Route Science

Paul S. contact at winterei.se
Sun Nov 16 15:48:41 UTC 2014


There's another option called the Noction IRP.

I've been told that it's a cheaper FCP replacement.

On 11/17/2014 午前 12:42, Phil Bedard wrote:
> Didn't Avaya completely drop the old Route Science line at this point?
>
> Internap still sells their FCP appliance which does similar things and of
> course Internap has their own MIRO system they have been using for
> probably 15+ years now to optimize paths out of their own
> datacenters/colos.  Like the fellow from Border6 mentioned you can get a
> wealth of information out of the systems along with the path optimization.
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> Phil
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> On 11/16/14, 3:03 AM, "Jimmy Hess" <mysidia at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> On Sat, Nov 15, 2014 at 4:44 PM, Clayton Zekelman <clayton at mnsi.net>
>> wrote:
>>
>> I would also wonder if someone has more details about how useful and
>> good the Avaya/Routescience are in practice after significant time in
>> deployment in the real world on a large network,   were  they worth
>> whatever the price tag was  to get and maintain ?
>>
>> Oh, and how about Border6 ?    I  believe they have marketing language
>> claiming to be able to achieve some similar things,  in regards to
>> automatic path optimizations and rerouting.  :)
>>
>>>
>>> http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240046663/Google-chooses-RouteScience
>>> -Internet-technology
>> Yeah,  there are always great news stories.    But media tends to
>> exagerate things, and I think when it comes to enterprise products
>> it's strictly promotional.  When was the last time you heard a
>> followup news story on one of those sorts of things 1yr later about
>> BigCo dropped "Vendor X" product because they felt it's no longer
>> worth it,  the savings were less than expected and did not exceed the
>> cost of the product,  the actual thing fell short of marketing claims,
>> or didn't actually work out so well, etc, etc.
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> -JH



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