The ONUG tests provide proof of concepts, feature verification, and demonstrations to ensure that the networking solutions in the virtual networks/overlays, software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN), and network services virtualization (NSV) areas deliver on the top ten requirements developed by the ONUG working groups.
The ONUG feature verification tests represent the apex of a 6-month process of monthly working group meetings used to develop the use cases and determine their top ten IT requirements and related architectural models. More importantly, the tests reflect the viability of solutions to meet the top IT requirements. These tests do not, at this time, reflect specific performance parameters or interoperability.
These ONUG SD-WAN tests were conducted in VeloCloud, now part of VMware, lab in California and audited by representatives from ONUG. VeloCloud, now part of VMware, passed 10 out of 10 ONUG SD-WAN requirements.
This document highlights each of the test, the end results, and what they mean to enterprises.