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SD-WAN: Hype or Not 2017 – August 22 (SiliconANGLE Studios)

 SD-WAN: Hype or Not?

SD-WAN: Hype or Not?
August 22, 2017
SiliconANGLE Media Studios

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It’s not surprising that given the high demand for SD-WAN, the market is already crowded with some 20 vendors, from router incumbents to pure-play start-ups to WAN specialists. All seem to offer the same list of SD-WAN capabilities, from business-policy orchestration to zero-touch provisioning to deployment automation. How can you tell them apart? What are the capabilities that really matter and how can you evaluate and compare?
In this video and demo episode with SiliconANGLE founder John Furrier, Riverbed Product Marketing VP, Josh Dobies, and Vivek Ganti, Technical Marketing Engineer for Riverbed showcase how easy it is to design and deploy distributed networks using Riverbed’s sophisticated, yet simple-to-use SD-WAN solution. They also provide guidance to buyers on what they need to evaluate when comparing SD-WAN solutions.

    Guests Interviewed on theCUBE:


Hansang Bae

Chief Technology Officer

Multi-cloud and Internet of Things come in SD-WAN packages
At face value, the Software-Defined Wide Area Network is a packaged information technology solution for organizations with multiple branch locations. But a boost from the latest cloud technology is revealing SD-WAN’s hidden talents, and it may even may attract new customers by accidentally solving the multi-cloud management snafu. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.



Josh Dobies

VP Product Marketing

SD-WAN gives network new operational powers, says Riverbed
Software-Defined Networking frees network administrators from constant tinkering with individual boxes. It allows admins to view and program the network from a central software consul. This new agility could elevate the network and its admins to a higher business and operational function, according to Joshua Dobies, vice president of product marketing at Riverbed Technology Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.
 


Vivek Ganti

Technical Marketing Engineer

SD-WAN gives network new operational powers, says Riverbed
Software-Defined Networking frees network administrators from constant tinkering with individual boxes. It allows admins to view and program the network from a central software consul. This new agility could elevate the network and its admins to a higher business and operational function, according to Joshua Dobies, vice president of product marketing at Riverbed Technology Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.
 


Frank Lyonnet

Deputy CTO

 
 
 

Bruce Miller
VP Product Marketing

Riverbed gets edgy as Xirrus acquisition meshes Wi-Fi with SD-WAN
Shortly after its founding in 2004, wireless network provider Xirrus Inc. saw that Wi-Fi use and demand were growing faster than the infrastructure to support it. It began developing technology to scale, provision and orchestrate Wi-Fi for large numbers of users. The company recently met its match in Riverbed Technology Inc., which saw Xirrus’ Local Area Network tech as the missing piece to its Software-Defined Wide Area Network products. Riverbed acquired Xirrus last April for an undisclosed sum. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.
 


Paul O’Farrell
General Manager

Riverbed brings instant gratification to network with SD-WAN and cloud
Cloud providers like Amazon Web Services Inc. have redefined application deployment for many businesses. In a matter of hours, developers can spin up applications that might have taken days or weeks in the past. If cloud can do this for apps, what can it do for networking? Riverbed Technology Inc.’s answer is its software-defined wide area networking with cloud capabilities. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


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