Faiba Software Defined - Wide Area Network

Is a virtual WAN (Wide Area Network) that allows enterprises to leverage any combination of transport services; including MPLS, LTE and broadband internet services to securely connect users to applications.

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Why SD- WAN?

  • Traditional WANs were never designed for the cloud.
  • Applications are no longer hosted solely in enterprise data centers.
  • The traditional router-centric model that backhauls traffic no longer makes sense.
  • Backhaul adds latency resulting in poor user experience and lost productivity.
  • Helps geographically distributed enterprises become agile and dramatically lower costs.

Benefits to the Business

Better application experience

  • High availability for all critical enterprise applications
  • Multiple hybrid active-active links for all network scenarios
  • Dynamically routed application traffic
  • Improved Opex, replacing expensive Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) services with more economical and flexible broadband

More security

  • Application-aware policies with end-to-end segmentation and real-time access control
  • Integrated threat protection enforced at the right place
  • Secure traffic across broadband Internet and into the cloud
  • Distribute security to the branch and remote endpoints with NGFW, DNS security, and NGAV

Optimized cloud connectivity

  • Seamless extension of the WAN to multiple public clouds
  • Real-time optimized performance for Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce, and other major SaaS applications
  • Optimized workflows for cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure

Simplified management

  • A single, centralized, cloud-delivered management dashboard for configuration
  • Template-based, zero-touch provisioning for all locations: branch, campus, and cloud
  • Detailed reporting of application and WAN performance for business analytics and bandwidth forecasting