A shift to hybrid WAN could yield substantial savings, even though it would be a complex undertaking for the global logistics company DHL, explained Head of Network Architecture Michael Becerra in a presentation at WAN Summit Singapore.
Our latest WAN Summit Singapore blended big ideas with real-world solutions as we heard from WAN experts across the globe.
In particular, there were some fantastic ideas shared for WAN managers in the midst of a hybrid WAN adoption. We cherry-picked some of our top tips/quotes/ideas from those who have done it all before (and lived to tell the tale). Watch 'em below.
Autodesk, a 130-location multi-national software company, relies on the cloud to support many applications. This requires connectivity to the Azure, Office 365, and Amazon web services.
Until recently, all Autodesk locations relied on MPLS connectivity to a company data center.
More bandwidth. Better performance. More flexibility.
We’ve been accustomed to thinking of these as trade-offs when it comes to wide area networking (WAN). However, enterprises are increasingly maximizing all three factors, as a panel at WAN Summit San Jose illustrated.
If you’ve got 15 minutes, we’ve got a host of wide area network (WAN) pricing and cloud connectivity trends to share.
As enterprises migrate to hybrid WANs, they also need to rethink security and monitoring.
A panel of experts offered their advice on these issues at April’s WAN Summit New York in a session titled WAN Monitoring and Security: Utilizing WAN Acceleration/Optimization, Cloud Security and Performance Data in the New Hybrid WAN.
TeleGeography’s Global Enterprise Networks (GEN) has become Cloud and WAN Infrastructure. Here's what you need to know.
Enterprise demand for bandwidth is climbing. (Take VWR’s Sen Chokkan, who says he’s seen bandwidth use increase 10 percent each month.) Offices are leaning more on applications and customers are expecting more cloud-based services.
The recent State of the WAN report by Aryaka, an SD-WAN company, underscored just how much enterprise traffic has exploded—and where.
As a WAN manager, how do you ensure your business has an available, reliable, and secure network when the nature of the workplace is always changing?
The budget-conscious WAN managers of the world know that connectivity costs change all the time. During WAN Summit New York in April, our own Michael Bisaha shared a few ideas with attendees for staying on top of these ever-changing expenses.