People need information on any device over any network. How can you be sure that your app will work optimally on all of them? Check out this video to see how you can get an easier and more accurate process to test and optimize your applications with HPE Network Virtualization software.
Discover and Capture
Discover and capture live network performance conditions—such as latency, packet loss, bandwidth limitation and jitter—and recreate those conditions for network performance testing.
Virtualization and Test
Test application performance against real-world network performance conditions to see how network performance affects application performance well ahead of deployment by using network virtualization.
Analysis and Optimization
Analyze results and gain insight into the root cause of network performance bottlenecks by using performance testing and performance engineering software to ensure that the rolled out application is optimized for target network performance.
Excessive network latency or packet loss doesn’t just make your app respond slower, it can also cause the application to behave erratically or even fail outright. Most web and mobile apps are sensitive to the impact of the network—their behavior and scalability change over different network conditions. Find out how to control and optimize for any type of network.
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First impressions are not that important but they are the ones that last. Use our network virtualization software and see what is affecting your user’s experience. Deploy the custom recommendations and optimize your app to ensure that you deliver amazing user experience. Simply register, enter your website URL, and within minutes receive precise and actionable analysis that shows you how your app is behaving under different network conditions.
If you need to justify the investment in network testing software, all you need to do is calculate the cost of failure in production. By not emulating real-world network conditions during your performance testing, you are very likely to get failure(s) in production. Fixing the problem is more costly than minimizing or even eliminating it before deployment.