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How should I tackle SD-WAN security?

IT teams thinking about software-defined WAN technology should assess a few SD-WAN security concerns before deployment to make sure it's worth the investment.


How enterprises and employees can approach SDN training

When it comes to SDN careers and training, the impetus is on vendors, enterprises and individual network professionals to create and pursue training and certification opportunities.


A roundup of SD-WAN vendors and products

SD-WAN products and services offer a variety of features and deployment options. Learn how 10 prominent SD-WAN providers stack up when it comes to addressing your key considerations.


What software-based networking means for campus networks

Software networking, along with intent-based capabilities, can help improve campus network visibility and authentication, while also supporting Ethernet and Wi-Fi convergence.

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    Software-defined networking (SDN) is a network architecture that aims to make data center networks agile and flexible.

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    Get started with SD-WAN managed services

    This guide offers easy access to information on five major topics related to managed SD-WAN services and directs you toward the latest advice, tips and recommendations.

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    Back to basics with network overlays and SDN

    Network overlays and software-defined networking architecture share a history. But while overlays offer flexibility, they also bring extra overhead and troubleshooting complications.

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    Kontron branches out to SDN with Inocybe purchase

    Kontron has bought open source networking company Inocybe. The specialty hardware maker is adding SDN software to its portfolio as telco customers buy more commodity systems.

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    Windstream launches Cloud Connect for SD-WAN

    Windstream has introduced technology for connecting the Windstream SD-WAN to public clouds. SD-WAN Cloud Connect will support AWS and Microsoft Azure starting next month.

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    Fortinet moves to sell SD-WAN directly

    In a change from forging security partnerships with SD-WAN vendors, Fortinet introduced FortiGate SD-WAN, which integrates SD-WAN into its FortiGate next-generation firewall appliance.