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Cumulus launched a Linux OS for bare-metal switches this week. We spoke to CEO J.R. Rivers about how this platform will affect network operations.
Cumulus Networks uses Linux as an operating system for bare-metal switches that are cheaper and easier to automate than traditional switching.
A Web app company running on a Linux operating system may find that growth will spur a change in the open source OS it runs on its servers.