Creating or migrating applications to cloud based servers means adding lots of variable network conditions between client and server.
While applications may run perfectly on a LAN at corporate headquarters, network conditions over the WAN, including bandwidth constraints, latency, jitter and packet loss, can bring an application to a screeching halt for users on the other side of the world.
By replicating the real-world network in the lab, WAN emulators are an invaluable tool to validate your applications performance under a wide range of network conditions.
Find out how you can quickly set up a test network at your office to test responsiveness for clients around the world. This test network will also help you decide how much WAN bandwidth is required and which vendors’ products to select.
Is your Observer Analyzer installed on a laptop and stuck in a cupboard somewhere? Observer is a very powerful tool, but if you only use after a problem has occurred it won’t have captured the all-important data.
Attend this webinar to learn how to make the most out of your existing Observer Analyzer investment by augmenting it with retrospective analysis, allowing the easy identification and remediation of annoying network niggles.
Learn how to:
Deploy Observer for continuous data capture
Rewind back to important network events
Diagnose root causes of network performance issues
We asked a graduate of the Ekahau Certified Survey Engineer (ECSE) training course what he wanted to get out of the course, what he learnt and how it will help in the real world, and who would benefit most from attending.