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What are SD-WAN network solutions?

SD-WAN solutions are transforming the enterprise networks:

Software-defined WAN is quickly replacing traditional Wide Area Networks (WANs) as more enterprises realize the need to rethink networking for today’s cloud-centric world. SD-WAN simplifies the way networks are designed, deployed and managed. It also brings powerful capabilities that increase the efficiency and agility of IT teams. The transition to software-defined WAN is easier than you might expect because many SD-WAN devices can be installed without removing the existing network equipment. Also, the learning curve is shorter than for traditional WAN administration tools because SD-WAN is managed from a central console using a modern, graphical user interface. Riverbed offers these SD-WAN advantages and more with our Next Generation Infrastructure portfolio.

Reducing MPLS costs for usage of SD-WAN:

Considerable savings can be realized by moving some or all traffic from MPLS to cost-effective broadband alternatives in a hybrid WAN configuration. SD-WAN network solutions makes it easy to achieve cost savings by automatically splitting traffic between low-cost and highly-available WAN links based on business criticality. This is possible when the SD-WAN solution can identify traffic by application and steer it according to policy-based rules. While there is no doubt that cost savings is a key benefit of SD-WAN adoption, it’s not always easy to understand how much can you save and what is your true return on investment (ROI). Learn where the savings come from and what’s the ROI for SD-WAN.


Improving the performance with SD-WAN:

Network performance is important for business-critical applications and unified communications–especially when applications run in the cloud. But not all network traffic needs to move quickly. Software-defined WAN combines traditional quality-of-service with the ability to steer the traffic of different applications and users onto appropriate paths. SD-WAN can also monitor the health of WAN links and automatically route traffic onto an alternate path when the primary path becomes congested. But that doesn’t help if all available paths are bad. WAN optimization can be used together with SD-WAN to improve performance across congested links and high-latency connections.


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