Software defined networks, when implemented and supported correctly has the potential to reduce clients’ costs by up to 30% over a traditional WAN service.
Systal has seen developments in networking reflect the industry trend for separating compute and storage. As such the network has tentatively moved towards software virtualisation of key network and security components, using software defined networks (SDN) technology.
Software defined networking
Flexible, Agile & Secure
A software defined network comes with the added benefits of:
The ultimate goal and best possible outcome is to have a single pane of glass view, allowing you to control all these virtualised platforms from one place.
Transforming your WAN is a huge exercise in services integration, and one with many steps towards success and many associated pitfalls to avoid. Even the first step of deploying SD-WAN can bring large benefits.
If you are considering a change to your wide area network infrastructure or your WAN contract is due to expire in the next 18 months, you may be starting to think about what your organisation needs from its network infrastructure for the next 3 to 5 years.
Our experience in large scale network transformations means that we can deliver consultation, design, transformation, transition and management of your software defined network.
For more information, download our SD WAN Thought Leadership article or read our blog posts.
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