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Friday, May 24th, 2019

WAN technology and management

Architecting an Application-Driven WAN Edge

The time has come to move beyond the manual device-by-device confguration of traditional routers with an arcane CLI toward a centralized, simplifed and automated GUI-based point-and-click approach in which you confgure once and deploy across all sites. An advanced SD-WAN solution makes the traditional router obsolete, eliminating their associated rigidity, complexity and expense.
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Architecting an Application-Driven WAN Edge

The time has come to move beyond the manual device-by-device confguration of traditional routers with an arcane CLI toward a centralized, simplifed and automated GUI-based point-and-click approach in which you confgure once and deploy across all sites. An advanced SD-WAN solution makes the traditional router obsolete, eliminating their associated rigidity, complexity and expense.
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Wayne’s Vlog Series – Episode 3: Straight to the Cloud

Is there a way to securely connect users to the cloud directly from branch offices? With a Silver Peak-driven SD-WAN Edge, companies can securely connect users directly from branch sites to the cloud, or automatically service chain traffic to industry-leading security infrastructure and services for further inspection, all in accordance with centrally-defined security policies.

How SD-WAN is impacting global enterprise WAN strategies

This document is a recent end-user survey conducted by Frost & Sullivan, on behalf of Silver Peak, offers deep insights into IT decision makers’ mindset regarding SD-WAN.
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Top 10 reasons to replace your branch router with SD-WAN

Traditional WAN-centric architectures were not designed for today's cloud-first enterprises. This eBook outlines the top 10 reasons to replace your branch routers with an application-driven SD-WAN edge.
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Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 9: Sub-par SaaS Performance

In the form of the iconic David Letterman Top Ten List segment from his former Late Show, Silver Peak is counting down the Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router. 

Silver Peak EdgeConnect Delivers Reliable High-Quality VoIP Performance Over Consumer Broadband; Earns Miercom Performance Verification Certification

Leading network test lab puts Silver Peak's EdgeConnect through its paces; maintains toll-quality VoIP service over broadband, even with more than 55 percent packet loss. 

Say goodbye to manual programming

Just about anything you are doing manually can be centrally automated: configuring network topology, defining network and security policies for internet traffic, pushing consistent configurations out to all the sites across your WAN, and more. With an application-driven SD-WAN Edge from Silver Peak, you can pretty much automate the configuration of all your sites centrally, and monitor your WAN in real time.

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 10: It’s Getting Cloudy

Borrowing from the iconic David Letterman Top Ten List segment from his former Late Show, this new blog series will countdown the Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router.

How SD-WAN is Impacting Global Enterprises’ WAN Strategies

In a recently conducted global end-user survey by Frost & Sullivan including 850 enterprise IT decision makers from eight countries and five key industries, SD-WAN emerged as a top three technology priority in the next 12-24 months along with hybrid cloud services and network and application security. The survey revealed that 33 percent of enterprises have deployed or are in the process of deploying SD-WAN while 61 percent intend to deploy SD-WAN in the next 24 months.