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What’s the truth about SD-WAN? This Ecessa technology report defines SD-WAN and illustrates network improvements using customer Proof-of-Concept data and graphs.
Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) includes options for prioritizing and routing different types of network traffic for optimal application and network performance. Learn four methods available through Ecessa WANworX SD-WAN technology.
The Internet has become an essential part of conducting business and communicating with customers, partners, and employees. Making sure you have dual internet connections and a device that provides network failover not only assures connectivity when a network outage occurs but also provides improved network performance and traffic management when both links are performing well.
Many challenges can arise when delivering applications over the WAN, including lack of sufficient bandwidth and latency issues. A WAN Optimization device can improve a network’s performance and also deliver a high-availability and reliable connection.
With today’s heavy reliance on the Internet and Cloud Computing, having a plan in place to keep your business up and running in the event of a disaster or an inevitable Internet outage is critical. Utilizing redundant, disparate WAN connections with a WAN Optimization or Virtualization controller is an essential element for dealing with reliability and performance issues.
Examine considerations, concerns and solutions for network architecture in a distributed branch office environment, where Never Down access to resources is critical.
As companies move increasing amounts of applications and other systems off-site to cloud environments, administrators must ensure that there is adequate bandwidth to support all the online applications employees require in their day-to-day activities. This and other top IT pain points.
With the emergence of the cloud and tools such as e-Learning, reliance on and the importance of a company’s wide area network (WAN) and available bandwidth has increased significantly.
Businesses that have remote offices and a distributed workforce have realized the importance of data transfer and secure sharing of resources. While MPLS offers many benefits to this situation, WAN Virtualization enables other network architectures that present economical, secure, reliable and more flexible alternatives.
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