IT personnel and network engineers have a palpable feeling of uncertainty as a new set of challenges confront them. Digital transformation is turning business models on their heads. While enterprises take measures to bolster IT departments and gear up to adapt to the latest technologies, they face fundamental resistance from within. Hardware-centric enterprise networks are based on static deployments, which makes configuration changes too slow and too costly. These legacy networks were never designed to evolve at the pace which business requirements are changing today.
The only truly scarce commodity in business is time. You can’t create time, so it must be spent wisely. Over the past 20 years, MPLS became entrenched as the gold-standard of WAN transport and many organizations have found a way to absorb the high cost and inefficiencies inherent in MPLS. This post explores 3 keys areas where MPLS is costing you time, and why now is the time for organizations to reconsider whether they can afford to stay with MPLS.
The Tolly Group recently published an SD-WAN performance evaluation, where they evaluated the TELoIP SD-WAN-as-a-Service offer looking at three key criteria: WAN QoE, Multi-link Performance with and without Compression, and Failover/Resilience.
VINO SD-WAN Provides Intelligence that Turns Bandwidth into Value. TELoIP, Inc. announced today that Tolly Group has validated the performance and resiliency of TELoIP VINO SD-WAN. With small and mid-market enterprises adopting public cloud applications at a rapid rate, most analysts concur these organizations need a simpler WAN edge architecture that supports emerging traffic patterns. SD-WAN offers an alternative to MPLS that steers traffic across multiple high-speed broadband circuits according to intent-based policies fully aligned with business priorities.