Server Relocation

Enterprises around the globe rely on our products in order to understand how their applications could be affected by a server move. Virtual Test Networks can be rapidly created with the same properties and conditions as the proposed environment. Applications can be run over the VTN and the application's performance and users' experience can be verified in advance of any move. Application issues can be identified prior to the relocation enabling you to provide focused analysis to support the remediation of expected performance problems so you can be confident that you are fully prepared.

 

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Replicate the proposed conditions before migration

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Add Delay, Loss, Congestion & More

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Realistically mimic WAN environments

 


Useful Resources

Our techonology is utilized by both global enterprises and SMEs to ensure that applications do not fail due to server relocations. Read the Technical Briefing or Case-Studies below to find out more about how you too can benefit from Virtual Test Networks.

Technical Briefing
Data Center Relocation and Consolidation

A short briefing document about using Virtual Test Networks to mitigate the risk of a server relocation.

Case Study
Capita

Capita Group

Capita Group use iTrinegy's Network Emulation Technology to ensure a smooth transition when migrating computing services.


Our Products

We offer two ranges of Network Emulator products enabling you to replicate WAN conditions and environments in seconds:

  • The easy-to-use NE-ONE Network Emulator boasts rapid deployment times and does not require any specialist network knowledge.
  • The highly scalable INE Network Emulator that can create any type of network for more complex, sophisticated emulations including fully-meshed Virtual Test Networks.

Both products are available in a number of model options to meet today's demanding requirements.

 

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