With an unprecedented number of people around the globe working from home, we have hurriedly become reliant on tele and video conferencing apps and, very often, need to access critical applications.
Ideally we need minimum disruption to service, so how can we enable this technology shift to achieve this?
In the past when applications under perform, the network is often at the centre of most of these problems and a simple fix would be to throw more bandwidth at it. But due to demand for services and applications, this may no longer be the answer.
Where do we go from here?
Testing is paramount to ensure network performance is at its optimum. WAN emulators such as Calnex’s SNE allow networking teams to model repeatable, accurate, real-world network conditions to truly determine end user experience. And since they are lab tools they are removed from the production network so there is no disruption to service.
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In Summary, WAN emulators provide insights into how devices, services & applications will perform under a wide range of network conditions. They help organisations plan and troubleshoot even worst-case scenarios.
So whether facing a global crisis or at any other time you can plan, test and prepare your organisation’s readiness for all circumstances.