What is SD-WAN?
Learn about the capabilities you should expect to find in a full-featured SD-WAN design and how these features operate within the larger Secure SD-WAN architecture.
Futuriom outlines the market trends for SD-WAN in their June 2020 report and provides their predictions for growth and change in the space.
NTT Communications and Versa Networks provide McLaren with reliability, security, stability, and flexible management of their data traffic flows so they can set up a secure, optimized network connectivity in preparation of race weekend.
Learn about the Versa Secure SD-WAN solution in a high-level, one minute overview.
Versa Secure SD-WAN is a single software platform that offers multi-layered security and enables multi-cloud connectivity for Enterprises.
If a company this size can successfully deploy a Secure SD-WAN, then the early adopter phase must be long over. It is. Mainstream companies like Fiserv are now deploying SD-WAN technology to manage—or survive—this era of rapid digital transformation. Which is not necessarily super-disruptive: SD-WAN technology is replete with capabilities to curtail WAN-refresh pain: pervasive automation; overlay/underlay architectures; segmentation of data, control and management planes; gateways. But it’s still not a walk in the park. Adopting an SD-WAN is a major shift in architecture and operation. Ingredients for success demand technology, features and capabilities—these must meet your cost, functional and technical requirements. Yet it is equally essential for you to do meticulous research into requirements, cross-team collaboration, rigorous vendor evaluation, and to arrive at an unambiguous definition of your minimum viable product—the minimum capabilities you must deploy in the first phase. Nothing more, nothing less. Don’t do everything up front: first the must-haves, and later the would-be-nices.Fiserv has a vast network and traditional architectures no longer make sense in the global digital economy: things like central data centers, branch offices, fixed MPLS links, hub-and-spoke traffic flows, hardware EOS/EOL death marches. Fiserv clients are cloud-hosted, traffic traverses clouds, sometimes the cloud is the transport, network functions are deployed as VNFs where and when they’re needed and scaled appropriately, everything is automated and monitoring and analytics must be at the fingertips.After stringent vendor selection, Fiserv selected Versa Networks as their Secure SD-WAN vendor of choice and has already completed the deployment to a significant degree. Key factors in their vendor choice and rollout success included several items.
Watch this informative webinar now. It sparkles with tips and discussion about the Fiserv evaluation and deployment of a Versa Secure SD-WAN—presented by Kelly Ahuja, CEO of Versa Networks, and Michael Wynston, Director of Fiserv. Hosted by ONUG.
Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant report analyzes the various vendors in the WAN edge market and Versa is positioned as a Leader.