SD-WAN: From Branch Connectivity to Universal Fabric
Scott Raynovich, Founder and Principal Analyst, Futuriom and Patrick McCabe, Marketing Director, Nuage Networks
About this talk
SD-WAN has evolved dramatically over the last decade. What started as a technology to enable cost efficient branch-to-branch WAN connectivity, its journey progressed to include the support of direct branch-to-cloud connectivity, home teleworking, and more recently security and value-added service consumption hosted at the cloud edge. What remained constant throughout this journey is Nuage Network’s approach to support this evolution by empowering Managed Service Providers with a “Universal Fabric” that removes integration barriers to meet best-in-breed network and security requirements for each enterprise customer.
In this presentation, the evolution of SD-WAN will be detailed along Nuage Network’s approach to support this evolution. Futuriom’s recent report, Trends Driving Value-added Services for SD-WAN, will be referenced extensively.
Nuage Networks VNS delivers SD-WAN 2.0 functionality that transcends connectivity to deliver enterprise IT services across the entire network spanning the physical branches, data centers, private clouds and the leading public cloud platforms, all from a single IT governance and control model.…