Cloud computing and low-cost public internet access have changed the way applications are deployed and managed. In the past, organizations relied on legacy WAN architectures like MPLS to deliver secure connectivity between remote offices and applications hosted in corporate data centers. Legacy WAN architectures however can make the process of deploying new apps, provisioning new policies or making policy changes an arduous task. Newer connectivity options like the public internet are widely available and easy to set up but increase exposure to cyber threats.
Enterprises are turning to SD-WAN to modernize their wide area networks but must do so without compromising on performance, security, ease of use or compliance demands. This 451 Research Business Impact Brief bundle explains how you can adopt SD-WAN and get consistent performance without sacrificing security or adding needless complexity to your branches.
"Security in SD-WAN: Centralized management means better control " is an introduction into how combining connectivity and security can simplify operations and extend uniform protection from the data center and cloud all the way to the branches.
"Making Secure SD-WAN Manageable: Take an Integrated Approach " shows how consolidating and integrating networking and security functions, as well as unifying management and monitoring with SD-WAN in the branch, can lead to more secure and efficient operations.
"SD-WAN Delivers Compliance Controls " explains how SD-WAN initiatives can have a significant and positive effect on enterprise compliance controls.