Transform a static architecture into a dynamic data center with software-defined infrastructure management.


Liqid Management & Network Grid

Liqid’s innovative software-defined infrastructure management platform disaggregates a data center’s hardware elements, and places them into resource pools to redeploy as bare-metal servers across an intelligent network fabric.

Comprehensive Management Console

The Liqid Command Center™ is the infrastructure management platform with intuitive GUI, REST API, or CLI management tools. Data center administrators can orchestrate endless configurations of bare-metal servers with powerful management features that include:

  • Fabric management software for bare-metal machine orchestration
  • Policy-based automation and dynamic provisioning of resources
  • Advanced cluster, machine, and device statistics & monitoring
  • Scalable architecture supporting high availability (HA)

Intelligent Network Fabric Switch

The Liqid Grid network fabric switch allows server components and connected devices to be instantly interconnected via PCI-Express (PCIe) or Ethernet fabric. Liqid’s intelligent fabric switching technology is ultra-low latency, intelligent and expandable to thousands of disaggregated system elements.

Comprehensive Management Console

With Liqid’s API management software and network fabric switch, together with Pogo Linux certified hardware on a corporate network – Including Western Digital, Intel, AMD and other data center technologies – composable infrastructure users can provision bare-metal environments from resource pools, including:

Top 10 Benefits of Liqid Composable Infrastructure

The modern, on-prem data center is now truly composable, disaggregated and dynamic.

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5 Reasons to Deploy a Composable Infrastructure

Hosted applications are growing faster and expanding the static architecture data center.

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Get in touch with us to learn more about how Pogo Linux composable infrastructure solutions can maximize your data center resources while minimizing its footprint.

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