Cisco SD-WAN Cloud Interconnect with Megaport Delivers On-Demand, Cloud-Agnostic Interconnects
Announcing the availability of the integrated capabilities for Cisco SD-WAN Cloud Interconnect with Megaport Virtual Edge in the Cisco SD-WAN 17.5 release, enabling customers to create network connections to their multicloud deployments in a few clicks through the automation capabilities of the Cisco SD-WAN vManage controller.
Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 1
Cisco IT has powerful motivations to shift to a software-defined access (SDA) fabric network, as part of our ongoing journey to an advanced network architecture. In this blog I will explain these motivations. In part 2 (coming soon), I’ll share our guiding principles, how we did it, and payoffs to date. Over the last several […]
KDDI selected Cisco SD-WAN with unique innovations for their Microsoft customers
Recently, KDDI announced they added a managed Cisco SD-WAN offering. KDDIA feels offering Microsoft Azure Cloud Services alongside Cisco SD-WAN is the perfect pairing for its customers’ cloud and connectivity needs.
Five ways we’re improving telework with SD-WAN and telemetry
Bad dream for an IT engineer? Try this: an executive working from home gets booted off an all-hands video meeting. Then it happens again. And again. That happened to me a couple of months ago. Fortunately, when I received the call, I could see immediately that the problem lay with the executive’s ISP, not our network. […]
Shaking up the SD-WAN Market and Propelling Partner Success
Cisco is shaking up the market and doubling down on SD-WAN while doing all we can to help our partners propel to the next level. Why? Because the market is crazy dynamic, SD-WAN is the connective tissue for network digital transformation and customer demands change seemingly by the hour.
The three C’s approach to SASE
SASE is a network architecture that combines SD-WAN capabilities with cloud-native security functions. SASE helps organizations to simplify and scale secure connectivity for a distributed workforce. Yet, transitioning existing network into a SASE architecture is a journey, where organizations must take into consideration overall business goals, architecture prerequisites, and licensing requirements.
New #CiscoChat: What Catalyst 8000 Means for SD-WAN
You’ve heard how SD-WAN and security are converging into a SASE model. Have you considered how everything will perform? That’s where the Cisco Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms Family comes in.
Radically simplifying unified communications with secure connectivity
Do you want to learn how Cisco can help you reduce complexity, OpEx, CapEx and footprint with integrated Unified Communications (UC) in Cisco SD-WAN? Only Cisco can. Read how in this blog.