SD-WAN Industry Benefits

SD-WAN BENEFITS – INDUSTRY BENEFITS

Secure SD-WAN provides significant benefits to enterprises within diverse industries. These benefits include operational improvements, lower network costs, simplified deployment, management and monitoring, and secure connectivity to HQ data centers, multi-clouds, and branch-to-branch.

SD-WAN BENEFITS FOR ARCHITECTURE

Architectural firms with employees in remote branches and temporary pop-up offices, rely upon the WAN to collaborate, share AutoCad files, and backup files in HQ data centers and at cloud services. Managing client and project data is of critical importance.
Slow network performance, or a network failure, can cost the firm thousands of dollars. To avoid this potential for disaster, architectural firms need cost-effective, simplified, fast, reliable and secure WAN connectivity. Particularly for remote locations accessing a central HQ data center or cloud for backup and replication.

WANs are an integral part of an architectural company’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many firms are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new offices, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

Versa SD-WAN simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables architectural firms to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS FOR CONSTRUCTION

Making sure customers are satisfied, and employees and contractors are productive requires a high-performance, reliable WAN. But as the business grows, more branch offices, and temporary construction trailers are added, and more employees and applications begin to place a strain on the network. Scaling WAN infrastructure to support a growing business soon becomes a critical business concern.

Slow network performance, or a network failure, can potentially cost the firm thousands of dollars. To avoid this potential for disaster, construction companies need cost-effective, simplified, reliable and secure WAN connectivity.

WANs are an integral part of a construction company’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many firms are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new offices, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

Secure SD-WAN   simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables construction companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Secure SD-WANb applications are changing the educational experience and improving the way educational institutions work. K-12, college and university campuses are increasingly reliant upon the Internet to provide information and learning tools to students and faculty.

While campus IT departments work hard at accommodating the needs of their diverse users, the growing IT complexity poses many challenges. Not only do they need to prioritize critical applications, they must also contend with streaming video, social networking applications and mobile devices. Campus network users, parents and faculty, with smartphones, laptops and tablets are quickly gobbling up network bandwidth.

Making sure these diverse users have a quality experience requires a high-performance, reliable WAN. But as more applications are deployed, and new cloud apps are accessed, they begin to place a strain on the network. Scaling WAN infrastructure to support a growing number of applications soon becomes a critical concern.

Today’s Internet-connected world places greater pressure on traditional WANs that can’t keep up with cloud and mobile technologies. They lack reliable cloud access, agile and responsive connectivity, and cost-effective bandwidth.

Cloud-delivered learning Management Systems must always be available, and applications need to be delivered reliably, to ensure users aren’t frustrated when applications don’t load quickly, because of a slow or failed network. Secure SD-WAN makes applications run faster, safer, and more reliably. Secure SD-WAN deliver a quality experience for all application users. Secure SD-WAN gives you the freedom to adopt the application delivery infrastructure you need, without sacrificing performance, security, reliability or control.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables educational institutions to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS ENERGY COMPANIES

Energy companies are facing increasing challenges with new IT and operational technology integrations. Innovative technologies, like IoT, can pose new difficulties and struggles for energy companies that must respond with cost-efficient, agile and resilient IT solutions that help support lean operations.

With exploration and production increasingly located in remote regions with limited network connectivity, oil and gas companies need to efficiently operate their remote facilities, while lowering costs and improving communications.

Today’s Internet-connected world places greater pressure on traditional WANs that can’t keep up with cloud and mobile technologies. They lack reliable cloud access, agile and responsive connectivity, and cost-effective bandwidth. Using converged voice and data applications to communicate internally, and with customers and suppliers, requires reliable network connectivity. Secure SD-WAN makes applications run faster, safer, and more reliably. Secure SD-WAN deliver a quality experience for all application users.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables energy companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS ENGINEERING COMPANIES

Engineering firms rely upon robust applications such as CAD, GIS and 3D modeling and other engineering tools. Yet, these represent some of the most bandwidth inefficient applications going over the WAN. Making sure customers are satisfied, and employees are productive requires a high-performance, reliable WAN. But as the engineering business grows, with more offices, additional employees and more applications, the WAN can become slow and unreliable. Scaling WAN infrastructure to support a growing business soon becomes a critical business concern.

Slow network performance, or a network failure, can potentially cost the firm thousands of dollars. To avoid this potential for disaster, engineering firms need a cost-effective, simplified, and agile WAN with simplified deployment and management, and with visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Employees and clients accessing applications from HQ data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support a firm’s business objectives and mobile strategies, while ensuring client data is kept secure and confidential. The WAN also needs to be performing optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of an engineering company’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many firms are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new offices, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.
The cost, time and complexity of ripping out existing network infrastructure should not be necessary. An SD-WAN overlay can be cost-effective and deployed quickly, working in conjunction with legacy infrastructure.

Secure SD-WAN   simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables engineering companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS FINANCIAL SERVICES

A financial service’s customers are their most important asset. They can’t afford slow and unreliable connectivity that will create a negative impact and impression. Financial institutions like banks, credit unions, investment banks, stock brokerages and insurance companies must meet the needs of their customers.

Time is critical for financial transactions, and in today’s competitive market, financial institutions need secure, reliable and fast connectivity to clients, branch office employees and mobile workers. WANs are a highly important business requirement for sending and receiving customer information, fulfilling customer policies, and collaborating with employees. These applications rely on the WAN, and the financial institutions rely on the applications.

Employees and customers accessing applications from HQ data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure. IT needs the WAN to be agile, for easy deployment and management, and to have visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support a financial institution’s business objectives and mobile strategies, while ensuring client data is kept secure and confidential. The WAN also needs to be performing optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of a financial institution’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many financial institutions are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new offices, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

The cost, time and complexity of ripping out existing network infrastructure should not be necessary. An SD-WAN overlay can be cost-effective and deployed quickly, working in conjunction with legacy infrastructure.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables financial services companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi, ATM, and other mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Government agencies face many challenges trying to cost-effectively manage network infrastructure to support ever-growing user and application growth, while keeping up with ever-changing technologies. Backup or replication of millions of records between remote agency offices and centralized data centers can become painfully slow. Additionally, replicating data over unreliable networks between remote offices and data centers can be laden with failures and errors. E-911 networks depend on the WAN for communications that can have life-or-death implications.

Government employees and the public accessing applications from data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure. IT needs the WAN to be agile, for easy deployment and management, and to have visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support the objectives and mobile strategies of government agencies, while ensuring customer data is kept secure and confidential. The WAN also needs to be performing optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of a government agency’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many government agencies are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new offices, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

The cost, time and complexity of ripping out existing network infrastructure should not be necessary. An SD-WAN overlay can be cost-effective and deployed quickly, working in conjunction with legacy infrastructure.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables government agencies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS HEALTHCARE

Healthcare facilities, care centers, offices and their clients/patients deploy critical applications over the WAN. Healthcare providers send patient records, schedule physicians and facilities, archive digital images, support telemedicine programs, and more.

Healthcare organizations are realizing the many benefits of using cloud services and accessing them with the Internet for patient records and billing systems. They use the Internet to share information and communicate between physicians, care providers, administrators and patients. Keeping healthcare data secure is of utmost importance. In fact, it is a HIPAA requirement to support secure and reliable access to patient records. This requires reliable and secure WAN connectivity.

Healthcare applications are powerful and sophisticated, and the Internet infrastructure supporting them is now a critical component. Ensuring the reliable and fast delivery of these applications is critical to the success of any healthcare organization.

Secure SD-WAN simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables healthcare organizations to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest/patient Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall.Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS HOSPITALITY

Hotels, convention facilities, food and travel services that cater to the needs of businesses and individuals have been rapidly deploying new services and applications over the Internet. The goal is to provide more convenient registration, travel arrangements, high-speed network access to guests, purchasing of services, and to improve other aspects of their business operations.

Hospitality companies realize the many benefits of using the Internet to streamline services, share information and communicate with their customers. Users of these online services must have immediate access, as slow and erratic performance or inability to quickly access information, such as hotel room availability and airline flight times, can cause customers to go to a competitor.

Employees accessing applications from HQ data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure. IT needs the WAN to be agile, for easy deployment and management, and to have visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support the business objectives and mobile strategies of hospitality companies, while ensuring data is kept secure and confidential. The WAN also needs to be performing optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of hospitality industry communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many hospitality companies are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new facilities, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

The cost, time and complexity of ripping out existing network infrastructure should not be necessary. An SD-WAN overlay can be cost-effective and deployed quickly, working in conjunction with legacy infrastructure.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables hospitality companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS LEGAL FIRMS

Law firms deploy their services over the Internet to send and receive client records, conduct research, schedule meetings, archive legal documents, and facilitate many other daily operations. They realize the many benefits of using the Internet to share information and communicate between attorneys, secretaries, clients and legal administrators.

Legal services often have multiple office locations to provide services to their clients. Because of the distributed nature of the business, network connectivity to clients and employees accessing remote applications is a critical factor in keeping the business running successfully.

Their employees rely on business applications like case management, to schedule calendars, track case notes, and manage client documents and records. Without a reliable WAN, lawyers and administrative staff will either lose access to their applications, or the applications will run slowly, leaving them frustrated and unproductive. As law firms increasingly utilize cloud and SaaS services, it becomes even more critical for WAN infrastructure to provide the most cost-effective and reliable access possible.

Employees and clients accessing applications from HQ data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure. IT needs the WAN to be agile, for easy deployment and management, and to have visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support a law firm’s business objectives and mobile strategies, while ensuring client data is kept secure and confidential. The WAN also needs to perform optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of a law firm’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many law firms are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new offices, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.
The cost, time and complexity of ripping out existing network infrastructure should not be necessary. An SD-WAN overlay can be cost-effective and deployed quickly, working in conjunction with legacy infrastructure.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables legal firms to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS MANUFACTURERS

Manufacturing facilities can be located globally, and often separated from their corporate offices and data centers. While network quality varies from one location to another, operations in remote or rural areas present the greatest challenge. With manufacturing processes dependent on critical ERP systems, manufacturers can’t afford a slow or unreliable WAN, that leads to downtime and inevitably, loss of user productivity and revenue.

Manufacturers face increasing global supply chain complexities, technologies like IoT, artificial intelligence, real-time production line monitoring systems, and tech-savvy competition. Today’s Internet-connected world places greater pressure on traditional remote sites with traditional WANs that can’t keep up with cloud and mobile technologies. They lack reliable cloud access, agile and responsive connectivity, and cost-effective bandwidth.

Using converged voice and data applications to communicate internally, and with customers and suppliers, requires reliable network connectivity. Secure SD-WAN makes applications run faster, safer, and more reliably. Secure SD-WAN deliver a quality user experience for all applications.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables manufacturers to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS RETAILERS

Most retail companies have multiple distributed stores, offices and pop-up shops that require fast and reliable WAN connectivity to ensure customers and employees can efficiently work with their applications. A retail company’s ability to provide great customer service, and deliver the tools and support their employees need, can mean the difference between success and failure. But if a network outage or slow WAN connection frustrates customers and remote employees, they can lose revenue and their brand can be at risk.

Employees and clients accessing applications from HQ data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure. IT needs the WAN to be agile, for easy deployment and management, and to have visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support a retailer’s business objectives and mobile strategies, while ensuring customer data is kept secure. The WAN also needs to be performing optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of a retailer’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many retailers are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new stores, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

The cost, time and complexity of ripping out existing network infrastructure should not be necessary. An SD-WAN overlay can be cost-effective and deployed quickly, working in conjunction with legacy infrastructure.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables retailers to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall.Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

Technology companies are facing increasing challenges due to the distributed workforce. Today’s Internet-connected world places greater pressure on traditional WANs that can’t keep up with new branch and home offices, cloud and mobile technologies. Legacy networks lack reliable cloud access, agile and responsive connectivity, and cost-effective bandwidth.

Technology companies need to ensure workflow processes run efficiently for remote users, and everything from product development, to the ordering system, to product shipments needs to be controlled, monitored, tracked, and evaluated. With real-time business applications like ERP, workflow must be uninterrupted, and if the WAN has an outage, or becomes slow and unresponsive, business will become slow and unresponsive.

Remote employees, partners and customers need reliable, secure access to business-critical applications. Secure SD-WAN makes these applications run faster, safer, and more reliably – delivering a quality user experience. Secure SD-WAN gives you the freedom to adopt the WAN infrastructure you need, without sacrificing performance, security, reliability or control.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables technology companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS TRANSPORTATION

When moving business-critical applications and data over long distances, WANs are the vehicle for delivery that transportation companies rely upon every day. When the WAN becomes slow and unreliable, transportation companies must respond with cost-efficient, agile and resilient networks.
Today’s Internet-connected world places greater pressure on traditional WANs that can’t keep up with cloud and mobile technologies. They lack reliable cloud access, agile and responsive connectivity, and cost-effective bandwidth.

Employees and customers accessing applications from HQ data centers and cloud-hosted and SaaS-delivered sites need the applications to be fast, reliable and secure. IT needs the WAN to be agile, for easy deployment and management, and to have visibility to respond to dynamic network changes.

Today’s WANs need to be flexible, as they support discrete network architectures, including data traffic and wireless network traffic. Network connections need to support a transportation company’s business objectives and mobile strategies, while ensuring data is kept secure. The WAN also needs to be performing optimally to maintain a user quality of experience.

WANs are an integral part of a transportation company’s communications, as applications and services are dependent upon them. MPLS circuits have often been used to support these applications and services. Yet, many retailers are now looking for MPLS alternatives to lower costs, simplify deployments for new stores, and increase bandwidth, while ensuring security, reliability and performance.

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables transportation companies to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.

SD-WAN BENEFITS UTILITIES

Because utility companies have limited IT budgets, they need to make smart IT investments to support thousands, if not millions of customers. When utilities experience slow and unreliable WAN connectivity, employees become frustrated when customer data, billing and financial information takes too long to download and complete

Secure SD-WAN  simplifies WAN deployment and monitoring. Our centralized management and control uses simple, template-driven workflows that eliminate tedious, error-prone configurations. Our cloud-based SD-WAN makes it easy to propagate new remote offices and connect directly to cloud services, with zero-touch deployment.

Secure SD-WAN  architecture embeds application intelligence, enabling deep packet inspection by the network, beyond source and destination. It understands the application requirements and the context associated with the applications, and delivers fast, reliable and secure application delivery, regardless of network conditions.

Secure SD-WAN reduces bandwidth costs, by aggregating multiple connections of any type, such as MPLS, broadband, wireless 4G and LTE. Leveraging all available bandwidth, and automatically adapting to network conditions, Versa directs traffic to the best path at any moment in time. This increases application reliability and quality and provides a quality user experience. Versa enables utilities to support more traffic volumes and ensure applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues. This enables IT to spend less time dealing with networks complexities, and have more time and focus applied to business applications and services.

Secure SD-WAN ’s segmentation enables IT to securely consolidate disparate physical environments into a single network. In doing so, they can support diverse lines of service, such as IT, guest Wi-Fi and mission-critical traffic, with priorities defined for each across a common infrastructure, while retaining management and control.

Lower costs and operational flexibility are achieved with Versa’s cloud-native, multi-stack solution for embedded network and security applications. The Versa SD-WAN is built on network function virtualization (NFV), that replaces single purpose hardware network and security devices with software-based functions that run on commodity off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and white-box appliances. A core element of NFV are virtual network functions (VNFs), software-based or virtualized versions of specific functions like routing, CGNAT and next-generation firewall. Much more than just converting from single purpose hardware to virtual software instances, VNFs are centrally managed and policy orchestrated, and provisioned with zero-touch. Versa also supports service-chaining of 3rd-party VNFs.