SD-WAN: Bringing Scale, Agility and Robustness to Enterprise Networks

SD-WAN : WAN technology, has evolved significantly over the last decade, with new products, new technology and new business models. However, of late, the dynamics of business have changed so fast that trusted networking applications, technologies and approaches are under significant pressure to adapt and evolve.

Today’s enterprises have a completely different architecture as compared to businesses a decade ago. There is a much greater propensity towards automation and digitization, with a view to improve speed and performance. The availability of a wide range of technology options, both within the enterprise as well as on the cloud, allows enterprises to optimize almost every part of the business, including supply chain, HR, marketing, finance, procurement, training, customer support, payments, risk management, etc.

The digitization of business models (e.g. e-commerce, online banking, supply chain analytics, big data) etc. has brought in new levels of agility, and traditional businesses are under pressure to stay in tune with the changing market.

This is where geographically distributed businesses need to develop stronger network capabilities. To meet changing business needs, traditional architectures, components and deployment models for Wide Area Networks (WAN) are undergoing a transformative shift. With Software Defined Networking (SDN) concepts at its core, Software Defined WAN, or SD-WAN, is emerging as a much more robust, scalable and cost-effective way to deploy and manage a WAN across geographically distributed branches or enterprises. Read more from our white paper

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