Viptela Customers to Discuss SD-WAN Business Impacts at Interop ITX
First American Title Insurance Company and a Large Healthcare Provider to Present Digital Transformation Case Studies Using SD-WAN
SAN JOSE, Calif. — May 15, 2017 — Viptela, the Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) company, announced today that two of its customers, First American Title Insurance Company and one of the nation’s largest behavioral health providers will share their experiences implementing SD-WAN at the upcoming Interop ITX conference in Las Vegas. Viptela is also hosting a special event with noted industry analysts Ethan Banks and Greg Ferro of Packet Pushers.
Christian Metz is the senior IT Manager of First American Title Insurance Company where he leads a team of network engineers focused on building strategic relationships with First American Title’s business leaders and key stakeholders.
The second speaker is the Director of Network Services at one of the largest providers of inpatient behavioral healthcare services with a network of over 500 behavioral healthcare facilities in the US states, the United Kingdom and Puerto Rico.
First American Delivers Application Resiliency with Viptela SD-WAN (Christian Metz, Senior IT Manager)
Christian (CJ) Metz will discuss how First American, one of the nation’s largest title insurance companies, has used SD-WAN from Viptela to deliver reliable quality of service for Voice, Video, SaaS and Internet applications. He will explain the business drivers for the company’s move to the cloud, present the challenges and lessons learned, as well as best practices for managing large scale WAN transformations. In addition to resiliency, CJ will describe how SD-WAN has simplified compliance requirements for First American.
Transforming to Cloud-Based Healthcare Applications with Viptela SD-WAN (Presented by the Director of Network Services)
The traditional MPLS based network connectivity model is proving too rigid for SaaS applications and mobile Internet access. In order to ensure users have fast, reliable and secure connectivity to cloud-based enterprise apps, organizations are turning to SD-WAN. This session will explain how SD-WAN technology from Viptela has enabled the organization to migrate to cloud-based healthcare applications, ensure 100% network uptime of patient and administrative services, and rapidly enable services like guest WiFi and cloud-based VoIP and medicinal dispensing.
First American Ensures Application Resiliency with Viptela SD-WAN
Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 2:10pm – 3:10pm PDT, Room 109
Transforming to Cloud-Based Healthcare Applications with SD-WAN
Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 11:40am – 12:40pm PDT, Room 121
When SD-WAN Innovative Forces Collide – at Centrifuge MGM (Ethan Banks and Greg Ferro, Packet Pushers)
Monday, May 15, 2017 at 6:30pm PDT, Centrifuge in the MGM Grand- Register at: http://viptela.com/centrifuge/
To schedule a conversation with Viptela and/or its customers, contact Gareth Pettigrew at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Viptela provides Fabric technology that Enterprises and Service Providers use to deliver a superior user to application experience. The solution is a single platform that enables multiple critical use-cases: including SD-WAN, Cloud, Network-as-a-Service and Application user experiences. It is a cloud delivered, secure, scalable, open and simple to deploy platform that is in use at thousands of sites, and is the most deployed solution by Global Fortune-1000 enterprises. Major carriers including Verizon and Singtel are using the Viptela Fabric to deliver network-as-a-service offerings to businesses. The company has been named a 2016 Red Herring Global 100 Company and CRN Tech Innovator. Viptela is backed by Sequoia Capital, Redline Capital and Northgate Capital. For more information, visit: viptela.com or follow us on Twitter @viptela.