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CyberFlood v22.6 and Avalanche v5.36 Released

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CyberFlood v22.6 and Avalanche v5.36 Releases

Security and Performance Testing Solutions


Spirent is pleased to announce the release of CyberFlood v22.6 and Avalanche v5.36. Both solutions bring new capabilities that expand the value and use cases for our powerful security and performance testing solutions. As content and maintenance releases, these versions cover new features, in addition to numerous critical issue resolutions.
  • CyberFlood Container (CFc) First Release
  • IPv6 Management support
  • CyberFlood AMT HTTP proxy support for Security Mix
  • SSL VPN use case realism
  • And More 
 
Release CyberFlood v22.6
Key new features  
CyberFlood Container
  • Spirent CyberFlood Container (CFc) is a flexible solution that offers proactive and realistic testing of cloud-native networks and services. The CyberFlood family now delivers scalable, realistic application workload emulation across on-premises, VM, public cloud and container environments to tune performance and user experience of content-aware cloud-native networking solutions.
  • Initially available for Open-source Kubernetes, OKD, and OpenShift with more platforms and feature coverage to follow in future releases.
IPv6 for Appliance Admin interfaces
  • In lab environments requiring IPv6 management connectivity, CyberFlood’s updated flexibility allows for either IPv4 or IPv6 addressing on the administration port
HTTP Proxy support for Security Mix
  • HTTP/S Proxy configuration is now supported for Security Mix in AMT, enabling customers to validate traffic that includes applications, attacks, and malware via a proxied environment
SSL VPN Update
  • Users can now use a FQDN hostname when creating an SSL VPN tunnel, greatly increasing test case coverage and real-world realism
Mixed Physical and Virtual ports
  • For environments using appliances and CyberFlood Virtual assets, users can now mix ports from hardware systems and virtual instances in the same queue, maximizing hybrid use cases between physical and virtual testing
And more
  • Release v22.6 contains many more user experience updates, and critical issue resolution. For the most up-to-date information, please see the latest release notes 
 
Release Avalanche v5.36
Key new Features  
IPv6 for Appliance Admin interfaces
  • In lab environments requiring IPv6 connectivity, Avalanche’s updated flexibility allows for either IPv4 or IPv6 addressing on the administration port
Administration Update
  • Allows the user to set the local time from the admin settings console to localize the time, which will make reporting timestamps more accurate
SSL VPN Update
  • Users can now use a FQDN hostname when creating an SSL VPN tunnel, greatly increasing test case coverage and real-world realism
Further Information For accessing software and new feature information, please go to the Spirent Customer Support site (support.spirent.com).

For the most up-to-date release information, please see COLT documents CyberFlood CyberFlood release notesDOC12742, and Avalanche release notes DOC12745.

Product : CyberFlood,Avalanche