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Is It Time for Open Source SD-WAN?
The benefits of an open market may sound worthwhile — flexibility, speed, cost-saving, freedom, scalability, neutrality — but there are certain corners of the greater technology and software industry where openness has not quite reached, including SD-WAN. In recent months it seems that there are certainly components, use case, and even companies — flexiWAN joined the market in April with plans to build an open architecture for SD-WAN — arising as examples for open SD-WANs, but open source has yet to be adopted fully into the networking technology. And though in some ways it seems that open source is right around the corner, it could be further away than expected. There is even some debate as to whether SD-WAN needs open source, but it’s worth discussing how openness could help the technology.
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