Ramnath Shenai, Senior Technical Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
The SD-WAN revolution is here. But what are the critical features of an SD-WAN solution that help organizations transform their enterprise networks? With more than sixty vendors who claim to sell SD-WAN, how do you choose a winner?
A robust SD-WAN solution should accommodate a variety of use cases and perform well in scaled environments. Because the majority of SD-WAN deployments are brownfield and no customer wants to rip and replace their current infrastructure, it’s important to select an SD-WAN solution that can address this scenario.
How does VMware SD-WAN™ by VeloCloud® solve these customer concerns? What are the unique features it offers that will help transform your enterprise network? Join this session to find out.
Lee Doyle, Principal Analyst at Doyle Research & Rosa Lear, Director of Marketing at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
SD-WAN technology is becoming widely deployed to enable quality of user experience, increased WAN bandwidth and support for IoT applications. IT organizations should select SD-WAN solutions based on their ability to support multi-cloud (e.g. 1 click access), application performance at scale, and security (both native and via partnership). In this webinar, industry analyst and Principal Analyst at Doyle Research, Lee Doyle, shares his perspective on the accelerated evolution of SD-WAN to support changing business requirements including: multi- and hybrid cloud, client-to-cloud-to-container, native advanced security, and hyperscale.
Peter Sheh, Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Dynamic Multipath Optimization™, cloud web security, zero touch deployment, data segments and business policies...OH MY! SD-WAN can be an overwhelming topic when you’re just getting started. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Come join us for this interactive webinar where we’ll provide easy-peasy answers to the fundamental questions you should consider when thinking about SD-WAN!
Michael Leonard, Product Marketing Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
SD-WAN is changing the way that organizations run their business. The continuum it offers enables new and enhanced offerings to become available that simplify, expand, and optimize all network activity.
In this webinar, we’ll explore how SD-WAN architecture provides the flexibility needed to make the necessary enhancements. Which includes enablement of secure transport, expanding bandwidth for multiple applications, video offerings, and enabling sophisticated analytics, all while turning the network into a profit center.
Steve Woo, Co-Founder and Senior Director of Product Management at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Digital transformation has fundamentally changed how organizations across the globe conduct business. The success of an enterprise’s digital transformation will ultimately determine the rise or fall of that organization.
While IT transformation—the enabler of digital transformation—is easily identifiable in enterprise data centers, branch offices have started to catch up. SD-WAN is the platform that leads enterprise edge transformation — the next frontier of IT transformation.
What are the top concerns of CIOs when it comes to the edge transformation? What are the tools and best practices available from a CIO perspective? Join this webinar to hear Steve Woo, co-founder of VeloCloud, now part of VMware, discuss SD-WAN architecture, deployment models, and emerging features, and how SD-WAN is a transformative tool that helps organizations add customer value, improve economics, and mitigate risks while reducing costs.
Steve Woo,Co-founder and Senior Director of Product Management at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Enterprises are transforming their business to stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing digital world and IT must keep pace with these evolving business requirements. Enterprise WAN is no exception--enterprise IT must transform the WAN edge to be the cloud and compute edge, to ensure end-to-end application performance and continuity, and to do all of this and more in an agile, scalable, secure and cost-effective fashion.
SD-WAN has emerged as the enabler of WAN transformation. It has quickly evolved in a few short years from a connectivity infrastructure to a services platform. An ideal SD-WAN platform must encompass built-in and extensible security, support services such as analytics and application performance monitoring, an optimized migration path to a hybrid/multi-cloud strategy, and much more.
Join this webinar to learn more about the vision and evolution of SD-WAN as a platform, and why VMware is the undisputed leader to deliver this vision. Steve Woo, senior director of product and co-founder of VeloCloud, now part of VMware, will share his insights based on years of experience in the SD-WAN space.
Jaspreet Bhatia, Senior Technical Product Manager at VeloCloud, now part of VMware
Digital transformation is driving large-scale changes to WAN architectures. SD-WAN is an integral part of this movement, simplifying branch office networking and assuring optimal application performance. VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud has been recognized by Gartner as a leader in this space.
Join this webinar to learn the best practices and key use cases of the leading solution in SD-WAN.
Discover why companies are adopting VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud as a low-cost solution to accommodate the changing infrastructure requirements as applications, compute and storage are increasingly shifting to public or hybrid clouds.
Join this webinar to learn about the benefits of VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud, the capabilities it provides as a leader in the space, and best practices of a top notch SD-WAN deployment.
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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