How to integrate Voice Quality Monitoring into SD-WAN
Voice quality monitoring is essential for anyone, whether Service Provider or Enterprise, with voice deployed in their network. It is an indispensable capability – from either a business or operational viewpoint – in the network infrastructure, and is often costly and complex. VeloCloud VQM allows you to monitor, diagnose and proactively troubleshoot network issues before they impact business-critical voice communications.
This webinar discusses:
- The tangible benefits of the VeloCloud VQM solution
- Explains how VeloCloud integrates VQM with SD-WAN architecture
- Provides details on the licensing models to enable VeloCloud VQM in your network
- Diagnosing and solving your voice quality challenges with VeloCloud VQM
RecordedMar 21 201733 mins
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Chris Le, Senior Product Marketing Manager at VMware
Rapid expansion of remote work has put IT networking and security teams in constant overdrive. This is too big a stage for traditional VPN and networking infrastructure. The new way of working is causing unplanned demands on infrastructure and bad user experience, which decreases business output and creates security risks from unsecured devices, as an example. In this session, we will introduce VMware Secure Access™, part of the VMware SASE Platform™ that combines the best of VMware Workspace ONE and VMware SD-WAN™ to provide remote access as a service to our remote and mobile users.
Mark Vondemkamp, Vice President of Product at VMware
Business requirements are evolving to deliver any-user, any-device connectivity to any cloud, and any-application. This demands a digital transformation that is spanning distributed edge, data center, and cloud, and is enabled by a new digital foundation. The legacy WAN and security architecture in the middle of this transformation is obsolete and must undergo a drastic change to be part of the new digital foundation. Customers are rapidly adopting a new SASE architecture model predicted by Gartner.
As a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure in 2018 and 2019, VMware is positioned to enable organizations to transform their WAN edge, to build a new digital foundation for new application adoption, and to enable your work-from-anywhere initiatives.
Join this session to learn how VMware’s network transformation vision, along with its unique cloud gateways and SASE PoPs, delivers a SASE platform with intrinsic security, including ZTNA, for organizations embracing cloud and SaaS.
Low Kum Seng, Deputy Director of Product Marketing at CITIC Telecom CPC and Joe Lee, Solution Engineer at VMware
You may have heard them all…but have you really?
Not all SD-WANs are created equal and equally well to serve the purpose of users. You need to work with the best—without breaking the bank and while maintaining high performance. Most SD-WAN solutions promise to lower cost of bandwidth and improve network accessibility, but how do you ensure that you build a better network to deliver higher levels of application performance, business productivity and greater user experience?
Clear out the noise by attending this webinar to learn about the benefits that you can gain from CITIC Telecom CPC and VMware SD-WAN solutions. Find out how TrueCONNECT Hybrid (SD-WAN) can help you to overcome multiple enterprise challenges and interoperate with your legacy tech and equipment.
Dustin Kehoe, GlobalData | Peter Bocquet, VMware | Richard Thomas, Telstra | Anoop Mohanan, Telstra
The global pandemic has resulted in an overnight shift to remote working and cloud migration for many organisations, putting significant strain on global infrastructure. Networks now need to balance speed, resiliency and security with the end user experience.
This was seen in a recent survey of global IT managers shown that network investments are a high priority in 2020 and 2021(1).
To minimise unplanned network downtime, which is the single biggest cost and inhibitor to innovation and transformation, businesses need a strong network underlay as much as the overlay.
Join us for a fireside chat with GlobalData, VMware and Telstra, to understand the major shifts in corporate networking strategy and how to successfully implement it.
1. Overview of the corporate networking market
2. Current enterprise challenges – enable employees with Work @Home, video conferencing, VOIP calling and benefits of an SD-WAN overlay.
3. Benefits of an SD-WAN underlay with Zero Preventable Downtime risk management
4. Differences between network resiliency and security
5. Modern managed services – what’s changed?
6. What a successful networking strategy looks like
(1) GlobalData Research on ICT Spending: Pre and Post-Covid, 2020. n=4,181
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Jay Thontakudi, Senior Product Marketing Manager at VMware & Rohan Naggi, Senior Technical Product Manager at VMware
VMware SD-WAN™ delivers reliable, secure and efficient branch to cloud connectivity as an integral part of a holistic solution. With the integration of AIOps features, VMware SD-WAN Orchestrator (VCO) and vRealize Network Insights, VMware offers a comprehensive solution that includes correlated end-to-end visibility, actionable insights for self-healing and predictive analysis for proactive resolution. In this session you will learn how VMware SD-WAN delivers an exceptional user experience for real time applications like Horizon VDI.
Pavan Pothuri at VMware and Anand Srinivas at VMware
Come join us to learn about our partnership with Zoom and how VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® can deliver high quality Zoom sessions, even over a congested network. We’ll also walk through how we can help with your business continuity initiatives.
Chris Le, Senior Product Marketing Manager at VMware & Aamer Akhter, Product Line Manager at VMware
With the rise of cloud computing, enterprises can host applications in their data centers and in IaaS and SaaS clouds, enabling their users to access these applications from anywhere. The traditional remote-access VPN solution for applications has a lot of drawbacks in today’s environment and is no longer effective. Enterprises are choosing Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) for adaptable network designs focused on users, identity, and applications. Learn how VMware Secure Access uses ZTNA and a network of worldwide managed service nodes to provide remote users with consistent, optimal, and secure application access.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has had a significant impact on B2B industries in Indonesia. With the 4th largest population in the world, the Indonesian government created very strict policies to control the outbreak, changing the lives of everyone across facets of work, school and daily activities. Under these circumstances, companies must have a digital transformation strategy tailored for their businesses with the ability to save on operational costs, in order to weather the crisis. Learn how VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® can help your business with both digital transformation and cost efficiency.
Chun Wui Tju Senior Manager, SD-WAN Systems Engineering at VMware
Farisi Ghifari, Product Manager, Datacom Planning and Engineering at Lintasarta
Ramnath Shenai, Senior Technical Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
With more than 90% of employees worldwide working from home, the need for better connectivity is greater than ever. Legacy, inflexible WAN technologies like MPLS were never designed for such a distributed workforce. That creates a mismatch between network performance and employees’ end user experiences with their applications.
An over-the-top SD-WAN deployment is a simple and reliable way for end users to take advantage of the cloud, while preserving existing network investment. Making the transition to SD-WAN can seem overwhelming, but it’s really not as complex as you think. VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® was designed with simplicity as a main goal—without sacrificing security, flexibility, or speed.
In this webinar, you’ll learn best practices and recommendations for a successful SD-WAN transformation for both regional and worldwide deployments. We will also show you how VMware SD-WAN can enable your enterprise to adopt work-from-home strategies during these unprecedented times.
Ramnath Shenai, Senior Technical Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
In recent times, speed has become the currency of business, and security threats have multiplied and soared in sophistication—often rendering traditional security deployments insufficient or ineffective. Cloud-delivered security provides a great opportunity for enterprises to strengthen their security posture and quickly deploy the latest defense mechanisms, while at the same time reducing latency and costs.
Join this webinar to learn why security is a vital component during the SD-WAN journey, along with how VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® is adopting a secure access service edge (SASE) approach. VMware SD-WAN provides a best-of-breed approach to security, as well as native security capabilities. We’ll provide an overview of how to transition to cloud security in a complex distributed enterprise environment while addressing the challenges and preserving application performance.
Mr. Asi Christo Pasaribu, VP Product &Solutions, Telkomtelstra and Mr. Chun Wui Tju, Sr. Manager Systems Engineering, VMware
Once your enterprise makes the decision to implement SD-WAN, the question arises: how do you migrate the network infrastructure with minimal disruption to business operations? Having the right technology is important, but it is just as critical to come up with the right strategy of connecting SD-WAN to the existing network. In this webinar, we will cover typical SD-WAN implementation challenges and how to solve them, a step by step guide of how to migrate to VMware SD-WAN and network migration execution use cases.
This webinar will be presented in Bahasa Indonesia.
Ramnath Shenai, Senior Technical Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
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?
This webinar provides a comprehensive set of use cases and common drivers behind enterprises’ transition to VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud.
Michael Leonard, Senior Product Marketing Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
With the ever-changing demands on the healthcare industry, organizations need the ability to provide high quality service for their employees and patients. Healthcare organizations must adhere to strict regulatory compliance for protecting patient data. With outdated IT infrastructure and limited IT staff, this is difficult. A new networking solution is needed and the answer is SD-WAN. With VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud®, healthcare organizations can deploy a secure network that eliminates business-impacting network outages and ensures high quality application performance, while complying with healthcare security regulations.
In this webinar we will discuss:
• 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
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.
Mary Swigart, Global Manager- Network Solutions GE Healthcare & Puneet Shetty, Product Line Manager at Nyansa ,VMware
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.
Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) is the concept of using big data analytics, machine learning, and other advanced technologies to enhance IT operations. Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) research has found that enterprises are applying AIOps solutions to network infrastructure today to enhance service assurance and automation. AIOps technology is applied to 85% of network automation initiatives, and automated change based on analytically-derived insights is the number one use case.
Join EMA Research and VeloCloud, now part of VMware, for a webinar that will explore how enterprises are driving toward self-healing networks with AIOps solutions and transforming network operations.
In this webinar, you will learn how you can:
*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
The impact of cloud computing on enterprise data centers is irreversible. In the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Enterprise Cloud survey, 54% of the IT decision makers agreed to the statement, “the cloud is the most critical part of our digital transformation strategy.” This is not surprising as cloud adoption rates continue to grow every year, with nearly 60% of the IT decision makers indicating they currently use cloud infrastructure as a service in their organization. As enterprises embrace hybrid and multi-cloud architectures to support distributed employees, suppliers and partners, there is an increased focus on application and network security. The traditional wide area network (WAN) architecture with the traffic being backhauled to headquarter location before reaching the end user does not work for the current cloud-centric era. Thanks to software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology, the enterprise WAN can now transform to be more cloud friendly, and user friendly, ensuring anytime, anywhere access to enterprise applications.
As cloud becomes an integral part of your business's digital transformation strategy, you need to redesign your WAN to ensure a successful cloud strategy. Join us on this webinar to learn about the key trends driving enterprise adoption of SD-WAN; the impact of evolving enterprise hybrid IT architecture on the enterprise WAN, and how VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud can help your organization deploy an optimized and secure WAN to support your cloud strategy.
This webinar examines the telco journey to SD-WAN, identifying key success criteria and ingredients to enable enterprises on their road to DX. Several market developments including cloud, IoT, and AI have aggregated to elevate SD-WAN’s role to address customer needs at the edge. The webinar will explore these market developments and the role of technology providers such as VMware in accelerating the telco journey to SD-WAN.
Presented by Ankur Tarnacha, Director at IDC, Sanjay Srinivasan, Chief Architect at Vonage & Sasha Emmerling, Senior Director of Marketing at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Jaspreet Bhatia, Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
IT organizations are adopting multi-cloud architecture to allow applications to run on the best platform, regardless of location. Traditional WAN is unable to support the requirements established by new cloud architectures, and without updating their networks, enterprises cannot take advantage of the benefits of cloud. In response, SD-WAN has become the primary on-ramp for branch and edge communications to and from the cloud. With an architecture built specifically to support cloud migration, SD-WAN platforms enable more secure, reliable, high-quality connectivity to a variety of cloud platforms, including Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud Platform. In this session, we will go into detail on how VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® acts as an enabler for your organization’s multi-cloud strategy, whichever one you use.
Ken Guo, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
As enterprises continue their digital transformation, SD-WAN remains at the forefront of the movement to improve branch and cloud connectivity. As part of this evolution, scaling the SD-WAN network becomes an essential ingredient for a large enterprise deployment. Join us to learn and discuss how VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® simplifies deployment and routing architecture. Topics to be discussed will include: network profiles, hierarchical network design, hub clustering and routing design, and Internet offload.
VMware SD-WAN™ 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.