Benchmarking Methodology for Network Security Device Performance
draft-balarajah-bmwg-ngfw-performance-05

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Abstract

This document provides benchmarking terminology and methodology for next-generation network security devices including next-generation firewalls (NGFW), intrusion detection and prevention solutions (IDS/ IPS) and unified threat management (UTM) implementations. The document aims to strongly improve the applicability, reproducibility, and transparency of benchmarks and to align the test methodology with today's increasingly complex layer 7 application use cases. The main areas covered in this document are test terminology, traffic profiles and benchmarking methodology for NGFWs to start with.

Authors

Balamuhunthan Balarajah (balarajah@eantc.de)
Carsten Rossenhoevel (cross@eantc.de)

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