When TeleGeography started tracking the SD-WAN market in 2017, we found dozens of vendors with a service they were calling "SD-WAN." But are all of these services created equal? What does it take for your solution to qualify as SD-WAN?
Today we pull back and discuss SD-WAN definitions and certification.
Greg aims to better understand the exact definition of SD-WAN and how related certifications can benefit both end-users and managed service providers. And for that, we're so glad to welcome a true expert on this topic, Marc Cohn, Principal Technology Strategist at Spirent.
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From This Episode
Insights into MEF’s SD-WAN Standard blog series:
- Part One: Overview
- Part Two: Technical Approach
- Part Three: Application Security Project
- Part Four: MEF SD-WAN Certification Program
- Part Five: MEF SD-WAN Certification Turns 1—Lessons Learned from the Industry’s First SD-WAN Standard
- Part Six: MEF Jumps on the SASE Bandwagon
- Part Seven: SD-WAN Deployment Challenges and How to Overcome Them
- Four New SD-WAN Findings for 2021
- Search SD-WAN Vendor Profiles in Our Free Downloadable Guide
- WAN Manager Podcast 102: The SD-WAN Marketplace of Ideas
- More SD-WAN Adoption, More Data on a Changing Marketplace
- A Primer For Anyone Who Has Ever Googled “What is SD-WAN?"
- WAN Pricing Mythbusters
- Wargaming Your WAN
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Greg is Senior Manager, Enterprise Research at TeleGeography. He's spent the last decade and a half at TeleGeography developing many of our pricing products and reports about enterprise networks. He is a frequent speaker at conferences about corporate wide area networks and enterprise telecom services. He also hosts the WAN Manager Podcast.