SD-WAN migration



  • Every thriving business relies on the network to manage high bandwidth applications and support increased data consumption. Thatโ€™s why every business must stay competitive by focusing on virtualizing their network and maintaining a secure and scalable connection.

    Instead of routing traffic just based on addresses, an SD-WAN is application-aware, it uses software to steer traffic more intelligently and efficiently across the wide-area network based on the business requirement of an application.

    Even though it is proved to be effective and efficient there are some challenges that need to be tackled. For a small scale business what are such challenges?


  • LAYER 8 Rebel Alliance

    Is this SPAM or what is your point?

    -Rico



  • @Rico said in SD-WAN migration:

    Is this SPAM or what is your point?

    -Rico

    No.

    I am an MBA student in systems. Hopw I can gather some info for my assignment.


  • Netgate Administrator

    You could check the article the question came from:
    [link removed - seems spammy in retrospect] ๐Ÿ˜‰

    But I would argue the biggest challenge for a small business is seeing through the marketing BS that surrounds SD-WAN.
    Most things you read are 90% buzz words, like that article is. Except there they have even managed to define the acronym wrong: "SD-WAN or Software-Defined Wireless Area Networking". ๐Ÿ™„

    Given that I would ignore everything else in it!

    Steve



  • @stephenw10

    Thank you for sharing the link. It has been a help for my work.

    I have come across the original content of the blog. Here it is.
    [link removed]


  • Netgate Administrator

    Mmm, that article appears to have been posted to a number of places but it looks like spam in all of them.

    What is your 'assignment' here that seems to be based on a blog post? ๐Ÿ˜•

    Steve



  • @sujith_28 I have shared that link only because of the author name are same and the blogs talk about the same content.


  • Netgate Administrator

    Ok. The first, and probably hardest, part of this 'assignment' is defining what SD-WAN actually is.

    Steve


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