IxNetwork is a comprehensive network infrastructure performance testing solution. It scales to handle most powerful devices and largest networks, from routing and switching to data center ethernet and software defined networking.
PROBLEM: NETWORK COMPLEXITIES PUT PERFORMANCE TO THE TEST
Organizations have long tested their networks for scale and performance. But as networks become increasingly complex, so do the challenges of ensuring peak network performance and resiliency. Forget about simply testing for sluggish response times: The right testing tool must now assess complex network topologies with thousands of network devices, emulate sophisticated traffic flows, and conduct stress tests under countless scenarios and network conditions.
SOLUTION: A RELIABLE TEST SYSTEM FOR COMPLEX AND UNPREDICTABLE NETWORKS
IxNetwork delivers performance testing under the most challenging conditions. Capable of generating multiple terabytes of data and analyzing up to 4 million traffic flows simultaneously, IxNetwork scales to handle the most powerful devices and the largest networks. With its enhanced real-time analysis and statistics, this powerful solution emulates everything from routing and switching, Data Center Ethernet and Software Defined Networking to Broadband Access and Industrial Ethernet for comprehensive testing. And graphical user interface (GUI) wizards make it easier for IT teams to meet a wide range of performance requirements with minimal resources.
* Offers test coverage from 1G to 400G Ethernet
* Provides comprehensive protocol coverage for routing/switching, multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), broadband access, industrial Ethernet (IE), data center networking, and software-defined networking (SDN)
* Generates traffic flows that mimic realistic user applications and scenarios
* Works smoothly in virtualized network environments, and runs from any commercially available compute environment
* Delivers end-to-end test system automation
* Performs rapid isolation of service violations, including thorough traffic-flow analysis