Access the post-webinar archives here for Nuage Networks’ exclusive webinar focusing on wide area network (WAN) evolution with the help of Virtualized Network Services (VNS). Nuage Networks will stream live on Thursday, June 11th at 10:00am PT.
The emergence of software-defined networking (SDN) has quelled the obstacles associated with application and workload placement, but issues still remain when it comes to application delivery across the WAN. Because of this, more and more users are looking to the software-defined WAN (SD-WAN).
Currently, there is a struggle to create cohesion within enterprise networks, forcing users to look to alternatives that will bridge the gap between the data center and WAN. While the data center focuses on the arrangement and responsiveness of business applications, the WAN must dedicate its time to the connections between the data center and branch offices. Nuage Networks knows that these two can be brought together, eliminating two single islands and creating a fully integrated environment that intensifies the receptivity of cloud-age networking.
In an exclusive webinar from Nuage Networks, speakers Jim Metzler and Alastair Johnson explore how SD-WANs are driving the evolution of the wide area network. They’ll discuss how Nuage Networks’ Virtualized Network Services (VNS) product addresses the limitations of today’s WAN, revolutionizing it to become faster and more agile for enterprise networking environments.
With VNS, users don’t have to worry about WAN constraints. Instead, they combat them, bringing their WAN into the modern age with lightning speed. This webinar will show how VNS empowers users to construct a WAN infrastructure with high scalability, and one that keeps its promise of cloud IT — a must-have for businesses today. VNS offers a simple solution to on-boarding a new location in enterprise environments. With just three steps, you’re off and away toward running your business at cloud speed! Deployment options are available for both service providers and enterprises, and VNS can be used as a complementary business service to existing VPN services, as well as a self-managed network service.
Other points Jim and Alastair will touch on during the special webinar include:
- How the SDN framework applies to the WAN
- Obstacles with the WAN, and how SD-WANs overcome those challenges
- SD-WAN implementation scenarios