Micro Focus Network Virtualization Reviews

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IT And Digital Platform Manager at Exemplas
Jun 18 2017

What is most valuable?

The most valuable features are flexibility and scalability.

How has it helped 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… more»

What needs improvement?

I can’t specifically think of any needed improvements at the moment.

If you previously used a different solution, which one did you use and why did you switch?

We realized that our technology was essentially out of date and that we needed to move towards a virtual environment. So we needed to invest in… more»

What other advice do I have?

They'll be restricted by their legal requirements in terms of what they can actually do in order to source, but I would strongly recommend they… more»


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What is Micro Focus Network Virtualization?

Micro Focus Network Virtualization (NV) software enables you to capture and emulate real-world network conditions, so you can use real production data into your performance testing, and along with its powerful NV Analytics, it allows you to quickly detect and resolve performance bottlenecks before deployment. Or simply said, NV empowers you to release high quality apps by accurately testing and optimizing them for all network conditions. First, NV will discover and capture live network performance conditions, such as latency, packet loss, bandwidth and jitter and then it will test the application against the captured conditions to see how various networks affect the application's performance. Then NV will analyze results and gain insight into the root cause of the performance bottlenecks to ensure that the rolled out application is optimized for target network performance.

Also known as
Shunra, HPE Network Virtualization

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