The SD-WAN supply chain becomes critically important, as it includes the planning and management of all application delivery infrastructure involved in sourcing, procurement, deployment, and logistics.
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MSSPs can address the inherent volatility of digitally transforming the remote edges of the network.
SD-WAN addresses performance and security concerns in a more manageable way.
The combination could mitigate the audit and regulatory risk involved in each transaction.
Using closed hardware appliances creates risk regarding features and supplier responsiveness.
NaaS offers a balance between SLA MPLS services and high bandwidth broadband Internet.
SD-WAN analytics can help maximize investments in network technology.
The unique advantage of NFCL is that it is built for the cloud.
IoT devices will leverage IPv6 to address efficiency, scale, and security.
The branch network and WAN remain a challenge for most enterprise IT teams.
VNFs are part and parcel of SD-WAN's next wave of evolution.
Enterprises and service providers are evaluating SD-security solutions today.
All current systems will be unaffected by the additions of SDN.
No application is immune to poor performance.
SD-WAN is a temporary solution – not a market.