Today’s enterprise customers are demanding more flexible, open, and cloud-based WAN technologies, as opposed to proprietary or specialized WAN technology that often involves expensive fixed circuits and proprietary hardware. Software Defined Wide Area Network (SDWAN) delivers an enterprise-grade, secure, and simple cloud-enabled WAN connection with as much open and software-based technology as possible.
Anunta’s deep-domain knowledge of SDWAN solutions products from leading OEMs such as Citrix and VMware enables you to provision scalable networks for your end-users over cloud.
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What is SDWAN?
SDWAN is a specific application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied to WAN connections (such as broadband internet, 4G, LTE, or MPLS) that automatically determines the most effective way to route traffic to and from enterprise networks including branch offices and data centers. It helps in aggregating multiple broadband, wireless and wired links to increase bandwidth.
SDWAN is managed by a centralized controller that enables IT staff to remotely program edge devices and reduce provisioning times, thus minimizing or eliminating the need to manually configure traditional routers in branch locations.
SDWAN is ideal when:
- You want to improve and secure Internet connectivity to replace expensive legacy WAN technologies such as T-1 or MPLS.
- You wish to be able to scale up connectivity during times of peak demand.
- Provide you the flexibility to be able to deliver basic WAN connectivity, or premium business services such as VPN, WAN optimization, and applications delivery control (ADC).
- Remove potentially expensive routing hardware by provisioning connectivity and services via the cloud.
The solutions we offer include desktop provisioning, implementation, and management across any cloud environment: public, private or hybrid. We also offer customisation for any virtualization technology currently used, or planning to be used in then near future.
How SDWAN benefits your organization
Improved application performance and quality of service for remote and branch workers due to optimized bandwidth utilization.
Reduced WAN costs and scaled capacity through the use of lower-priced broadband and mobile connections lower priority, less-sensitive data.
Increased flexibility to prioritize business-critical applications over other network traffic further improves application availability, end-user experience and productivity.
Improved business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities that enable maintenance of uninterrupted connectivity even during multiple link failures.
Increased connection security across the WAN as applications and data migrate to the Cloud.
Reduced branch networking complexity by consolidating services into an integrated WAN edge appliance and centralizing management and policy definition.