SD-WAN - Network on the Cloud

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7 Ways How SD-WAN Will Change in the Next Decade

The business world is getting revamped with new tech trends in the network industry, led by cloud computing. The telecommunication industry is witnessing inevitable changes with SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide-Area Networking) with the constant demand for flexibility and centralized management to go hand-in-hand with security. SD-WAN already has an outstanding response from the users, and the…

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…

INFOGRAPHIC – Why SD-WAN

Changing paradigm in technology have put traditional WAN under a lot of pressure. Shift to digital, growth of cloud, and emerging new technology have compelled enterprises to optimize network for optimum performance, consistency, security, and flexibility. Thanks to Software Defined Networking! Networks today are measurable, programmable, automated, and flexible to business changes.  

Massive MSME Opportunity for Indian Telcos

Small doesn’t mean necessarily insignificant. India’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are a case in point. The last few years have witnessed an undeniable emergence of the MSMEs as a considerable contributor to its economy. It accounts for 30% of India’s GDP, 33.4% of the total manufacturing output, and 45% of the exports. A…

The mass migration to the “Work From Anywhere” model

Working from home (WFH) used to be a luxury for the relatively affluent white-collared workers before coronavirus. This is not the case anymore. The pandemic is forcing more people to work from home in an unprecedented way. A global survey conducted by Gartner, Inc. found that “88% of the business organizations all over the world…

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…

Why Multi-SASE adoption makes sense for an enterprise?

The Scenario   Today’s distributed enterprises use various kinds of applications right from basic collaboration tools to complex enterprise applications and everything in between. Users use multiple SaaS applications, Infrastructure, and platform-as-a-service solutions in some way to perform their day-to-day tasks. Users also access random resources on the internet – from social media to news…

Adding ‘SASE’ To The Network Architecture For Improved Security

Several recent developments are driving the IT decision-makers to rethink their network security strategy.   There is a growing reliance on the cloud and edge applications among enterprises. An increasing number of businesses are now opting for applications that run in the cloud as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) instead of the traditional route of hosting them on…

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…