When rolling out software-defined WAN, you’ll need to consider the current makeup of your branch offices. For instance, are applications on-site or in the cloud?
Cost, complexity, security, training, troubleshooting and software bugs are some of the top SD-WAN challenges. Discover more about these issues and how to offset them.
SD-WAN can use load balancing for WAN connections, but it doesn’t require load balancing to work. Compare some of the similarities and differences between the two.
In the new year, will networking have 20/20 vision? The success of some enterprise networking trends will be clear, while others have a blurry outlook.
Despite the software-centric nature of software-defined WAN, certain SD-WAN devices are still required to help transport traffic and complete network connections.
While a bridge and router share some similarities, the difference between a bridge and router is significant, including how the devices interpret network connections.
The battle between VPN vs. SD-WAN returns. In this clash, see how realistic SD-WAN appliances are for remote and mobile workers compared to VPN connections.
A few SD-WAN certifications do exist, but they’re heavily focused on specific vendors and their respective products. Find out why market-wide certs are unlikely.
While comparing traditional WAN vs. SD-WAN, network professionals can see the many benefits of SD-WAN, including centralized control and dynamic traffic management.
SD-WAN can simplify the deployment and management of new branch WANs, but there are some key configuration and technical choices you must make to get started.