Talari SD-WAN helps lower costs, simplify management, secure networks and applications, and elevate network and application reliability.
Today, virtually everything in business is becoming digitally enabled, and enterprise WANs are a driving force for this enablement. Business is conducted over distributed networks, yet, when the network is unable to respond to changing business demands and new market opportunities, transactions suffers
Enterprise WANs must rapidly evolve if companies are to succeed in today’s competitive and demanding market. This requires them to be more cost-efficient, with greater agility, reliability, security, and performance; and support open and diverse networking and cloud technologies.
Talari’s software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) addresses these requirements and more. Talari SD-WAN helps lower costs, simplify management, secure networks and applications, and elevate network and application reliability. The Talari SD-WAN utilizes its Adaptive Path Networking (APN) WAN technology and network performance management software for failsafe connectivity. Creating a virtual network overlay, Talari takes advantage of all available WAN connections, while centralizing control of, and visibility into, the entire SD-WAN. Talari APN-enabled SD-WAN decouples network configuration from individual WAN links and hardware components, creating a software-driven, unified WAN fabric.
Talari SD-WAN elements include a central orchestration controller, Talari Aware centralized management, and edge appliances (physical or virtual) that scale to meet the needs of cloud services, data centers, branch offices and home offices.
A hybrid WAN composed of MPLS and one or more broadband links deployed in an active/standby mode is increasingly common in today’s enterprise. But this configuration has some downsides, including inefficient use of bandwidth and session drop on failover. With Talari SD-WAN, all circuits are active, so every application has access to the full aggregated bandwidth. Policy-based prioritization ensures real-time quality sensitive applications, such as VoIP, get the highest priority and are securely transmitted over the best possible network to maintain application quality.
Companies are looking for alternatives to MPLS because of high cost, lack of cloud access, limited bandwidth, long lead