The recent Toyota safety problems remind us of the need for more thorough testing
of complicated, interconnected systems, such as computer networks. As networks
become ever more entangled in human lives, preventing problems such as Toyota's does
not only make financial sense, but also could affect our comfort, safety and health.
What if you could put your network management system through its paces like driving
a car at 500 miles per hour for years? What if you could introduce glitches into your
correlation engines like those acceleration anomalies? What if you could drive your
network around the proverbial test track not once but a million times?
With SNMP simulation you can, and if there is any pushback, just remind them of Toyota.