Networks are built with fault tolerance and reliability in mind. All critical infrastructure is multi-homed and all communication endpoints have redundant paths. While you pay for this redundancy, how do you know that the network is truly fault-tolerant and the provisioned redundancy will keep the traffic going despite failures? When was the last time you checked that your backup paths worked properly?
Testing the reliability and fault tolerance of your network is a scary proposition. You have to actually inject faults (failed links, routers, etc…) in production and hope that the network recovers with minimal service impact. This risk is why such testing is done infrequently, if at all.
With Intentionet Sage, you no longer have to worry about impacting your production environment to assure yourself that your network’s design is fault tolerant. Using it, you can virtually analyze your network’s response to specific fault scenarios. Intentionet Sage can also do what is otherwise intractable -- automatically find any and all fault scenarios under which any service traffic will be adversely impacted.
You no longer have to wonder if your network is fault tolerant, you will always know that it is.