Influencing Application Performance Using SD-WAN - What you need to know
Historically, Enterprises needed to only be focused and concerned with the performance, prioritization and quality of applications hosted in the branch or inside private data centers. Traditional Wide Area Networks were able to meet these requirements for decades. This model has changed dramatically and is breaking the traditional WAN with the introduction and increased adoption of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) along with reliance on the Internet to carry these applications to the branch.
Join us for a detailed analysis of the right Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN (software-defined) architecture for delivering the best application performance, quality, control, visibility, security and reliability for applications hosted in private, hybrid and public clouds. Gain an understanding of how it is possible to achieve network-wide coordinated performance regardless of where applications are hosted.
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Tony Banuelos, Product Line Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud helps improve operational efficiency and lowers cost of running a business without compromising on security, with a robust architecture that is uniquely flexible to secure both traffic and data. Join this webinar to learn what options VMware SD-WAN offers to secure customer networks by using built-in security capabilities or by partnering with world class security vendors for cloud-based and on-premise security deployments.
Nitin Kumar Ananda, Product Line Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud delivers best in class SD-WAN capabilities to deliver reliable branch office network connectivity using commercially available broadband, MPLS or LTE transport. But, security at the edge of remote sites is highly important and having the ability to deliver tight security policies along with SD-WAN capabilities is essential.
Join this VMware webinar to learn how our SD-WAN solution acts as a simple security service insertion platform to deliver enterprise-grade security functions like IPS/IDS, stateful firewall and Malware detection using local third-party DIA security engines or cloud-based security engines.
Karim Bettich, Senior System Engineer - VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Dans ce webinaire, VeloCloud nous explique le rôle clé que joue la technologie SD-WAN pour permettre aux prestataires de dispenser des soins à travers:
* Segmentation du trafic tel que les dossiers médicaux des patients du trafic Internet
* La disponibilité constante du réseau pour un accès permanent aux dossiers des patients
* Le stockage sur le Cloud des données de santé des patients, tout en assurant une connectivité constante et permanente au réseau
* Accès sécurisé aux données confidentielles et sécurité par cryptage VP
* Études de cas: cas pratiques par les clients du secteur de la santé
De nos jours, la technologie joue un rôle primordial pour servir les patients, mais elle doit être en mesure de respecter systématiquement les réglementations en vigueur du secteur et d'être suffisamment souple pour s'adapter à son évolution.
Michael Franklin, CIO at BGE, Inc & Rachel Richburg, Account Executive & David Turner, Principal Technologist at Meriplex
With a vision to expand its offices, increase the number of supported job sites, and migrate critical applications and data to the cloud via Azure and AWS, BGE needed to adopt a new network architecture able to support future growth and opportunities. Rather than continue investing in a costly and inflexible MPLS transport that didn’t support its need for cloud connectivity, BGE sought a modernized technology solution. In this webinar, learn how BGE implemented SD-WAN via its partner, Meriplex Communications, with business changing results.
Michael Franklin, Director and CIO at BGE, Inc
Rachel Richburg, Account Executive at Meriplex
David Turner, Principal Technologist at Meriplex
Brian Tokuyoshi, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Palo Alto Networks & Nitin Kumar, Product Line Manager, VeloCloud
With an ever-increasing amount of enterprise traffic driven by Public Cloud SaaS applications, security has never been more complex. Direct access of applications over the internet, while inexpensive, does not provide Enterprise-grade performance and simultaneously leaves the network susceptible to attacks. Furthermore, the traditional approach to branch connectivity involves a convoluted backhaul of traffic to a centralized firewall located in the corporate HQ or Data Center before accessing the internet.
Why does it need to be this complicated? The short answer… it doesn’t.
Join this webinar for an overview — and a deep dive — of an integrated approach to wide area networking that combines best-of-breed security and SD-WAN solutions. Experts from Palo Alto Networks and VeloCloud, now part of VMware, will discuss next generation Enterprise WAN and outline an approach that makes it simple to assure the performance and security of applications, dramatically simplify deployments with various options, and cut costs.
Huge demand for cloud services means huge demand for wide area network (WAN) connectivity, security, and bandwidth. It has also changed enterprise network architectures and created new challenges for Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and IT managers in charge of building networks and purchasing bandwidth for their company. The need for fast, secure access to cloud applications, demand for services and app agility, and the desire to leverage Internet connectivity is boosting demand for software-defined WAN (SD-WAN), which has more flexibility and better economics than traditional WANs.
Tune in as Futuriom Principal Analyst R. Scott Raynovich recaps the findings of its recent SD-WAN Growth Outlook, detailing what’s driving fast adoption for SD-WAN technologies.
Bob Laliberte, Sr. Analyst & Practice Director, Enterprise Strategy Group
In this webinar we will cover how the demands to deliver higher quality of services, in less time and with lower costs to all locations in the network are pervasive in the healthcare industry. We will discuss how organizations are responding by deploying new applications (on-prem and cloud based), innovative technologies that require connectivity and the need for agility as organizations grow organically or inorganically.
We will also discuss some of the challenges that often hold back this innovation and patient care when trying to connect to applications located in centralized data centers or cloud locations, especially from urgent care centers or satellite offices in rural locations.
Lastly, we will review how SD-WAN solutions can provide requisite connectivity to unlock innovation, increase agility and productivity and improve customer care/experience to even the more remote locations. This will include sharing examples of organizations that have transitioned to SD-WAN solutions and achieved real benefits.
Jeff Aaron, VP of Marketing, MIST & Rachna Srivastava, Sr. Manager, Product Manager, VeloCloud, now part of VMware
The increasing WAN demands of branch offices, vast proliferation of devices, constant need for wireless network uptime, together with a desire to keep costs low has left IT with a simple charge – accomplish more with less. To address this, IT must shift from reactive to proactive, from network-centric to user-centric, and from manual to automated.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has provided a clear path forward to solve for these challenges and deliver automation to the IT admin. Mist Systems has partnered with VeloCloud, now part of VMware to bring WLAN analytics, AI, and intelligent troubleshooting to NSX SD-WAN.
Join us for a joint webinar where the experts from Mist and NSX SD-WAN showcase the power of LAN and WAN integration to give customers unprecedented visibility into their LAN and WAN environments—from the branch to the cloud, and everywhere in between.
Zeus Kerravala, Principal Analyst & Founder, ZK Research
Networking is in a constant state of change, but the with the advent of cloud and virtualization, the current evolution is altering the way we’ve traditionally understood it. The Virtual Cloud Network is about virtualization, connecting data centers and branches and cloud to each other in a seamless and flexible manner that supports this evolution for the next several decades. The lynchpin to this new architecture is SD-WAN, with its pervasive, scalable, and adaptable framework.
In this webinar, Zeus Kerravala of ZK Research, discusses how SD-WAN is transforming networking and enabling the adoption of Virtual Cloud Network to occur.
Jim Metzler, Analyst, Researcher and Founder at Ashton, Metzler & Associates
The SD-WAN market has been flooded with a range of vendors offering varying types of SD-WAN solutions. While having differing types of solutions provided by numerous suppliers is potentially beneficial, it also creates confusion that complicates the task of evaluating alternative SD-WAN solutions.
Join us as Jim Metzler, analyst, researcher and founder at Ashton, Metzler & Associates, cuts through the confusion in the market by identifying seven key questions that network organizations should ask themselves as part of evaluating SD-WAN solutions.
Rick Rader, IT Director with Myron Steves & Scott Turner and David Turner with Meriplex & Rosa Lear with VeloCloud
In today’s world, undisrupted network connectivity is critical to ensuring business continuity. As the adoption of virtual instances and cloud migration accelerates, dependence on high quality, high speed, high bandwidth connections becomes a necessity. Outages have far reaching implications and can be detrimental to a business as the networks of yesterday are ill-prepared for the business of today and the future. SD-WAN is changing this scenario. In this webinar, Myron Steves discusses how its implementation of SD-WAN transformed their entire network and prepares them for future growth.
Rick Rader, IT Director with Myron F Steves
Scott Turner, Director of Sales with Meriplex Communications
David Turner, Principal Technologist with Meriplex Communications
Rosa Lear, Senior Marketing Manager with VeloCloud now part of VMware
Ciaran Roche, CTO of Coevolve & Sasha Emmerling, Dir of Marketing, VeloCloud, now part of VMware
SD-WAN is now approaching mainstream adoption, allowing for the collection of enough data to better understand the development of its commercial case. With numerous SD-WAN implementations and projects under their collective belts, Coevolve and VeloCloud, now part of VMware, will share examples of the common elements and best practices that lead to a successful SD-WAN case.
The team will share:
* The key elements of a SD-WAN business case
* How the SD-WAN business case varies from previous WAN reviews
* The side benefits to the headline commercial gains
* The areas of uncertainty requiring extra analysis
Join us for this interesting discussion on taking the next steps with your enterprise SD-WAN business case!
Dr. Jim Metzler, Principal Analyst at Ashton, Metzler & Associates; Dhawal Sharma, Sr.Director of Product Management, Zscaler
Adopting an SD-WAN solution is the best option that network organizations have to respond to a range of requirements such as lowering cost, increasing availability and providing high quality user experiences. However, network organizations are also under pressure to deliver best-of-breed security and in virtually all instances, adopting an SD-WAN solution results in implementing Direct Internet Access (DIA) which is challenging to secure using security appliances.
Join Dr. Jim Metzler, a principle analyst at Ashton, Metzler and Associates, as he discusses the ways organizations can improve their security posture while taking advantage of the benefits offered by SD-WAN and embracing the advantages of cloud-enabling technologies. Industry experts Dhawal Sharma and Tony Banuelos will join Dr. Metzler to share case studies and deployment best practices of implementing a secure SD-WAN solution.
* Dr. Jim Metzler, Principal Analyst at Ashton, Metzler & Associates
• Dhawal Sharma, Sr. Director of Product Management at Zscaler
• Tony Banuelos, Product Line Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Zeus Kerravala, Principal Analyst & Founder, ZK Research
The digital transformation is here, affecting business everywhere and requiring a retooling of legacy solutions. Networking needs to keep up but it relies on an architecture that has been in place for over three decades and that was not built to support the dramatic change.
To keep pace, networks are undergoing a massive overhaul, a lot of the momentum spurred by trends like IoT and enabling technologies like SD-WAN. Included in the overhaul is rethinking branch routers by separating routing capabilities from the physical box.
In this webinar, Zeus Kerravala of ZK Research takes a deep dive into how SD-WAN is ushering in an era of a routerless branch office.
Healthcare is strictly regulated and fraught with laws that seek to protect the patient as well as the healthcare provider. In today's modern world, technology plays a huge part in the ability to serve patients but must be able to consistently adhere to current industry regulations and flexible enough to accommodate its evolution.
In this webinar, VeloCloud takes a look at how SD-WAN plays a key role in ensuring that providers are able to deliver care through:
* Segmenting traffic such as relevant patient records or internet traffic
* Ensuring constant network uptime for non-disruptive access to patient records
* Shift to cloud storage of health records requires constant network uptime and connectivity
* Case studies: specific uses by healthcare customers
The retail experience has become much more than just finding the product you're looking for in a store. Today, customers require much more: POS systems must always be online so credit cards can be scanned; Wi-Fi for internet browsing; in-store kiosks connected to online stores; and secured data for all. All this is dependent on a fast, secure, and dependable network with enough bandwidth to support all communications methods.
In this webinar, we'll discuss how SD-WAN optimizes the overall retail experience, how segmentation ensures that traffic is prioritized and treated appropriately, and the entire process is secure at all times.
Parag Thakore, VP of Product Management; Fan Gu, Product Manager
In the last ten years, the profile of network traffic has completely changed from the ten years before that. The internet of things (IoT), the variance and number of connected devices, video, images, voice, credit card data and payments processing, wifi, and much more has changed the requirements of what networks must support today.
Retail, specifically, must support various types of network traffic and each must be treated differently, such as separating PCI traffic from guest wifi from voice. This is where segmentation plays a strategic role.
This webinar will cover the following topics:
- What is segmentation as it relates to SD-WAN.
- Why segmentation matters in Retail, illustrated with use cases.
- A live demonstration segmentation with SD-WAN.
Daan Muizer, Stolt-Nielsen & Ferran van den Berg, Videns
With offices in 30+ countries, a de-centralized network infrastructure, and a company-wide migration to cloud applications, the existing mix of MPLS and internet across sites was hugely limiting to Stolt-Nielsen’s future growth strategies.
Of major importance was moving to a platform that connected Stolt-Nielsen’s entire network to the same applications no matter where offices were located, guaranteeing that those applications were always accessible, and provided a high-quality experience for all users.
Stolt-Nielsen was using Office365, Skype for Business, and file replication across the entire organization and wanted every user to have the same experience regardless of location. Stolt-Nielsen turned to VeloCloud Managed Service Provider, Videns, to re-think its network strategy and transform the WAN.
In this webinar, Stolt-Nielsen and Videns discuss the benefits they were looking to achieve, what the alternative solution evaluation process looked like, and the results attained with a new infrastructure.
Bob Laliberte, Sr. Analyst, ESG and Rachna Srivastava, Sr. Director Product Marketing, VeloCloud
Legacy network procedures and processes are traditionally focused on the individual steps required to implement change and initiate actions. Even with the automation of various steps within the process, there remains much investment of time and human resources to manually configure every activity.
But as networks increase in complexity, especially with the transition to cloud-based applications and services, throwing manpower at the problem, is not scalable. Instead, organizations are adopting Cloud-DelIviered SD-WAN and as an extension, outcome-driven networking. With outcome-driven networking, organizations determine the outcome they need to deliver and allow the network intelligence and automation SD-WAN provides to revolutionize their IT teams and their businesses.
In this webinar, ESG senior analyst, Bob Laliberte, introduces outcome-driven networking and why it is changing the network world, including:
• Challenges faced by networks
• The components of a robust outcome-driven networking approach
• Key benefits to deploying an outcome-driven SD-WAN
• ROI on implementing outcome-driven networking
Stein Ericsson, Manager, Global Network Operations at Freeport-McMoRan and Rachna Srivastava, Sr. Director Product Marketing
Freeport-McMoRan faced immense connectivity and bandwidth issues in its copper mines located in remote locations. Moreover, this S&P 500 company was also looking to revolutionize their IT infrastructure by bringing secure access to cloud-based applications on Microsoft Azure.
Join this webinar to hear directly from the experts at Freeport-McMoRan on how it leveraged VeloCloud SD-WAN to greatly improve user experience with assured Application Performance and simplified access to Microsoft Azure.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How Freeport-McMoRan quadrupled its bandwidth to support terabyte-sized file transmissions
- Dramatically improved the network user-experience with VeloCloud SD-WAN
- How legacy issues, such as non-performing circuits, can easily be fixed and optimized with VeloCloud SD-WAN
- How Virtual VeloCloud Edge can easily run on Microsoft Azure to optimize access to cloud applications