Heavy Networking 500: The State Of SD-WAN In 2020 And Future Forecasts

Heavy Networking from Packet Pushers show

Summary: On today’s Heavy Networking episode we’re examining the state of SD-WAN.<br> The technology is already being widely adopted to help companies cut WAN costs by trading MPLS for business broadband, and providing better visibility into and policy control over applications and performance in branch and remote offices.<br> Where will SD-WAN go in the coming years? Will it swallow up branch security? How about end point and mobile device management? Could it extend its reach from the branch to become the way you manage your campus network?<br> We’ll discuss all these questions and more.<br> We cover:<br> <br> * The current state of SD-WAN<br> * How SD-WAN affects cloud and security initiatives<br> * The potential evolution of SD-WAN<br> * Identity management and SD-WAN<br> * More<br> <br> Sponsor: Cumulus Networks<br> Cumulus Networks is announcing a brand-new networking certification: the Cumulus Certified Open Networking Professional. Learn Linux networking fundamentals, including essential concepts and commands behind Linux-based open networking, and master the Cumulus Core–everything you need to know to become proficient in Cumulus Linux. Get details at <a href="http://cumulusnetworks.com/cert" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">cumulusnetworks.com/cert</a>.<br> Sponsor: WAN Summit<br> Networking professionals are gathering at the <a href="http://WANSummit.com" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">WAN Summit</a> in New York, March 9-10. Join your network peers to understand how others are tackling the same challenges as you. Enterprise registrants get a special rate of only $99 to attend. Plus, you get an extra 20% off with the code PACKETPUSHERS when you register for New York. Get details at <a href="http://WANSummit.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">WANSummit.com</a>.<br> Show Links:<br> <a href="https://ignition.packetpushers.net/a-unified-theory-of-sdwan-futures-part-1-whitepaper/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">A Unified Theory Of SDWAN Futures Part 1</a> – Greg Ferro via Ignition<br> <a href="https://ignition.packetpushers.net/sdwan-get-a-managed-service-or-do-it-yourself-your-incompetence-is-my-opportunity-whitepaper/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">SDWAN: Get A Managed Service Or Do It Yourself? (Your Incompetence Is My Opportunity)</a> – Greg Ferro via Ignition<br> <a href="https://ignition.packetpushers.net/sd-wan-building-the-business-case-understanding-your-roi/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">SD-WAN: Building The Business Case &amp; Understanding Your ROI</a> – Jason Gintert via Ignition<br> <a href="https://packetpushers.net/virtual-toolbox/list-sd-wan-vendors/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">SD-WAN Vendor List</a> – Packet Pushers<br> <a href="https://packetpushers.net/podcast/heavy-networking-490-lessons-learned-from-a-large-sd-wan-deployment/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Heavy Networking 490: Lessons Learned From A Large SD-WAN Deployment</a> – Packet Pushers<br> <a href="https://packetpushers.net/podcast/heavy-networking-483-sd-wan-incompetence-myths-and-fallacies/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Heavy Networking 483: SD-WAN Incompetence, Myths, And Fallacies</a> – Packet Pushers<br>