iTrinegy Software Defined Test Networks
Replicate Complete Cloud Networks
A Software Defined-Test Network allows you to create the same cloud based network experiences in which to test drive applications under varying performance levels helping you to increase the accuracy of your testing and make informed decisions before making any commitment:
- Run your real applications over one or more test networks to predict cloud performance across a highly-distributed application infrastructure
- Identify the type of network conditions that impact application performance
- Repeat tests time and time again
- Determine which cloud providers meet your requirements
Solutions matched to your Cloud Testing Needs, Knowledge & Environment
iTrinegy Software Defined Test Network products are designed to meet your cloud testing needs:
The Right Test Set-Up
Whether you need to test cloud topologies which are simple point-to-point, hub-and-spoke or meshed there will be an iTrinegy product to meet your need. Private, public and hybrid test networks can all be created to mimic the real-world scenario.
The Right Product for Your Level of Expertise
Whatever level of network knowledge you have, there will be an iTrinegy product that you will feel comfortable using.
The Right Product for Your IT Environment
Create cloud network experiences in your existing data center using powerful rack-mount appliances or deploy portable desktop units on-premise near to your users. For Virtual infrastructures we have a range of downloadable virtual appliances so that you can create cloud network conditions within the hypervisor.
Example Use Case
Microsoft Azure Cloud Migration Pre-Deployment Testing
The company would like to move applications hosted in the Madrid Data Center but they are concerned about networked application perfomance as there isn’t a local Azure region and the applications will be hosted further away from the users.
Change the network conditions centrally for each site or group of users so that they can experience how their applications will perform in the Azure UK and Switzerland regions. It must be possible to quickly disable the test networks should application performance be unacceptable.
Install the NE-ONE X2 Network Emulator at the Madrid DC so that it is inline as a bridge between the remote sites and servers. Use the NE-ONE’s multi-link feature to create three test networks and assign to each site using the site’s IP Address. Dynamically disable the test networks should the performance be unacceptable using the NE-ONE’s Web GUI.