Edge Infrastructure

Looking to prototype, build, manage and monitor edge computing infrastructure for your digital transformation initiative?


eFabric® is proprietary software and SaaS that integrates best-of-breed open source technologies to deliver an easy to use, deploy, monitor and manage edge infrastructure solution. eFabric solutions can be customized and delivered turnkey for enterprise customers.


Zero Management Overhead

No overhead of management servers and databases

Complete Lifecycle Support

Full lifecycle support for edge applications

Quick to POV and Scale

Get started in a matter of minutes and not weeks

Customizable Modern UX

Modern user experience for administrators and end-users

eFabric® Control Plane

eFabric® control plane runs in the cloud and enables easy provisioning, orchestration, management, monitoring and analytics for data plane instances around the world. It allows automatic placement of operating systems images and application workloads using a simple, secure and modern UX

Quick Start

Onboard in the order of minutes and start realizing the benefits of your cloud infrastructure


Multi-tenancy support for provisioning cloud infrastructure for various departments or clients.


Bank-grade encrypted channel for remotely configuring and managing your applications and users


Monitoring physical machines, virtual infrastructure, user activity and workloads.

Easy Onboarding

Add other administrators and end-users in seconds to get them onboarded.


Self-service for infrastructure administrators, tenant administrators and end-users


Life-cycle orchestration for servers, virtual machines, OS images, and application workloads.


Know the overall consumption, capacity constraints and tenant chargebacks

eFabric® Data Plane

eFabric® data plane virtualizes physical compute, storage and network resources using proven enterprise-grade hypervisors and best-of-breed open source technologies. Data plane instances running anywhere in the world are securely managed through the control plane.


Physical compute resources are virtualized using enterprise-grade hypervisor


Physical disks on the servers are virtualized into distributed block storage and object storage


Physical network resources are virtualized into logical VLANs, firewalls and load balancers