Simple AWS Networking with Application Defined SD-WAN

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud is a proven route to help organizations achieve rapid scalability, reduced time-to-market, and cost-effectiveness in their IT infrastructure. These benefits are delivered, in part, by automation, greater ease-of-use, and simplified management.

Many are challenged, however, with legacy network infrastructure and management solutions, as the complexity of managing dynamic workloads, as well as inconsistency in performance and security, can impair many of the benefits AWS provides. SD-WAN helps organizations overcome this challenge by providing automation and simplified management for cloud networking. This whitepaper looks at how Riverbed SD-WAN can help organizations improve performance, agility, and security in their cloud-centric network.

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Cloud Networks Made Simple with Riverbed on AWS

AWS makes it simple to set up cloud-based resources. But do you have secure, high-capacity, high-performance connectivity to and between AWS cloud instances? That’s where Riverbed comes in. Riverbed’s SD-WAN solution enables cloud migration and performance, all managed via quick and simple workflows.

Watch the on-demand replay of the webinar to experience a fundamentally new approach to networking, with real users sharing their experience in addition to a joint customer, OpenEye, that has saved time and money by utilizing this approach to cloud networking. OpenEye Scientific Software leveraged Riverbed SteelConnect to very quickly and easily establish secure connections to and between AWS VPCs, saving hours of network administration time.

AWS Speaker: Nick Matthews, Partner Solutions Architect

Riverbed Technology Speaker: Angelo Comazzetto, Technical Director of Cloud

Customer Speaker: Craig Bruce, Scientific Software Development Manager, OpenEye Scientific

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Digital Business and Cloud Demand New WAN Architectures

Today’s WANs (wide area networks) represent up to 25% of support costs for a typical end-user environment—yet fail to deliver the application performance and business agility required of digital business. The emergence of software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) solutions is changing all that.

Read this Gartner paper to explore how:

  • SD-WAN provides the foundation for digital business by automating manual tasks involved in configuring current networks
  • To align WAN strategy and architecture with business and application requirements
  • To create a strategy team from a broad range of disciplines to map out the new WAN architecture and successfully execute it

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NetOps 2.0: Embrace Network Automation and Analytics to Stay Relevant in the Digital Business Era

Today, less than 5% of network operations teams are sufficiently skilled to realize the value possible from network analytics and automation solutions. This will improve over the next three years, but not much—by 2020, only 30% of network operations teams will be able to fully realize the benefits of these tools.

Read this Gartner paper to explore how to achieve greater network agility and reduce complexity by:

  • Building or retraining NetOps teams to embrace a process-driven culture
  • Applying network automation technologies
  • Translating business impact into network automation requirements
  • Translating network configuration changes to intent-based policy

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Digital Businesses Need to Rethink Their Network Strategies ZK Research White Paper

The network plays a fundamental role in enabling the shift to digital. But it simply cannot fulfill this function while it is hardware-bound and hard-coded.

The network must become cloudlike to enable delivery of dynamic, rich digital services quickly and easily. This means shifting away from old approaches that require configuration of individual boxes to an approach that is software-defined, based on policy and orchestration. It’s time for SD-WAN.

Read this ZK Research white paper to:

  • Understand the challenge with traditional networks
  • Chart a path to SD-WAN
  • Learn what to look for in SD-WAN vendors

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VoIP Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Irrespective of your VoIP vendor or deployment model (on-premises, hybrid, UCaaS), ThousandEyes Voice monitoring can reduce those troubleshooting headaches. Interested in learning more about our enhanced voice capabilities? Watch this 30-minute webinar featuring Archana Kesavan, Product Marketing Manager, to learn more.
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VoIP Monitoring in 180 Seconds

ThousandEyes generates detailed visibility into your on-premises and cloud­-based VoIP network, among your branches and across the WAN. Correlate voice performance measurements with underlying network health to clearly pinpoint where and why performance varies.
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End-to-End Visibility and VoIP Performance Monitoring

ThousandEyes gives VoIP operators deep insight that they've never had before, extending visibility across the corporate WAN and the public Internet. VoIP monitoring brings together SIP signaling and RTP voice quality metrics, detailed path visualization and routing information to identify chronic problem areas, accelerate diagnosis of faults and improve QoS.
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Enterprise WAN and LAN Monitoring

Technology trends like telecommuting, BYOD, VoIP and SaaS adoption bring new challenges to the underlying network infrastructure that connects branch offices and datacenters. This guide explains how to tackle the challenges faced by the internet-centric enterprise by intelligently monitoring your WAN, LAN, Wi-Fi and SaaS applications through a combination of Enterprise and Endpoint Agents.
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Experience Near Home Network Performance Internationally

When roaming, voice calls and data sessions typically need to be routed back to the domestic ‘home’ network of the subscriber – adding latency and reducing data transfer rates and call quality. By treating subscribers more like domestic home subscribers, Truphone is able to reduce latency and provide data rates and voice quality akin to that on a subscriber’s home own network.

The paper explores Truphone’s international performance and network architecture. Truphone’s use of international network access arrangements and the intercontinental positioning of core network elements means that, compared to the roaming architecture of a typical mobile operator, Truphone provides:

- Faster data transfer speeds

- Improved voice call quality

- Better monitoring of network performance

Download this whitepaper to explore Truphone's international performance and network architecture.

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