Delivering increased bandwidth to meet SaaS and cloud services growth is expensive, time consuming and comes with long lead times.
Traditional WAN designs are optimized to backhaul branch traffic to data centers using closed networks and restrictive class-of-service assignments.
More distributed sites and remote workers, agility demands for existing offices, and cloud service adoption make the WAN complex to deploy, upgrade, and manage.
Risk of Security Breaches
Unsecured Internet and compromised transactions leave the network open to intrusion, result in data breaches, and can expose customer information.
How We Can Help
CLOUD: Internet-Only SD-WAN
Deploy VMware SD-WAN with Internet links only. Aggregate multiple internet links into a pool of resources to optimize connectivity and reliability across the branch network. Securely access SaaS applications, IaaS providers, and the data center on internet links with VMware SD-WAN’s built-in security features such as stateful firewall and VPN, end-to-end encryption, and cloud security.
CLOUD: Hybrid SD-WAN
Deploy VMware SD-WAN across a branch network with existing MPLS and Internet links. Aggregate WAN links into a virtual unified pool of resources to optimize existing links and bandwidth. Ensure app performance, decrease latency with DMPO and deep application recognition. Improve reliability, enhance user experience, securely access cloud resources, and centrally manage security across the network.
ON-PREMISES: Hybrid SD-WAN
Deploy VMware SD-WAN across the branch network with existing WAN links. Host the VMware SD-WAN Orchestrator, Edge, and Controller on-premises for comprehensive control and compliance. Securely access SaaS applications, IaaS providers, and the enterprise data center from the branch by connecting to the on-premises VMware SD-WAN Edge Hub.
[SD-WAN is] more redundant, more cost-effective, and by no way, shape or means less effective than MPLS.
Case Studies: Small and Medium Companies
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Speeds COVID-19 Testing Site Rollouts with VMware SD-WAN
Non-profit health organization uses VMware SD-WAN in an agile, repeatable model for testing and care at remote sites.
No Power, No Carrier Line, No Problem with SD-WAN
Traditional MPLS was preventing Salon Service Group from deploying stores quickly and gaining network visibility. SD-WAN changed all that.
Software-Defined Wide Area Network for Multi-location Bookseller
With a reliance on high quality voice services, MPLS presented too many outages but with SD-WAN high QoS becomes a reality.
Growing Veggies, Growing an Empire
A fragmented IT network began to impact productivity and the supply chain, forcing Spudshed to seek out SD-WAN.
SD-WAN: The Case for Caring Communication in Healthcare
Striving to provide its healthcare residents happy, Hall & Prior chose Macquarie Telecom to eliminate outages and improve network connectivity.
Eliminating Network Outages to Better Serve Insurance Carriers and Customers
Recurring network outages meant lost revenue and connectivity to global carriers. SD-WAN changed that.
Multiple Divisions Transmitting Terabyte-sized Files is No Match for SD-WAN
With network inefficiencies impacting its productivity, The Kleingers Group knew it needed to make a change to keep up with its growing business.
Rethinking the WAN to Efficiently and Securely Connect Offices, Remote Workers
To better serve its legal customers, SmithAmundsen transformed its business and standardized the environment with SD-WAN.
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