Considerations in Selecting the Right SD-WAN Solution - The role of service providers and future planning
Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm New York / 6:00 pm London
Enterprises are being challenged by new business demands to build agile network platforms that can support digital operations and processes. The challenge for IT teams is to develop this flexible network and IT infrastructure to support a shift to cloud-centric applications while also reducing operational cost.
Enterprise IT departments need to ensure secure application delivery anywhere, with a high level of performance for critical business applications. The expectation is to provide continuous, high-quality, secure connectivity that extends out to remote sites, to mobile users, and to business partners that access applications hosted in a multicloud environment of private data centers and public software-as-a-service (SaaS).
Software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) and virtualized network functions (VNFs) hosted on commercial off-the-shelf hardware are changing the economics and the architecture of the wide-area network (WAN). These new platforms make the network more dynamic and support enterprises in managing their operations with policy-driven application security, application visibility, application-aware routing, and application performance guarantees.
In this webinar, Ovum's Rik Turner discusses considerations for enterprises choosing a SD-WAN solution, in particular when considering outsourcing SD-WAN management to a service provider, and how to future-proof those decisions.
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