We are proud to announce ByteBlower 2.0, a major software upgrade that brings important new features to the ByteBlower server, GUI and API.
When talking about throughput, all sorts of numbers get tossed around. However, it is crucial to clarify what data you are talking about when demonstrating and comparing values. What’s included, and what’s not?
Excentis has released ByteBlower 2.0 GUI and server. It's a major update that brings many new features.
TCP is an old protocol. Its original RFC dates back from 1981. Over time it has been tweaked and tuned in order to keep up with ever increasing demands. In this post I describe how one small tweak can make a big change in performance when using TCP on a 10Gbit Ethernet link.
Excentis supports CableLabs DOCSIS 3.1 interops with ByteBlower for traffic generation.
The brand new ByteBlower 2200 has 8 line-rate 1 Gbit interfaces supporting up to 384 ports.
Excentis has released ByteBlower 2.1 GUI, server and API.
This blog post shows how to use the Dashing framework to build custom web-based dashboards to monitor the progress of ByteBlower traffic tests. With real-time graphs and gauges you can keep an eye on what's happening during your tests, regardless if you're running them from one or more test scripts or ByteBlower GUI instances.