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Veryx Launches SDN Controller Tester

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PHILADELPHIA -- Veryx Technologies has launched PktBlaster SDN Controller Test - a software-based test solution for performance benchmarking of SDN controllers and applications. It is an integrated test solution that emulates a real-world SDN network consisting of both the orchestration and network infrastructure layers, in a single box.

As cloud service providers and data centers across the globe plan the transition to SDN-based architectures, there is a need for scalable, automated tools which can be easily deployed. Thus, Veryx PktBlaster SDN Controller Test solution provides an ideal tool for benchmarking controllers, proof-of-concept studies, prototyping and acceptance testing." said David Charlu, CEO of Veryx Technologies. "Being software-based makes it a very attractive proposition", he added.

PktBlaster SDN Controller Test is a software-based solution that can run on Veryx hardware or any commodity hardware, and can emulate thousands of nodes, significantly reducing the need for large scale physical network infrastructure or expensive hardware for testing and benchmarking SDN controllers.

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