Topic: sd wan

Aryaka wants to disrupt traditional SD-WAN models with cloud-first approach

Cloud-first WAN company Aryaka has announced an expansion to its managed SD-WAN offerings designed to disrupt traditional SD-WAN and legacy service provider models. The new SmartServices expansion includes four additional ‘as-a-service’ offerings for network and application acceleration, multi-cloud networking, managed security, and actionable insights.  “For us, the notion of cloud-first is not new. Aryaka’s architecture … continue reading

Considering open-source scripting? It may not be what you need

Enterprises could find themselves dealing with more than they bargained for as they make the move to an automated network. In their desire to reduce complexity and quickly make changes to their networks, they come across many open-source scripting approaches to network management on the market. Though these approaches have their benefits, they are not … continue reading

ONUG and MEF team up to drive SD-WAN standards

In an effort to drive SD-WAN standards IT organization ONUG and international industry consortium MEF are teaming up on a new initiative. Their joint collaboration will help ensure that enterprises have SD-WAN services that are optimized for digital transformation in the hybrid cloud era.  “As adoption of SD-WANs accelerates, enterprises will increasingly choose managed services … continue reading

Aryaka adds flexibility to SD-WAN

Aryaka adds flexibility to SD-WAN

SD-WAN provider Aryaka announced the release of its global managed SD-WAN service HybridWAN. The new release is designed to bring flexibility to SD-WAN, provide guaranteed performance, effective transport, and an ‘Internet-first’ paradigm.  “For enterprises undergoing digital transformation, Aryaka’s new capabilities further ease SD-WAN adoption by offering flexible WAN connectivity and security options,” said Lee Doyle, … continue reading

Report: Companies underestimate the challenges of deploying an SD-WAN

Companies are struggling to fully understand the cost, complexity, and time it will take to build and maintain an SD-WAN. A new report revealed even when companies are working with an operator to get it set up there are still many challenges. Aryaka’s 2019 State of the WAN report surveyed 795 IT and network practitioners … continue reading

Versa Titan provides end-to-end security and management for SD-WAN

Versa Networks is helping organizations simplify the complexity of WAN transformation with the release of a new cloud-managed SD-WAN solution. Versa Titan allows MSPs to provide secure SD-WAN and allows organizations to design, deploy, and operate WAN infrastructure. According to Versa Networks, the solution is easy to use and enhances visibility into vulnerabilities, application behavior, … continue reading

Juniper Networks extends SD-WAN solution to the cloud

Juniper Networks is giving IT professionals a new way of managing and securing WAN infrastructures. The latest version of Contrail Service Orchestration offers a cloud-delivered version of its existing SD-WAN solution. The new solution not only provides management and security features for the WAN infrastructure, but also LAN and Wi-Fi networks deployed with it. Benefits … continue reading

Oracle to acquire SD-WAN provider Talari Networks

Oracle has entered into an agreement to acquire software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) provider Talari Networks. According to Oracle, Talari’s Failsafe technology adds greater reliability and predictability to SD-WAN, while still maintaining security. “Talari is the original innovator of Failsafe SD-WANs that deliver both MPLS-class high availability and high QoE (Quality of Experience) predictable application … continue reading

Companies want to take a more aggressive approach to networking and security, report says

A majority of network professionals want an aggressive approach for networking and security, according to Versa Networks’ report “Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD WAN) Adoption is Accelerating to Reduce Security Risk.” In the global study, conducted by Dimensional Research, 85 percent of companies believe that SD-WAN will increase security and reduce appliance sprawl, and 96 … continue reading

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