operational capabilities into consideration so that they can succeed. The fact that Midokura has recognized these needs and introduced MEM Insights capabilities into its new Midokura Enterprise MidoNet 5.0 offering is an important step.”
—Dan Conde, Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group



Data-driven network monitoring

Examine the load on the virtual network in real time. Monitor network consumption at the tenant level. Simplify troubleshooting with relevant data.


End to end operational control

Visually communicate details about the state of the virtual network for any operational facets of interest. Get all your answers to all your questions related to traffic flows, network health and performance.


Programmable Virtual Networking

Deploy network services at ease. Provides single hop virtual networking and network service provisioning atop physical networks in a matter of seconds.


Massively Distributed Architecture

Inbound and outbound traffic handling with distributed gateways. Move more and more of the network intelligence to the edge for unmatched performance and resiliency.


Tightly Integrated Cloud Orchestration

Overcomes shortcomings in OpenStack Neutron by replacing the default Open vSwitch (OVS) plugin with MidoNet.


360* Degree Network Management

Global View of all network constructs such as BGP, bridges, chains, load balancers, routers, tenants, tunnel zones and VTEPs in MidoNet Manager UI. Tightly integrated with OpenStack Horizon for single pane of glass operations.

We are delighted to add Midokura Enterprise MidoNet to our OpenStack-based cloud service. With MEM Insights, we have complete visibility into our cloud’s network infrastructure. This level of advanced analytics makes it easier for us to deliver consistent service levels to our customers.”
— Kohei Sudo, CEO
S2 Inc. Ltd.


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