Ensure your SDN and NFV deployment delivers performance, agility, and scale
Imagine knowing with certainty how virtualization would perform in your data center, cloud, or network environment. You would be able to scale without risk. You could project costs and measure efficiency. You would know which connections to monitor to prevent problems.
Ixia offers reliability testing and performance monitoring designed for the specific challenges of network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) in data center or cloud environments. From lab to live, test and monitor to verify reliability and accelerate time to revenue with confidence.
Start in the Lab. Prove in production. Time to revenue 20% faster.
Everyone wants to deploy faster, and agile development is key to making that happen. It is about creating an environment where developers can integrate their new code into a realistic environment to evaluate its stability and security functions. Getting this right can result in advancing to production 20% faster.
Ixia gives you tools for end-to-end validation of virtualization migrations to dramatically accelerate time from lab to production. By ensuring alignment with the Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) agile service development model, you can rapidly identify and resolve issues.
Benchmark the performance, security, and scale of your NFV deployment and migrate to a virtualized network confidently.
Ensure elasticity, performance, and scale of your underlay and overlay SDN infrastructure.
Ensure high performance and secure application delivery with intelligent and contextual visibility of your virtualized environment.
“We gained total visibility, a familiar management interface, and one vendor for physical and virtual architectures.”
“Ixia’s virtualization solution and VMware together solve east-west traffic invisibility and attack vulnerabilities at the hypervisor kernel level.”
“Phantom Virtual Network Tap not only preserves the value of our instrumentation layer, it’s helping us save jobs as we virtualize. These economies are enormous.”
Considering virtualization? We want to help.