SD-WAN makes the typical networks “agile” from “fragile”. It is actually an innovative networking technology of building and managing the overall WAN with encryption and complete data security. It’s the easiest way to routing in the cloud network. In fact, SD-WAN is the ground level in this vast world of cloud networking. Therefore, it’s essential that you must be aware of how SD-WAN works to match the pace of today’s networking requirements. SD-WAN is defined as the “Software-Defined” Wide Area Network- since often, the programmatic interfaces are integrated within these solutions for overall functioning. The best part is that ...Read more
What is Link Balancing? Link Balancing or Link Load Balancing is a networking approach to managing inbound and outbound traffic requests over various ISP (Internet Service Provider) links, to ensure the internet continuity, even when the ISP outages. And, to execute this function, a Link Balancer comes in. Link Balancer or Link Load Balancer is a networking device that intelligently analyzes the ISP WAN links and, makes sure that all links will make most of them. It, actually, takes control of the traffic that is initiated from one of the LANs and steps out via one of the WANs. ...Read more
Today, the higher bandwidth and data consumption have become the need of an hour. Especially during the peak hours, it’s quite arduous to manage bandwidth distribution over WAN. This is the reason that SD-WAN has become an imperative business component that helps businesses stay forefront by getting victory over bandwidth mismanagement. SD-WAN is, in fact, the way to every single thing- from WAN connection to deployment to monitoring to overall centralized management. If you want to know the nitty-gritty of SD-WAN, the SD-WAN Definitive Guide is there to answer your every query. Since it’s all about the enterprise's networking ...Read more
Enterprises are revolving around different business strategies and new technologies to be ahead in the game. Whether it is cloud or SaaS, mobility, BYOD, network security, or unified communications- every entrepreneur is in search of the best and latest tech. Among which, the cloud is most eminent. It has gifted certain presents to the clan of businessmen- easy data transfer among intra-geographical locations, ease of storage, etc. Along with these advantages of the cloud, its security plays an equally important role. Here enters SD-WAN, which provides: Granular SecurityAgile NetworkBetter SpeedLow Operating CostHigher UX, etc. No doubt, SD-WAN is a ...Read more
CostQoS (Quality of Service)Safe Cloud Usage These three factors are defined as VPN+SD-WAN, or SD-WAN is just an attempt to “re-brand” VPN. It is marked as the advanced enterprise-grade VPN to differentiate it from legacy VPNs. In fact, here we are going to discuss the facts about SD-WAN vs VPN. But, first let's travel into the past. If we travel a few years back, then VPN was a significant part of networking security. Its property of traffic encryption makes it a level above than others. It, actually, extends the corporate network via encrypted connections across the internet. Since it’s ...Read more
Round the Clock- Unified Communication is helping businesses in many ways. Ranging from a voice call to video to live chat to screen sharing to webinars, UC is proving its worth at every edge of the communications network. Staffing it in your enterprise’s strategies will certainly make your communications stable and seamless. However, with the increase in higher bandwidth demand, unified communication faces a lot of hurdles in its way. You can’t take overall charge of the network and the transmitted data. Under such conflicting circumstances, you need the solution through which you can take charge over the data ...Read more
With changing business requirements and to keep in pace with the fast-transforming world, there is a need to distant oneself from the traditional approaches and make a move towards newer ones. This blog aims to tell how the newer wide area network approach (SD-WAN technology) is on the upper-ground as compared to the traditional MPLS. Traditional MPLS & its Pros and Cons MPLS stands for Multiprotocol Label Switching; is a routing technique used in high-performing networks that redefines traffic flows across enterprises WAN and service provider networks, to avoid complex lookups in the routing table. It is a technique ...Read more
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