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Network virtualization can help us to create a new type of network. You can do something really different. You can create public clouds for your private applications from your data centers. You can offer something really new, customized, and... more»
This solution allows us to offer a solution for the application, including all the things they need. This is a complete package, including the network with the sub-netting and the security with micro-segmentation with load balancing. A long... more»
One of the really good options of the SDN on DCN is the micro-segmentation. I would like to see it act more like a real firewall. You can use micro-segmentation, but you still need little VM firewalls to do complex filtering. If you could do... more»
Depicting the real user experience using an emulation rather than a simulation, that's one of the key points. The second is, we were able to reduce a lot of hardware calls where we used to have load generators across the globe.
We are able to use real-world scenarios from the global libraries with Network Virtualization pool support. It goes through about 1.3 billion libraries on any scenario, any bandwidth, and any network condition you could think of. It also... more»
They need to go beyond what they are doing right now and look at streaming capabilities because a lot of news organizations, a lot of media and entertainment companies, need a lot of streaming support. Network Virtualization needs to work... more»
What do you think of Micro Focus Network Virtualization?
The most valuable features are flexibility and scalability.
• Improvements to My Organization
It allows us to update our infrastructure. We're moving out of a period of lack of investment into a period of investment, so it is allowing us to bring everything up-to-date; it essentially gives us the tools to do that.
• Room for Improvement
I can’t specifically think of any needed improvements at the moment.
• Stability Issues
Stability is fine, as far as I can tell.
• Scalability Issues
We haven’t had experience with scale yet. We're looking to scale out over the next year or so.
• Customer Service and Technical Support
Technical support is generally excellent.
• Previous Solutions
We realized that our technology was essentially out of date...