Spirent Communications, announced today a new platform that allows companies to manage all their testing needs from anywhere, using any device. Spirent Temeva, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for network and cloud testing, initially offers three web-based applications covering everything from network traffic testing and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) infrastructure benchmarking to cloud performance and capacity planning.
Temeva seeks to solve several challenges that businesses face today when selecting testing tools to validate next-generation network and virtualized infrastructures. Users have to manage multiple vendors’ software and licensing schemes and the resulting mix of applications becomes cumbersome and expensive to access, share, and maintain. Often test results are disjointed, making it difficult to identify trends and correlations.
The new Temeva platform seeks to provide companies with a browser-based platform to tackle these challenges. It claims to automatically stores all test configurations, data, and reports in a secure repository. This repository can be accessed from anywhere, with any device through a web-based portal, where test metrics can be transformed into analyses and scored. Temeva features an intuitive dashboard that inventories all purchased applications and licenses so administrators can easily manage usage and make intelligent future purchasing decisions. Test reports are scored with Pass or Fail grades providing network answers in a matter of minutes to identify the root cause of network problems and validate your Service-Level Agreements (SLAs).
“Businesses have enough challenges when integrating modern cloud and network infrastructure into their environments. They shouldn’t have to deal with these challenges when testing and validating it,” said Abhitesh Kastuar, general manager of Spirent Communications. “Temeva addresses these pain points and delivers a single, unified, SaaS platform to enable businesses easy access and management of all the applications and methodologies they need for measuring the performance and scale of their networks and clouds.”