Infrastructure

SD-WAN

 Software Defined Wide Area Network

A Business First Networking Model for Today & the Future

WAN's reliance on a manual, multi-router technology has evolved into an infrastructure that can intelligently manage a cloud-mobile-hybrid network. Today, geographically distributed enterprises have abandoned the traditional router-based network aproach and embraced Software-Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WANs), resulting dramatically lower costs, increased agility and enhanced business productivity.

Traditional WANS were not architected for today's dynamic, internet-based environment where applications are typically distributed across multiple locations and multiple clouds, and users must be able to access them from any device and from anywhere.  Taking traffic from the branch to HQ to the internet and then back again, in a typical hub & spoke architecture,  just doesn’t make sense in today's world where data may be stored in several different locations across the region.  The traditional router-based networking approaches weren’t designed for this agile cloud era, complicating the task of connecting users to applications.  

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