Limited bandwidth and inefficient routing lead to poor performance for cloud applications.
Legacy WANs backhaul Internet traffic to the data center over expensive and slow-to-provision links.
Legacy private lines lack the necessary bandwidth for accessing applications in the cloud.
Private WAN links are slow to provision and difficult to configure.
Hybrid WAN using Internet breakout at the branch office gives organizations a direct connection to the cloud, avoiding backhauling to the data center over private WAN links. A mix of public Internet with private circuits for enterprise WAN transport gives organizations more network uptime while cutting the costs of the traditional, MPLS-driven WAN.
SD-WAN enables the use of dual links using any connection type. Dynamic Multipath Optimization™ technology brings enterprise-grade performance and availability, as well as visibility and control, to commodity broadband Internet connections.
SD-WAN delivers optimization, along with all other network services, in a single VMware SD-WAN Edge appliance at the branch. Virtualized services remotely provisioned to this Edge simplify and speed up network services deployment versus using a stack of hardware appliances.
Distributed cloud gateways—as a service—ensure an optimum path to the cloud. This distributed network scales automatically and provides redundancy to ensure performance and reliability.
Learn more about the aspects of this technology that make it a strong choice for modern networks.