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As SD-WAN adoption continues to gain ground and go mainstream in 2017, the majority of initial enterprise deployments will be hybrid, leveraging both MPLS and a complement of broadband connectivity. Many enterprises already have some level of broadband connectivity to branch and remote locations, but these links often remain idle or are relegated to backup or disaster recovery (DR).
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Things are happening to your assets that you can't see - things that can stop operations at the worst possible time. What you need is a bird's eye view coupled with drill-down alerts before an issue leads to production downtime.
92% of companies anticipate going cloud-native in the next 5 years. This shift is imperative to move quickly and remain competitive. So, what does it take for successful migration? This report details a winning strategy, that will show you how to tackle both technical and cultural challenges.
Today's hyper-connected, cloud-based envrionments demand greater agility and efficiency. Enter the software-defined WAN, which can address this shortcoming in traditional WAN architectures by putting an overlay on top of them.
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As applications increasingly migrate from the corporate data center into the cloud, networking professionals are quickly realizing that traditional WANs were never architected for such a dynamic, Internetbasedenvironment. It is clear that backhauling traffic destined to the cloud from the branch to headquarters to the internet and then back again to the branch, negatively impacts application performance and user experience.