SD-WAN: Control provider sprawl when adding transport links

SD-WAN: Create Redundant Connections, but Avoid the Sprawl

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SD-WAN technology plays well with existing last-mile connections – like a private WAN connection delivered to an office through MPLS services – and it allows enterprises to use more than one type of transport link. But beware of provider sprawl.

In this expert e-guide, John Burke, CIO and principal research analyst of Nemertes Research, discusses how last-mile connections work with SD-WAN deployments.

Get tips on how to improve last-mile connections with redundancy that prevents unexpected network downtime, but without falling prey to uncontrolled provider sprawl. 

Vendor:
VMware and Intel
Posted:
04 Dec 2018
Published:
29 Nov 2018
Format:
PDF
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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