SDx (read as Software-defined Everything) essentially encapsulates any/all software-defined elements within a given infrastructure. SDDC is software defined datacenter that typically integrates software defined storage and networking solutions in a given physical realm. One of the most obvious benefits of SDx includes its capability to deliver the entire computing Infrastructure as a Service.
SDS or Software Defined Storage
SDS sits right above the physical layer and governs how virtualized infrastructure could connect and utilize physical storage. We offer SDS services across the stack.
Having worked with GPFS, CephFS distributed file systems, we also developed and sustained parts of Lustre File system. Our understanding of the storage and distributed file system integrations makes us highly competent in monitoring such complex systems.
SDN or Software Defined Network
MSys has a good understanding of SDN openflow controller architecture, Sflow and ipfix protocols for developing value added services like traffic management, traffic shaping etc.
We have worked with high speed networking protocols at L2/L3.
We have experience with overlay networks predominantly used in virtualized environments.
Our expertise with Openvswitch (vxlans), flannel, weave together, forming the basis of openshift/kubernetes cluster deployments.
MSys also has expertise with DPI (deep packet inspection), deep packet/protocol analysis and system development of network elements on commodity hardware (NFV).
SDDC or Software Defined Datacenter
As a part of SDDC offerings, ISVs leverage our expertise across the stack.