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Three Steps to Reduce Costs & Cloud Proof Your WAN

SD-WAN Webinar Highlights:
*Case studies on how different enterprises have approached their SD-WAN migration
*Planning your SD-WAN migration with the first five pilot sites
*Executing a large scale migration of ten, hundred or thousands of sites based on templates and centralized policy
*Role of the single overlay architecture over MPLS, Broadband & LTE in a seamless WAN transformation
*Live demo of enabling SD-WAN
Recorded Oct 12 2016 48 mins
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Ramesh Prabagaran, David Klebanov
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  • Deploying Cloud onRamp for AWS, Azure, and Office365 Jul 27 2017 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    David Klebanov, Director of Technical Marketing, Viptela
    Cloud transformation has been a top priority for enterprises, but the adoption is plagued with complex workflows and poor user experience. Even though enterprises onboard AWS or Azure, the workflows to establish connectivity, security and segmentation across VPC (and VNET) are fairly complex. On the other hand, for SaaS, the issue is primarily around user experience. Enterprises deploying Office365 are realizing that performance with Skype for Business and Sharepoint is not reliable. In this webinar we will take a further look at the wide-ranging capabilities the Viptela Cloud onRamp solution offers, and deploying it for AWS, Azure, and Office365.
  • Cloud Transformation for SaaS and IaaS Recorded: Jun 8 2017 42 mins
    Ariful Huq, Product Management at Viptela
    Traditional WAN network infrastructure is breaking the adoption of SaaS and IaaS. Connecting users of an enterprise to application and infrastructure in the cloud requires many transformational changes. For one, the network itself needs to be cloud aware. Next, there needs to be unified management capability for both cloud and on-prem applications. Last, there needs to be a dynamic management of application experience based on realtime network unreliabilities.

    Topics covered:
    - SaaS / IaaS Challenges (ie. Quality of Experience, Onboarding Workflows, Scale, Security)
    - Network Transformation and the Cloud onRamp Solution
    - Benefits for IaaS (ie. Single Solution, Branch to Cloud Connectivity including AWS and Azure)
    - Benefits for SaaS (ie. Improved Experience, Visibility for Office365, Salesforce, Dropbox and more)
    - Use Cases and Case Studies
  • Industry Expert Panel Discussion: Are You Really Ready for SD-WAN? Recorded: May 16 2017 57 mins
    Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), Bell Canada, Viptela, CA Technologies
    On May 16, join industry analyst firm EMA along with SD-WAN innovator Viptela, Bell Canada and CA Technologies for an expert panel discussion on SD-WAN challenges, opportunities and its impact on today’s network monitoring. Nearly 88% of enterprises surveyed either currently deploy SD-WAN today or plan to do so within the next 12 months. SD-WAN technologies possess sophisticated, built-in capabilities for operations and management and advanced automation to address network problems in real-time. Join us on May 16 as we uncover the importance of validating SD-WAN intelligence while applying advanced analytics to correlate customer experience impact for comprehensive, end-to-end modern network assurance.
  • CEO PoV: Take Control of your Cloud Application Experience Recorded: Apr 20 2017 39 mins
    Praveen Akkiraju, CEO, Viptela
    Enterprises are undergoing a revolution in their infrastructure as the application world is being transformed by cloud technologies. Today your applications can be located in the data center, through IaaS, or in a SaaS cloud. Similarly, users are transforming with mobility; no longer are they tied to one location. Enterprises want to solve the problem of connecting users to their applications in a consistent and secure manner.

    The overarching issue is the connectivity between these two worlds as we're stuck in two-decades old technology. Enterprises are therefore challenged with the requirement to transform their infrastructure while integrating underlying legacy technologies, and for the user to access their applications while maintaining policy and security framework.

    Join our CEO as he discusses how IT infrastructure is being transformed during the era of cloud technologies, and how Enterprises across a number of industries can embrace the network revolution.
  • CTO PoV: Enterprise Networks (Part 2) Recorded: Mar 16 2017 45 mins
    Khalid Raza, CTO & Co-Founder, Viptela & Danny Johnson, Director, Product Marketing: Network Services, Verizon
    In Part 2, the CTO PoV will focus on Security for IoT and Cloud in Enterprise Networks.

    IoT, Cloud and Mobile devices are stretching the traditional limits of IT security. As enterprise applications change and technology advances, the fundamental network infrastructure needs to support a robust security framework.

    Khalid Raza (CTO, Viptela) & Danny Johnson (Director, Verizon) share their Point of View on why current WAN infrastructures are not designed to support new enterprise traffic patterns, and how emerging security approaches designed around segmentation and policy can help organizations adapt to these changes. Enterprises can protect their Cloud and enterprise against attacks and data leaks while migrating to a cost-effective Hybrid architecture.

    In this webinar, we will cover:

    - The security threats around Cloud and IoT
    - Applications that are stressing enterprise network security requirements

    View Part 1 On-Demand: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14779/247749
  • CTO PoV: Enterprise Networks (Part 1) Recorded: Mar 2 2017 38 mins
    Khalid Raza, CTO & Co-Founder, Viptela
    Rapidly changing enterprise application requirements, the cloud, and mobile computing are placing stress on traditional wide area networks (WANs). Enterprises are being challenged to rethink network architectures to meet present and future business requirements.

    Khalid Raza, CTO and Co-Founder at Viptela, will discuss why current WAN infrastructures are not designed to support new enterprise traffic patterns, and how emerging approaches can help organizations adapt to these changes.

    In this webinar, we will cover:

    - Key applications molding enterprise network requirements
    - Impact on current WAN architectures & shift in present and future business needs
    - How enterprise network teams and service providers can adapt the traditional WAN to support new traffic patterns
  • Verizon: Retail & Finance - Lessons Learned from Managed SD WAN Deployments Recorded: Feb 7 2017 57 mins
    Scot Allen, Dir. Services, Verizon & Brian Promes, Sr. Dir. Prod. Mktg, SevOne & Ramesh Prabagaran, VP Prod Mgmt., Viptela
    Join us and our strategic partner Verizon, for an on-demand webinar discussing our Managed SD WAN solution. This session will explain how Managed SD WAN can help increase bandwidth, agility and reliability while maintaining security through real life use cases and in-field deployment scenarios in the Retail & Finance sectors.
  • Top Deployed SD-WAN Use Cases (Part Two) Recorded: Feb 2 2017 40 mins
    David Klebanov, Director Technical Product, Viptela
    This live demo will cover the major use cases of SD-WAN that are applicable to both large and small enterprise scenarios.
    These include:
    - Distributed media streaming with multicast
    - Enabling cloud-security capabilities with Zscaler
    - Segmentation and per-segment topologies
    - Service insertion and service chaining
    - Virtualized elements for Cloud (IaaS+PaaS)
    - Zero touch provisioning
  • What To Ask Your Vendor on Enterprise SD-WAN Capabilities Recorded: Jan 20 2017 46 mins
    Ramesh Prabagaran, VP Product Management, Viptela
    What are the absolute essential requirements in an SD-WAN solution? Although Gartner has defined the four key requirements for SD-WAN (see below), there are some more critical features required to meet the enterprise-grade capabilities. For example, network segmentation for different kinds of applications is a widely deployed feature across all major industries, primarily to isolate critical applications and to reduce the attack surface during vulnerabilities.

    This webinar will more broadly cover the essential enterprise SD-WAN features and how they translate to common deployment scenarios in different industries. These features include:

    - Overlay capability over MPLS, Broadband and LTE
    - Unified and centralized management of all WAN infrastructure
    - Network segmentation with per-segment topologies
    - Predictable Application SLA with centralized policies and real-time traffic steering
    - Mature routing capabilities with BGP, OSPF, VRRP, and IGMP
    - Unified and centralized management of all WAN infrastructure
    - Robust-zero trust WAN security including authentication, encryptions, segmentation and service chaining

    As a background, here are Gartner’s four key requirements for SD-WAN:
    - SD-WAN solutions provide a lightweight replacement for traditional WAN routers, and are agnostic to WAN transport technologies (that is, they support MPLS, Internet, Long Term Evolution [LTE], etc.).
    - Based on business and/or application policies, SD-WAN solutions allow for load sharing of traffic across multiple WAN connections in an efficient and dynamic fashion.
    - SD-WAN solutions dramatically simplify the complexity associated with management, configuration and orchestration of WANs.
    - SD-WAN solutions must provide secure VPNs, and have the ability to integrate additional network services and offload Internet-destined traffic closer to the edge of the network.
  • LiveAction: Gaining Deep Visibility Into The WAN Overlay Recorded: Jan 20 2017 38 mins
    David Izumo, Principal Engineer, Technical Marketing, LiveAction & Manan Shah, Director of Product Management, Viptela
    Operation teams need to detect and correlate application problems with the real-time events happening on, both, the overlay and underlay networks. They also need capability for retrospective visualization into such problems. SD-WAN introduces new requirements for such advanced monitoring capabilities.

    LiveAction’s LiveNX™ is a robust visualization and analytics engine that integrates the network-generated metadata from Viptela SD-WAN technology to monitor application traffic on an end-to-end basis in real time. The retrospective visualization capability complements the intelligence provided by Viptela’s management solution and thus simplifies SD-WAN planning, monitoring and troubleshooting.

    This webinar will cover the major integration capabilities between LiveAction’s LiveNX and Viptela’s SD-WAN and share existing best practices to effectively manage the entire lifecycle of an SD-WAN deployment. These include:

    • Planning: Selecting pilot sites when planning SD-WAN deployments, identifying unsanctioned applications and end users, and establishing network utilization baselines which are used for right-sizing
    • Deployment: Using LiveNX real-time visualization to verify Viptela SD-WAN policies and assure services are not impacted in the event of brownouts or abnormal events
    • Management: Monitoring bandwidth and visualizing path control so network administrators can ensure application performance and mitigate problems before they affect users. Reporting on business applications to manage and optimize voice and video communications
  • Tech FIeld Day: Network Engineer Roundtable on Deploying SD-WAN Recorded: Jan 20 2017 51 mins
    Panel of 8 Network Architects, moderated by Tech Field Day
    Ten seasoned network engineers will debate on their views and experiences with SD-WAN. This roundtable discussion moderated by Tech Field Day focuses on how network professionals are analyzing and adopting SD-WAN technology, and integrating it into existing network architectures.

    SD-WAN has been the most rapidly deployed SDN technology. But major concerns remain on which features are the most fundamental and differentiating, and the maturity of the technology for large scale deployments. The major discussion topics will include:

    - Maturity of SD-WAN for prime-time deployment
    - Relative importance of features like routing, security, segmentation, vCPE, multi-tenancy, Application steering, SaaS, and Cloud.
    - ROI and the Before/After picture
    - Most typical use-cases across industries
    - Best practices in deploying SD-WAN based on personal experiences
  • Anuta: Network Orchestration for Managed Branch Services Recorded: Jan 19 2017 36 mins
    Kiran Sirupa, Director of Marketing & Praveen Vengalam, Co-Founder and VP of Engineering, Anuta Networks
    SD-WAN presents a transformational opportunity for Telcos and MSPs to offer value added services. Anuta NCX orchestrator bridges the multi-vendor legacy and SD-WAN infrastructure for a smoother transition. Join us live to learn about Anuta's SD-WAN and vCPE customer deployments at global Tier-1 MSPs.
  • Zscaler: Cloud Security with SD-WAN, Case Studies and Best Practices Recorded: Jan 19 2017 47 mins
    Sri Subramanian, Sr. Director of Product Management, Zscaler & David Klebanov, Director of Technical Marketing, Viptela
    Gartner estimates that by the end of 2019, 30% of enterprises will use SD-WAN technology in all their branches, up from less than 1% today. And as of Nov 2016, Gartner has estimated about 50,000 production SD-WAN deployments. SD-WAN is a transformational approach to simplifying branch office networking.

    However, security is a critical factor for SD-WAN adoption, especially for cloud and Internet applications. With Zscaler and Viptela you can now secure all Internet traffic without having to backhaul it to centralized DMZs. Customers have seen more than 50% WAN cost-savings while keeping their branch offices and employees protected.

    Join Viptela and Zscaler to discuss the best practices for securing your distributed enterprise with cloud security and SD-WAN. They will also cover:

    - Common use case scenarios for SD-WAN and cloud security
    - Real world deployment examples
    - Best practices for improving your security posture with cloud security
    - Zscaler and Viptela technical integration elements
  • Enabling AWS and Azure Migrations with SD-WAN Recorded: Jan 19 2017 49 mins
    Rob McBride, Solutions Marketing, Viptela & Ariful Huq, Product Management, Viptela
    Gartner has highlighted that the differences in network services (such as routing, security and application delivery) between internal data centers and IaaS environments cause major issues during cloud migrations. Networking teams face many challenges migrating their workloads to AWS and Azure. These include:

    - Extending secure connectivity from the enterprise to the cloud is operationally complex
    - Cloud traffic flows sub-optimally through the centralized data center/DMZ, instead of directly from the branch or from a regional exit - this affects performance of applications
    - Implementing a unified WAN policy on disparate pieces of cloud infrastructure is difficult

    This webinar will dig deeper into the networking problems of cloud migrations. And how Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology makes this faster and simpler the networking teams. The following topics will be covered:

    - Extend your WAN seamlessly to AWS and Azure
    - Implement a unified WAN policy across the enterprise and cloud
    - Typical deployment scenarios for AWS and Azure
    - Real customer examples of public cloud migration
  • Addressing Hybrid Network Challenges in Asia Pacific with Software-Defined WAN Recorded: Jan 19 2017 49 mins
    Hoo Shu Yee, Product Director, Singtel & Ramesh Prabagaran, VP Product Management, Viptela
    With APAC’s varying stages of infrastructure development, managing an enterprise Wide Area Network (WAN) in the region can be extremely challenging. This is compounded by different networking standards and service level agreements (SLAs) across countries, as well as disparities in race and culture.

    Furthermore, as more applications move onto the cloud and employees become more mobile, enterprises have to deal with growing risk of cyber attacks with increasingly complex WAN environments that combine multiple private networks and public internet services.

    In this webinar, learn more about managing an enterprise network in APAC. We will touch on how:

    - To address potential challenges with WAN architectures evolving to hybrid networks
    - To optimise and accelerate connectivity to the cloud
    - Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) works and helps you manage your hybrid network more effectively
    - Enterprises have leveraged SD-WAN to increase efficiency and reduce cost

    Lastly, find out how Singtel ConnectPlus SD-WAN service powered by Viptela, designed with security in mind, can help to simplify and unify your networks, while providing protection against data breaches and attacks.
  • Addressing Hybrid Network Challenges in Asia Pacific with Software-Defined WAN Recorded: Jan 19 2017 47 mins
    Hoo Shu Yee, Product Director, Singtel & Ramesh Prabagaran, VP Product Management, Viptela
    With APAC’s varying stages of infrastructure development, managing an enterprise Wide Area Network (WAN) in the region can be extremely challenging. This is compounded by different networking standards and service level agreements (SLAs) across countries, as well as disparities in race and culture.

    Furthermore, as more applications move onto the cloud and employees become more mobile, enterprises have to deal with growing risk of cyber attacks with increasingly complex WAN environments that combine multiple private networks and public internet services.

    In this webinar, learn more about managing an enterprise network in APAC. We will touch on how:

    - To address potential challenges with WAN architectures evolving to hybrid networks
    - To optimise and accelerate connectivity to the cloud
    - Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) works and helps you manage your hybrid network more effectively
    - Enterprises have leveraged SD-WAN to increase efficiency and reduce cost

    Lastly, find out how Singtel ConnectPlus SD-WAN service powered by Viptela, designed with security in mind, can help to simplify and unify your networks, while providing protection against data breaches and attacks.
  • CA Technologies: Advanced Monitoring and Management of SD-WAN Recorded: Jan 18 2017 44 mins
    Tim Diep, Director of Product Management, CA Technologies & Jeremy Rossbach, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, CA Technologies
    How does SD-WAN shift the status quo for the Operations teams? SD-WAN technology possesses sophisticated, in-built capability for operations and management, and advanced automation to address network problems in real-time. However, the Operations teams needs to seamlessly integrate this network and health status intelligence from their new SD-WAN infrastructure into their existing monitoring and management infrastructure.

    Additionally, monitoring solutions must provide visibility across all network architectures including highly dynamic and complex hybrid clouds and other SDN elements.

    This session covers the integration of CA Virtual Network Assurance and CA Performance Management with Viptela SD-WAN. The key topics that will be discussed include:

    - Eliminating visibility gaps between traditional networks and SD-WAN providing administrators with insights to optimize and transform their large hybrid networks
    - Providing relationship mapping of major IT events
    - Visualizing physical and logical dependencies in applications and service chains
    - Extending visibility for operators with network performance monitoring across cloud, SDN and SD-WAN networks (including service chains)
    - Enabling operational insight into how all elements of traditional and overlay networks affect service integrity
  • Verizon: Banking, Manufacturing, and Healthcare Case Studies in Managed SD-WAN Recorded: Jan 18 2017 44 mins
    Mark Hollman, Managed and Professional Services, Verizon & Lloyd Noronha, Head of Global Marketing, Viptela
    Verizon has some of the largest global SD-WAN deployments based on Viptela technology. We investigate the lessons learned and best practices employed in some SD-WAN deployments in the banking, healthcare and manufacturing verticals.
  • Live Demo: Top Deployed SD-WAN Use Cases Recorded: Jan 18 2017 45 mins
    David Klebanov, Director of Technical Marketing, Viptela
    This live demo will cover the major use cases of SD-WAN that are applicable to both large and small enterprise scenarios. These include:

    - Brownfield deployment: Inserting SD-WAN into an existing MPLS WAN (i.e. creating an overlay over MPLS and Broadband)
    - Enabling segmentation, service insertion and extranet policies for a business partner network
    - Extending the WAN to the Cloud (AWS/Azure)
    - Enabling on-prem security with Palo Alto Networks (service chaining)
    - Defining Application-Aware policies for guaranteed SLA (real-time traffic steering with QoS)
    - Enabling cloud-security capabilities with Zscaler (service chaining)
    - Defining policies for predictable access to Office 365 and other SaaS applications

    The foundational technology elements of SD-WAN that will be covered include:

    - Single overlay over MPLS, Broadband and LTE
    - Overlay routing with OSPF, BGP, VRRP and IGMP
    - Deep packet inspection (DPI) policies
    - Authentication, encryption, PKI
    - Zero-touch provisioning
    - Segmentation and per-segment topologies
    - Service insertion and service chaining
    - Virtualized elements for Cloud (IaaS+PaaS)
    - Cloud-security and on-prem security integration
    - Integrated Management and third-party management with SNMP, NetConf, and RESTful interfaces
    - Internet gateways (DIA, Regional Exit, Centralized exits)
  • VMware: A Virtual Edge Solution for Managed Branch Services Recorded: Jan 17 2017 34 mins
    Vanessa Little, Sr. Manager Global NFV EcoSystem Architecture, VMware & Ariful Huq, Product Management, Viptela
    vCloud NFV is an open, carrier-grade NFVI platform. It delivers a tightly integrated solution with virtual compute, storage and networking resources coupled with intelligent operations and management capability.

    Viptela SD-WAN has achieved VMware Ready Status for NFV. SD-WAN solutions, on vCloud NFV, enable service providers to deliver elastic bandwidth, advanced services and greater flexibility in terms of cost and QoS. The Viptela SD-WAN platform opens up new opportunities for service providers by unifying WAN connection management (MPLS, Internet and 4G/LTE), segmenting traffic, providing zero touch provisioning and supporting application aware routing for enterprise customers.

    This webinar will highlight the key elements of vCloud NFV and SD-WAN in providing a fully packaged solution for Service Providers including:

    - How to accelerate and automate instantiating, provisioning and managing of virtual network services (including SD-WAN)
    - Deliver carrier-grade network availability and multi-tenancy
    - Provide advanced networking and security VNFs including switching, routing, QoS and monitoring
    - Enable single pane of glass visibility, monitoring and policy based automation
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Viptela provides Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) technology that allows global companies to build carrier agnostic, policy-controlled and cost-effective WANs. Viptela has been deployed at thousands of sites by more than 25 Fortune-500 enterprises; and major carriers including Verizon and Singtel are using Viptela to deliver managed SD-WAN services. Viptela cuts existing operating costs in the WAN by more than 50%, increases bandwidth 10x, and, significantly improves security and uptime. The company has been named a Gartner Cool Vendor and a Next Billion Dollar Startup by Forbes in 2015. Follow us on Twitter @viptela or linkedIn

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