SD-WAN Architecture is a Good Fit for the Cloud

| June 21, 2017

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There are multiple ways to deploy software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) but nearly all include some form of the cloud. In fact, many experts believe that SD-WAN architecture is well suited for the cloud.Jim Duffy, senior analyst for networking at 451 Research, said that SD-WANs can be implemented with different levels of reliance on the cloud. 

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