5 Attributes to look at while picking SD-WAN Vendor

Adoption of SaaS as well as IaaS remains the top priority of every progressive business today. Frost & Sullivan, in one of their latest surveys, found that “62 percent of technology companies will have deployed Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and 82 percent will host workloads in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) data centers by 2020”. For obvious reasons, most…

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SD-WAN meets Kubernetes

Kubernetes is the de-facto container management system for all sorts of distributed workloads. Known for its extensibility and community support, there are numerous plugins for multiple use cases. The most unpredictable element for any distributed system is the network. A distributed system is as strong as its weakest link. As networks go down, it leads…

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SD-WAN Security: The promise of Multidimensionality

The pace of software-defined wide-area networks (SD-WANs) developments continues to accelerate for several reasons. Not only in terms of commercial adoption, but also in the scope of services supported. One area that has undoubtedly fueled this growth is the integration of powerful security capabilities. In order to fully understand the impact of security services on…

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Security: SD-WAN’s promise to IoT

The relevance of IoT continues to grow for enterprises of all sizes. In this listicle, we cover some facts, some gaps, some maps, and some wraps about IoT security. Fact-o-Factory: There are around 27 billion IoT devices across the globe as of 2020. We have witnessed 2.9 billion cyberattacks on the IoT device in 2019.…

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