SD-WAN Becomes the Network – Business Enabler for Apps, Cloud, Network Edge
The increased deployment of cloud applications, storage, hosted voice, video, mobile applications, and the emergence of IoT has challenged IT and business managers to provide high-quality WAN services to the branch. Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) offers compelling advantages for distributed organizations with critical branch operations, including the benefits of business agility, optimized application performance, and increased bandwidth efficiencies.
This webinar discusses the emerging role of SD-WAN as the key element for branch and remote user connectivity, including:
-Cloud-based intelligence and management
RecordedJan 17 201933 mins
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Jay Thontakudi, Senior Product Marketing Manager at VMware & Rohan Naggi, Senior Technical Product Manager at VMware
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Mike Kalas, VP of Enterprise Sales at QOS Networks and Chris Le, Sr Product Marketing Manager at VMware
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· Why SD-WAN can improve the performance and stability of home broadband
· About real-world deployment experiences for a large scale Work @ Home project
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SD-WAN is a relatively new technology compared to routing, switching constructs. SD-WAN started off with the goal of reducing MPLS costs by utilizing lower cost Internet/public WAN links. While this still holds true today, the use cases for SD-WAN have expanded greatly over time. Some use cases are unique for a particular vertical and many are common across verticals. What are the critical use cases of an SD-WAN solution that helps organizations transform their enterprise networks? With more than sixty vendors who claim to sell SD-WAN, how do you choose a winner?
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• Trends driving the digital transformation in healthcare organizations
• Network challenges that healthcare organizations are facing
• How SD-WAN can solve healthcare network and business challenges
• How SD-WAN protects patient records and ensures compliance
• Case studies: specific uses of VMware SD-WAN by healthcare customers
Ramnath Shenai, Senior Technical Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
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Brian Madden, Lead Field Technologist at VMware & Craig Connors, VP & CTO at VMware
Many enterprises have accelerated deployment of Digital Workspaces, using solutions like VMware Horizon VDI, to offer employees flexible options to work from any location. However, employee productivity can suffer significant losses and digital workspace adoptions may stall if the underlying enterprise network is not designed for this transformation. Join us in this webinar to learn how VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud can ensure a successful migration while simplifying operations.
Paul Jones, Global Director- Network Solutions at GE Healthcare & Puneet Shetty, Product Line Manager at Nyansa , VMware
In 2018 the global IoT market in healthcare was valued at $147 billion and projected to expand to $534 billion in 2025 – nearly a 20% CAGR. New, networked biomedical devices such as bedside monitors, infusion pumps, and EKG machines are delivering widespread transformation. As healthcare organizations deploy these non-traditional networked devices, they face new challenges of how to codify and control the behavior, performance, and security of these devices. In order to maximize the value of IoT, healthcare companies will need to overcome these obstacles. Successful initiatives will address operational assurance over the lifecycle of IoT devices to help address business objectives: better patient care and improved clinician efficiency. Register for this webinar to hear from experts from GE Healthcare and Nyansa, now part of VMware on how they are delivering better solutions for better patient care.
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Your network is NOT what you should be concerned with right now. But it could be. Conservative planning for unpredictable events helps to ensure patient safety and staff effectiveness. As the number of patients in hospitals increases exponentially, so does the number of medical devices in use and the amount of data as well. Now, more than ever, connectivity and interoperability is essential to the lives of patients and healthcare workers. Increased connectivity of devices may mean less unnecessary exposure for patients and clinical staff. The entire ecosystem, relies on a robust network infrastructure that can withstand large increases in traffic, and proactively notify technicians of potential failures and pain points before they occur.
Steve Woo | VMware and Steve Phillips | Dell Technologies
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*Use AIOps capabilities to enhance network performance management
*Drive network automation with AIOps
*Advance toward self-healing networking and closed-loop operations
Roopa Honnachari, Industry Director at Frost and Sullivan & Michael Leonard, Product Manager at VMware
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Sajjit Rajagopal, Senior Manager of System Engineering for SD-WAN at VMware
SD-WAN has been in the market for over five years now, but questions continue to arise with regards to use cases, network migration, interoperability with other systems, and more. In this webinar, we will highlight the contents of “SD-WAN 1:1 - The What, Why, and How,” a book written by VMware SD-WAN’s most experienced and knowledgeable systems engineers who sell, deploy, and engage with SD-WAN on a daily basis. Of the fourteen authors, two will join us to talk about their experience in putting this book together and will address customer pain points and the solutions for that pain that is addressed by SD-WAN.
VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® simplifies branch WAN networking by automating deployment and improving performance over private, broadband Internet and LTE links for today's increasingly distributed enterprises, as well as service providers.
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