Ensure, right from the start, that your applications are WAN-ready
Increasingly, applications are expected to work in Wide Area Networks, over Wireless Networks and via Satellite links so it makes sense to start the design and development of any new software in a realistic simulation of the final proposed production environment.
After all, whether your application is going to work will be strongly influenced by how much thought has been given to the network environment it is ultimately expected to operate in, and the earlier you consider this, the greater the chances of successfully developing a Network-Ready application.
The iTrinegy range of network emulators can help you ensure your application is Network-Ready.
Test WAN-readiness from your desktop
iTrinegy Network Emulator for Windows (INE for Windows) enables you to recreate the conditions of your target Windows network such as WAN, Wireless LAN, 3G, GPRS, Satellite, etc. from the desktop so that you can develop and test applications in the correct network environment. It works seamlessly with development environments such as MS Visual Studio.
Using INE for Windows early in the development life cycle will help you:
- Develop & Test New Applications in Realistic Network Conditions
- Spot Network-Related Issues Early
- Break the Endless Cycle of Application Fixes & Rewrites
- Ensure New Applications Work In Targeted Networks
- Deliver Applications On Time & Within Budget
INE for Windows comes with a large number of predefined network scenarios as well as the ability to create your own. It is designed with ease of use in mind and does not require network expertise in order to set-up and run.
What About Applications Meant to Operate in Non-Windows Environments?
In addition to INE for Windows we can supply small inline desktop network simulators (INE Nimbus and INE LCD) or more sophisticated portable/rackmount units (INE Stratus, INE Ultra and INE Enterprise) capable of creating realistic multi-segmented paths or multi-network/multi-user network environments which are completely OS agnostic.