THE BUSINESS VALUE OF SD-WAN

90% of WAN infrastructure deployed today was designed 20 years ago to address a singular requirement - to provide connectivity from branch to datacenter over MPLS. The WAN is at an inflection point and faced with unprecedented demands, including cloud and SaaS apps, UC as a service, and the ability to deliver new services rapidly and securely.
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Welcome to HostingCon 2013. Gary Sockrider, Arbor Networks' Solutions Architect for the Americas, was invited to speak at a panel discussion this year and discuss the identification and mitigation of DDoS attacks. We were able to catch up with Gary during HostingCon and ask him a few questions.


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What's the Big Deal About SD-WAN?

SD-WAN is one of the most talked about topics in networking today. With all the chatter around the individual benefits of the technology, it’s easy to lose the big picture view of SD-WAN as a transformational technology. Understanding the big picture view provides important perspective on the value of SD-WAN. This perspective yi

What's the Big Deal About SD-WAN?

SD-WAN is one of the most talked about topics in networking today. With all the chatter around the individual benefits of the technology, it’s easy to lose the big picture view of SD-WAN as a transformational technology. Understanding the big picture view provides important perspective on the value of SD-WAN. This perspective yi

Automation Journey: Next Leap in Cloud Networking

The tedium of having to perform routine, repetitive tasks of configuring, managing, and maintaining network connectivity often gets in the way of doing strategic, innovative work. Network automation changes all that. Juniper and PacketFabric make automated connectivity possible with our open programmability, APIs, and an intuiti

Three Simple, Yet Powerful Strategies to Remove Operational Complexity in the Cloud

At Juniper, we believe that enterprise organizations are now firmly within a new multicloud era. We’re seeing a massive shift from private facilities to a mixed environment with multiple public and private clouds. For many enterprises, this is about removing complexity from their business by letting others do the heavy lifting.