VXLAN Testing with Aticara
Aticara facilitates functional and performance testing of Vxlan Gateways both physical and virtual by generating Vxlan traffic which represent multi-tenant application sharing L2/L3 infrastructure.
Aticara can surround the Vxlan gateway and generate traffic representing several hundred thousand virtual machine generating Vxlan encapsulated traffic.
Advanced Stateful Pcap Replay with Aticara
Traffic replay is a traditional and effective technique used to emulate real word traffic. Since the recorded traffic used for replay has various protocols, packet sizes, Inter Frame Gap (IFG), Inter Burst Gap (IBG). Recorded traffic has been used for ages to reproduce customer issues in the lab..
There are a lot of open source replay tools available e.g. Tcpreplay, tcpliveplay, Trex and tons of very expensive FPGA based commercial tools.
But still QA Engineers and Network Engineers find it a nightmare to replay voluminous network capture t hey receive from their customers to replicate crash or bug in the lab.
Testing App-Aware Networks & NGFW/IPS/IDS/DPI
Deployment of app aware infrastructure brings capabilities such as deep packet inspection, managing traffic, security and QoS. However testing app-aware network is challenging, as it requires emulation of realistic payload to emulate actual application traffic on your network..
Is your Network ready for App Explosion?
Aticara is a completely software based and virtualized traffic simulator which can run on Commercial Off the Shelf Hardware (COTS) and can generate line rate traffic both state full and stateless.
Platform: Commercial Off The Shelf Server
Supported Hyervisors: ESX, KVM, Openstack
Supported Speeds: 1 /2.5/5/10/25/40/50/100 Gbps
Aticara offers tri-speed 25/50/100 Gbps as well as dual speed 10/40 Gbps Ethernet Test solutions.
Testing Service Function Chaining With Aticara
Service Function Chaining provides the ability to define an ordered list of network services (e.g., Firewall, NAT, QoS). These services are then stitched together in the network to create a service chain.
A service function chain defines an ordered set of abstract service functions and orderingconstraints that must be applied to packets and/or frames and/orflows selected as a result of classification. An example of an abstract service function is "a firewall". The implied order