real-time traffic engineering/management solutions
kemp at network-services.uoregon.edu
Wed Jun 4 18:12:04 UTC 2014
I believe ThousandEyes would be
On 6/4/14 10:39 AM, Paul S. wrote:
> Two 'established' options are,
> 0. Noction IRP (As mentioned)
> 1. Internap FCP
> Everyone appears to either be using one of these, or have gone full
> On 6/4/2014 午後 10:52, Tassos Chatzithomaoglou wrote:
>> I'm having a look at real-time traffic engineering/management
>> solutions that include visibility/analysis/control and offer the
>> following basic characteristics:
>> 1) take into account
>> * links utilization/threshold/deviation
>> * link price
>> * packet delay/loss
>> * physical/logical topology
>> 2) and offer real-time automatic ingress/egress traffic adjustment using
>> * netconf & bgp to change localpref/med/aspath/community
>> attributes (mandatory)
>> * SDN/Openflow/I2RS/PCEP technologies (optional)
>> 3) considering only IP traffic (MPLS can be optional), especially on
>> external links used for peering and transit by tier-1/2 providers.
>> Do you have any personal experience regarding the above features?
>> From my personal search Cisco offers Quantum/WAE (inc MATE) which
>> seem very limited in real-time functionality and Huawei offers RR+
>> which seems interesting but unknown to many people (and maybe not
>> compatible with all vendor routers).
>> Any other idea or commercial option? Offline answers would be good too.
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