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A cloud-delivered software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) lowers carbon footprints by deploying fewer branch office devices, using cloud-delivered services and orchestration, sharing resources through virtualization and multi-tenancy, optimizing connectivity and bandwidth efficiency, and reducing cooling and power requirements in the branch office. This is friendly to the environment, and to your IT budget.
Whilst resources must be reduced…….
The corporate green computing directive is clear: dramatically reduce the environmental impact of IT operations. This is a hard job, with harder numbers, which translates in practice to: maintain growth and provide cutting-edge functionality in every branch office — oh, and don’t forget the new ones still to be rolled out — while at the same time delivering 40%, 50%, 60%, 70% improvements on that energy bill. Fortunately, there are numerous trends and technologies available to help you achieve this. Unlike traditional WANs, SD WAN delivers increased network agility and cost reduction.
SD WAN is a service that dynamically enables enterprises to dynamically route traffic across a hybrid WAN based on the current network status.
By replacing traditional routers with appliances that assess and utilize different transport technologies based on their performance, it allows enterprises to route large portions of their traffic over cost effective services such as broadband. QOS sensitive traffic is then routed over MPLS links.
SD WAN is deployed either as a hardware or software based solution or as a hardware/software combination with WAN edge devices placed at branch sites. Devices are centrally managed with routing based on application policies and security rules. These rules can be updated in real time as the network requirements change.
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Benefits for SD WAN
SD-WAN solutions provide the software abstraction to create a network overlay and decouple network software services from the underlying hardware.
Over Hybrid or Internet links with direct, secure access to enterprise and cloud applications. SD-WAN provides consolidated monitoring and visibility across multiple WAN links and service providers.
Deliver Hybrid WAN with ease and enable branch offices with ordinary broadband as enterprise-grade WAN.
Enable multiple links, devices and services to coexist and interoperate with incumbent solutions and make the branch agile. APIs enable integration into various management and reporting systems deployed by enterprises today.
Provision branch offices faster with automated zero-touch deployment, simplified configuration, orchestration and on-going monitoring with centralized troubleshooting tools. Simplify branch infrastructure with the ability to insert network services on the branch edge, in the cloud or in the regional and enterprise data centres.
An MPLS circuit is expensive. It also requires a custom install to your branch office location. Connecting instead via LTE requires no additional cabling footprint over the pre-existing regional cellular infrastructure. Broadband reuses pre-existing urban cabling. An SD-WAN provides enterprise-grade application access, security and network response times to your branch offices independent of the physical transport. The SD-WAN load-shares and optimizes available bandwidth, provides optimal traffic delivery to cloud applications, and phases out the footprint of traffic backhauled via your data centre.