Network simulation offers an efficient, cost-effective way to analyze application and network performance, identify potential problems, understand the root cause, and assess alternative mitigation strategies. For best results, the analysis should leverage an at-scale, accurate model of the network and the operating environment.
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Wireless network simulation offers an efficient, cost-effective way to assess how a network will behave under different operating conditions. For analysts and planners to derive maximum benefits, the results generated by the simulation must accurately reproduce the behavior of the physical network. This accuracy directly depends on the fidelity of the model, i.e., how closely the model represents the characteristics of the network and the operational environment.
The SCALABLE CEO Blog Series continues the important discussion around cyber resilience and cyber security today, with a piece authored by SCALABLE CEO Dr. Rajive Bagrodia. Bagrodia discusses the emergence of threats for cyber-physical systems and a proposed strategy to mitigate security breaches to the system. Stay tuned to the SCALABLE Tuesday Talk Blog Series for a continuous stream of valuable information in the areas of network simulation, cybersecurity, and predictable communications.
Network digital twins offer an efficient, cost-effective way to assess how a network will behave under different operating conditions. For example, consider the enterprise network for a bank which consists of manned teller stations, ATMs, web-portal for customer access on the frontend and a network of primary and backup servers at the backend which process a large volume of transactions 24 hours a day.
Last week, we introduced our new series on Network Simulation where we took a look at the meaning of Network Simulation, and how it can help organizations of all kinds optimize performance and network management. This week, we will continue with Part 2 of this series by taking a look at “What is Network Simulation” as well exploring the requirements that it must follow to be a useful tool for operators.
Following on the trail of the successful CEO Blog Series on Predictable Communications, authored by SCALABLE CEO Dr. Rajive Bagrodia, SCALABLE Networks kicks off the new year with a fresh new series of informative blog posts. The SCALABLE Tuesday Talk Blog Series offers a continuous stream of valuable information in the areas of network simulation, cybersecurity, and predictable communications. This next series takes a closer look at the meaning of Network Simulation, and how it can help organizations of all kinds optimize performance and network management.