HP Network Virtualization…. As Easy as 1 – 2 – 3!

123 blocks.jpgNetwork Virtualization. Whenever I hear those two words, my blood gets pumping just thinking about all it can do. It provides users with the unique ability to get accurate and repeatable results from their tests by including network conditions. Along with Service Virtualization, it is a sector within software development that is quickly gaining steam as more and more organizations are realizing the value of these capabilities.

 

We at HP pride ourselves in being the leader in the Lifecycle Virtualization space. To address the rising importance of NV and SV, we are introducing a new blog series over the course of the next few weeks revolving around HP Network Virtualization and all that it affects. Through this series of learning and discovery, you will see exactly what HP’s offering of Lifecycle Virtualization encompasses, the value add of HP NV, how it increases ROI of existing investments as well as some step by step demos of how it works.

 

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So, I invite you join me over the next few weeks as we dive into the ins and outs of HP Network Virtualization. By the end of it, you’ll see that NV is as simple as 1-2-3!

 

To make sure you don’t miss any part of the series, be sure to follow us on Twitter @hploadrunner and follow our blog for all the latest updates. To get a head start, you can learn more about HP Network Virtualization and HP Service Virtualization at the homepage here.

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