Virtual Environment For Networking Testing And Design (2012)

By Judy Beningson, Colby Barth, Brendan Hayes, Juniper Networks, Inc.

This paper describes the use of virtual environments for the testing, design and modeling of networks. This paper will also explain the architecture and technology behind these virtual networking environments, and will highlight two real world use cases.

The paper will also cover the benefits and limitations for cloud-based network modeling and testing to help operators determine the best uses.

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