It May be Time for a WAN Change
How much has your WAN grown? Is it still just a few point-to-point connections between branch offices and the enterprise data center, or has it evolved into something more complex, serving an ever-expanding mix of users, applications, devices and locations through the cloud? Have your network monitoring and remote server configuration capabilities kept up? Probably not. Administrators are finding they no longer have total visibility into key performance metrics and analytics as many of their on-premises network monitoring tools do not transfer to the cloud.
So how can administrators continue to monitor network performance, optimize traffic loads and efficiently manage remote appliance configuration changes after some or all of their infrastructure has migrated to the cloud? Those needs simply don’t vanish because the network moved off-premises. The answer is SD-WAN, a centralized portal for complete network control and monitoring through the cloud. In our latest white paper, The Software-Defined-WAN: A Technology Whose Time Has Come, you’ll learn about why your business needs SD-WAN, how to tell when you’re ready for it, and some tips for the best way to go about implementation.