Software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) is a computerized and programmed method of controlling commercial network connection and circuit costs. It translates software-defined networking (SDN) into a solution that enables businesses to quickly deploy a smart hybrid wide-area network (WAN).
Moreover, SD-WAN helps you efficiently and cost-effectively administer applications in the cloud as well as in other domains. Traffic is routed automatically and dynamically via the most efficient wide area network (WAN) channel given the present network circumstances, the quality-of-service (QoS) needs of the applications sending and receiving traffic, and the cost of the circuit.
Here are some important steps that every NetOps team should take to make sure an SD-WAN deployment goes well:
Identify Who Will Manage SD-WAN
After you’ve determined that SD WAN is the best choice for your organization and that it meets the recommendations of your procurement team, you’ll need to select whether your team or a managed service provider will design, purchase, install, and eventually manage your system.…Continue reading