Best Practices for Extending the WAN to AWS
In this webinar learn some best practice guidelines to extending your WAN to the cloud with SD-WAN. Taking production customer deployment examples, the team will educate you.
SD-WAN 101 Learn the Basics and What it Means
Technology is rapidly changing bringing new concepts to your organization; all aimed to help your organization move further into the Digital Transformation age.
On-Demand: Lessons Learned from the Trenches Deploying O365 and SD-WAN
In this webinar, we will discuss lessons learned and best practices from customers that have gone through the journey of deploying O365 and SD-WAN.
On-Demand: Optimizing SD-WAN for AWS and Azure
In this best practices webinar, you’ll learn how enterprises have implemented an SD-WAN overlay to achieve secure access and optimal performance from any branch endpoint to IaaS workloads in public cloud environments.
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Transport Agnostic VPN
MPLS Layer 3 VPNs were designed when the majority of branch-office traffic flowed within an enterprise’s intranet boundary. However, new applications and cloud service models are shifting traffic patterns. Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology enables enterprises to build a centrally managed, unified WAN over a MPLS, Broadband and 4G/LTE
End-to-end Network Segmentation
Segmentation and secure isolation of traffic in an enterprise are important for mitigation against attacks and protecting sensitive data. Segmentation also enables multiple logical topologies with different characteristics. No practical options are available to extend VLANs over the Wide Area Network. Now, SD-WAN seamlessly enables this.
Business Partner Network
Enterprises are looking for a reliable manner to onboard partners and securely partition them from the rest of the network, thus protecting sensitive resources and isolating any breaches. SD-WAN technology with features such as segmentation, centralized policies and automated certificate management meet these requirements.
Network-Service Insertion / Service Chaining
Enabling Layer 4–7 network services like firewalls, load balancers and IPS in today’s enterprise networks is a complicated process that can take weeks or months. With SD-WAN, network services can be consolidated at a few locations and advertised across the network. Centralized policies can direct traffic to these services, on demand.
Optimized Internet Performance for Cloud / SaaS
Cloud applications like AWS, Salesforce, and Office365 perform poorly on todays enterprises networks because of two shortcomings in the WAN. One is due to a shortage of bandwidth, the other is due to an inefficient traffic path through Centralized DMZs. SD-WAN solves both of these problems.