Benchmark and score your cloud infrastructure
Ultimate cloud infrastructure scoring tool
Features & benefits
Baseline your Cloud infrastructures, compare and contrast multiple Clouds like OpenStack, VMware, and AWS
Reference score driven by industry standard benchmarking tests to measure the performance impact of Cloud infrastructure
Regular health checks of pre- and post-infrastructure upgrade, and ongoing optimization of multiple clouds
Score your cloud
With Spirent CloudScore you can compare and contrast the health of multiple cloud instances–private, public or hybrid. It allows you to perform comprehensive analysis on baselining and benchmarking various cloud deployments across OpenStack, VMware and AWS.
Benchmark your cloud
Spirent CloudScore is able to test different workloads and traffic models to assess existing Cloud deployments, which allows you to perform comparative benchmarking of alternative configurations to monitor the health of an existing Cloud infrastructure or define the right infrastructure.
Award-winning cloud benchmarking solution
Spirent CloudScore is all about giving the ability to make changes and compare the health of multiple Cloud infrastructures. Learn why Spirent CloudScore received a special prize award at Interop Tokyo, Best of the Show.
How it works
Spirent CloudScore performs a series of highly complex benchmarking tests—both short and long-duration to run in a designated tenant space within a virtualized infrastructure. The test cases include Compute, Network, Storage, Memory, Application and Services—such as LMbench, SPEC CPU 2006, Storage FIO, IPSL Sip, Cloud API performance. The test agents are automatically orchestrated and a Cloud reference score is created along with a detailed report on how to optimize the infrastructure so you can improve the score when you re-run the same tests.
Achieve virtual and cloud infrastructure readiness
Automate your test environment
Eliminate the repetitiveness of standard tests with Spirent’s automation solutions designed around Best Practices so once a test is created it can be reused saving time in automating future tests.