77 Energy, Freedom Pay and Kindred Healthcare share SD-WAN case studies with PacketPushers (ONUG 2016)
Live From New York at ONUG Fall 2016
Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks in a live recording with:
- Kindred Healthcare: Kyle Alexander, Sr. Network Engineer and Eric Murray, Network Engineer
- 77 Energy: Gant Estes, Network Architect & Jarin Dykstra, Sr. Networking Manager
- Freedom Pay: Nick Phelps, Consulting Engineer
SD-WAN technology has matured to reach large-scale deployments in multiple industries. During the ONUG conference in fall 2016, multiple Viptela customers came together to discuss their SD-WAN strategy and solution execution. The analyst duo, Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks, of Packet Pushers had an in-depth discussion with three enterprises to understand their technical and business reasons for the migration. They also uncovered the operational due diligence needed for migrating from MPLS to SD-WAN.
- Feature requirements for an Enterprise Grade SD-WAN
- Addressing Healthcare with a comprehensive security framework
- Achieving SLAs on critical traffic with a hybrid infrastructure
- Traffic engineering based on traffic type and link quality
- Seamless LTE integration with MPLS and Broadband
- Global policy enforcement with centralized management
- Utilizing End to end network segmentation reducing network attack surface
- Service chaining for flexible security and policy
Ethan Banks has been managing enterprise networks since 1995. He co-hosts the Packet Pushers Weekly, Datanauts, and Citizens of Tech podcasts and co-chairs Interop's Infrastructure track. He hearts community, open networking, SDN, and mountains.
Greg Ferro is a Network Engineer/Architect, mostly focussed on Data Centre, Security Infrastructure, and recently Virtualization. He has over 20 years in IT, a wide range of employers working as a freelance consultant including Finance, Service Providers and Online Companies.