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Software Defined WAN (SDWAN)

Simplify deployment and management of connectivity at remote sites. Sunesis Orchestrator easily controls and manages your WAN. Modern networks are being pushed to their limits. Network Managers are managing a greater number of applications in the wide area network than ever before. Increased business usage of network heavy applications like VoIP and video are saturating WAN bandwidth. Bigger pipes are not the answer. According to Gartner, bandwidth requirements in the network are increasing at a rate of 29% per year. Conversely, the cost of bandwidth is only decreasing at a rate of 10% a year. Furthermore, new application models such as "as-a-service" and cloud hosted applications are making traditional "star" or "hub and spoke" network models inefficient. Sunesis's Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN), hybrid networking products provide solutions to these new network needs. A company can easily add cost effective direct Internet access at a branch to increase available bandwidth. Sunesis's advanced policy management allows cloud destined applications to be routed directly out of the local Internet connection while maintaining corporate security policies. Sunesis Orchestrator is a single point of management that allows for rapid, zero-touch provisioning of branches. Orchestrator enhances Sunesis MPSec technology with open API's for network integration and central policy management

SD-WAN is similar to Software-Defined networking in that is decouples the wide area network from the underlying transport network. Companies use SD-WAN to create a software-defined overlay network that is independent from the carrier or physical underlying network. This network overlay is often used to improve network performance and reliability. Additionally, because an Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) is independent of the underlying network, remote sites can quickly and easily be provisioned using the locally available bandwidth. Companies deploying an SD-WAN overlay typically see a significant decrease in the overall cost of the wide area network

Need for SDWAN

Using traditional techniques bringing a new branch on to the network can be challenging to say the least. Often scheduled are stalled due to provisioning delays at a company’s carrier. Provisioning of a T1 connections from an MPLS provider can take from 30 to 90 days even if company pays for expedite fees. In some cases an MPLS connection might not be available or cost prohibitive at a branch leaving the company with the only choice being to create one-off VPN connected branches. SD-WAN solves these issues by providing a centrally orchestrated overlay network that allows a company to choose the best available network underlay per location.

Additionally, modern IT is becoming more and more dependent on wide area network connectivity. Companies that once viewed loosing WAN connectivity as an inconvenience are now seeing a loss of connection as costing them money. More and more business critical applications are running over the WAN such as VoIP, video conferences, and ERP systems. Traditional techniques create a single point of network failure in the last mile. Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) addresses this concern by allowing a company to use multiple last mile connections for network redundancy. An SD-WAN can improve network up time to 99.99988% and above.