Packet Design's Route Explorer Integrated With Juniper Networks Junosphere Lab

Packet Design has integrated its Route Explorer route analytics solution with the Juniper Networks® Junosphere™ Lab cloud-based service, giving Juniper customers a way to visualize and analyze complex Layer 3 routed networks created in the Junosphere virtual environment.

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We are excited to expand our partnership with Packet Design, and to bring Route Explorer’s powerful network visualization and analysis capabilities to Junosphere Lab users.

Santa Clara, Calif. (PRWEB) October 04, 2011

Packet Design has integrated its Route Explorer route analytics solution with the Juniper Networks® Junosphere™ Lab cloud-based service, giving Juniper customers a way to visualize and analyze complex Layer 3 routed networks created in the Junosphere virtual environment.

Route Explorer provides real-time, network-wide Layer 3 visibility across an enterprise or service provider's IP/MPLS/VPN network, delivering an intuitive graphical view of control plane operation, including IP forwarding paths, RSVP-TE tunnels and Layer 3 VPN services. Integration with Junosphere will allow users to see a real-time topology map of their virtual network, monitor routing changes, perform in-depth analyses, including the ability to rewind network event history, and graphically depict what-if scenarios for failure analysis or to understand the impact of changes before they are deployed. Route Explorer functionality is provided free of charge to Junosphere Lab users.

Judy Beningson, vice president and general manager, Virtual Junos Business Unit at Juniper Networks , said, “We are excited to expand our partnership with Packet Design, and to bring Route Explorer’s powerful network visualization and analysis capabilities to Junosphere Lab users. Route Explorer will give users of our ground-breaking cloud-based service additional flexibility, allowing our customers to easily visualize and analyze complex networks.”

Jeff Raice, Packet Design's executive vice president of marketing and business development, said, "We are delighted to offer Route Explorer's powerful visualization, analysis and modeling capabilities, which will further enhance the ease, flexibility and cost-effectiveness delivered by Junosphere Lab. Junosphere users will be able to access the rich feature set that is utilized by nearly 500 Route Explorer customers across the globe, including many of the world's largest service providers, enterprises and government agencies. The integration of our technology with Junosphere is yet another validation of the value provided by our route analytics solutions. Packet Design is excited about the opportunity to promote our solutions to Juniper's world-wide customer base by making them available to Junosphere customers."

About Packet Design, Inc.
Packet Design, Inc., pioneered the field of route analytics and is the leading supplier of network appliances that provide routing-layer visibility into IP networks. The company's products create an accurate layer 3 topology map, analyze routing events, and provide a unique end-to-end, "path-aware" view of network traffic (including MPLS-VPN customer traffic), letting network engineers quickly pinpoint network problems and accurately model changes. Packet Design solutions help manage networks in hundreds of organizations, including many of the world's largest service providers, global enterprises (financial, retail pharmaceutical and other firms), government agencies and educational institutions.

Packet Design was founded in 2003 by serial entrepreneur and former Cisco Chief Technology Officer Judy Estrin and former Cisco Chief Scientist Van Jacobson. For more information, visit http://www.packetdesign.com.

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