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Debunking SD-WAN Myths for Effective Enterprise Network Transformation

Many enterprises are currently on a trajectory for virtualizing their network services. There is a clear evolution path emerging - one that is taking customers from their legacy IP and Ethernet VPNs towards Hybrid VPNs - whereby the Internet is increasingly taking traffic loads and must be business-grade, and then towards SDN/NFV.

The next phase of the customer WAN journey is already underway for many enterprises. SD-WAN services are now available from a large variety of suppliers including telcos, systems integrators, platform developers, hardware vendors, cloud providers and software developers. The SD-WAN term has become a huge buzzword gleefully bandied about by many in technology, but what are the real underlying issues that enterprises must consider? How can enterprises guarantee a consistent customer experience for application and network performance across the distributed WAN locations?

Join Joel Stradling - Global Data’s Research Director for Global Managed and Hosted IT Services, and Peter Juffernholz – Senior Network Executive from Tata Communications in a live webinar. Joel and Peter will examine the SD-WAN transformation customer journey to provide insights about what might be the right fit for your enterprise and to de-bunk marketing myths.

Takeaways from this webcast:
-Key reasons why enterprises are deploying SD-WAN
-Debunking SD-WAN myths with our feet-on-the-ground reality check
-How do you determine which SD-WAN model is right for your enterprise?
-Technical and business considerations while evaluating managed SD-WAN providers
-Deploying an SD-WAN in phases
Recorded Sep 28 2017 61 mins
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Joel Stradling, Research Director, Global Data, Peter Juffernholz, Associate VP Global Network Services, TATA Communications
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  • Debunking SD-WAN Myths for Effective Enterprise Network Transformation Recorded: Sep 28 2017 61 mins
    Joel Stradling, Research Director, Global Data, Peter Juffernholz, Associate VP Global Network Services, TATA Communications
    Many enterprises are currently on a trajectory for virtualizing their network services. There is a clear evolution path emerging - one that is taking customers from their legacy IP and Ethernet VPNs towards Hybrid VPNs - whereby the Internet is increasingly taking traffic loads and must be business-grade, and then towards SDN/NFV.

    The next phase of the customer WAN journey is already underway for many enterprises. SD-WAN services are now available from a large variety of suppliers including telcos, systems integrators, platform developers, hardware vendors, cloud providers and software developers. The SD-WAN term has become a huge buzzword gleefully bandied about by many in technology, but what are the real underlying issues that enterprises must consider? How can enterprises guarantee a consistent customer experience for application and network performance across the distributed WAN locations?

    Join Joel Stradling - Global Data’s Research Director for Global Managed and Hosted IT Services, and Peter Juffernholz – Senior Network Executive from Tata Communications in a live webinar. Joel and Peter will examine the SD-WAN transformation customer journey to provide insights about what might be the right fit for your enterprise and to de-bunk marketing myths.

    Takeaways from this webcast:
    -Key reasons why enterprises are deploying SD-WAN
    -Debunking SD-WAN myths with our feet-on-the-ground reality check
    -How do you determine which SD-WAN model is right for your enterprise?
    -Technical and business considerations while evaluating managed SD-WAN providers
    -Deploying an SD-WAN in phases
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