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Six considerations when evaluating network application test solutions

7/19/2012 03:08 PM EDT
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re: Six considerations when evaluating network application test solutions
IxiaPR   7/26/2012 5:48:00 PM
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I agree with kinnar. There are built in security measures developed with each pltform. The point here is that each infrastructure that the application is riding on is different and security settings on firelwall, IAD and UTMs can vary greatly beween each enterprise. In order to fully test the resilienccy of an application, you must test the application agaist both good and bad traffic hitting the network to find out the ultimate quality of experience for an end user.

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re: Six considerations when evaluating network application test solutions
Kinnar   7/21/2012 6:14:46 AM
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It greatly matters on which platform the networking application is designed, and most of the time it gets benefited by the security aspects of the platform.

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