Accelerating Digital Transformation with Secure SD-WAN
On-Demand Webinar (58 minutes)
with Michael Wynston, Director of Network and Architecture at Fiserv
Every organization aspires to become a digital enterprise and moving to multiple public clouds is a key component of a digital transformation journey. However, it’s not necessarily motivated by cost reduction or gaining instantaneous compute and storage capacity, but rather it’s motivated by virtualized services, or the need for flexible and scalable CRM, UCaaS and other real-time application services that business units are using to gain the digital transformation effect.
The Wide Area Network (WAN) or edge network has been the anchor of distributed computing organizations worldwide for decades, but the imperative to adopt multi-cloud and SaaS with embedded security, both on premises and cloud-based, are the core underpinnings of the contemporary digital Enterprise.
However, the WAN edge digital journey to multi-cloud adds newfound complexity to conventional networking and security infrastructure. To deliver business agility with the highest network availability and uniform security, a superior application user quality of experience and resilient, redundant WAN performance requires a reimagination of the corporate network edge.
Join Versa and Fiserv as senior executives outline two distinct journeys of successfully deploying the optimal solution for the new WAN and key criteria for qualifying Secure SD-WAN in support of digital transformation strategies.
- What are the design and operational considerations for Secure SD-WAN?
- Benefits to managed Secure SD-WAN vs DIY given the diverse range of enterprise business drivers, architectural preferences, and operations structures
- Architectural options for deploying security for a multi-cloud/SaaS enterprise
What You’ll Learn
- How to determine the right consumption model: DIY or Managed SD-WAN
- Why Secure SD-WAN is foundational to edge connectivity and application services
- Strategic imperatives to driving digital transformation strategies with a fully virtualized edge network