SD-WAN: What Should Global Enterprises Building Multi-Clouds Consider?
According to IHS Markit research, global enterprises are ramping up their SD-WAN adoption cycle, with market revenue reaching $444M in 2017 and expected to hit $3.6B by 2022. With this rapid growth, it’s important that enterprises are fully aware of the many variables that come with SD-WAN adoption and how to navigate the requirements needed for their enterprise.
While it’s no secret that application performance, cloud connectivity, and cost reduction are top of mind for IT professionals, it can get tricky with all the choices out there. And those choices largely depend on whether an enterprise is operating internationally or in a specialized industry within a single region.
Earlier this year, IHS Markit published their annual Data Center Network Equipment market tracker report to showcase the impressive growth of the SD-WAN market and highlight vendors that are making the biggest impact. Aryaka was named in the report as the largest independent pure play SD-WAN provider with more than 800 global enterprise customers such as Samsung, Emirates, Cigna, and Air China, indicating that accelerated WAN services delivered over a global private network offer an alternative to edge hardware and are more designed for our cloud-enabled, mobile age. However, with so many SD-WAN vendors at play it’s hard to know which one is right for your business.
To learn more, join Clifford Grossner, Ph.D., Senior Research Director & Advisor, Cloud & Data Center Research Practice at IHS Markit, and Gary Sevounts, Chief Marketing Officer at Aryaka for an exclusive webinar. In the webinar, they will cover:
- SD-WAN, multi-cloud, and globalization market dynamics
- Challenges connecting all global enterprise locations
- Architectural options for global enterprises building international multi-clouds
- Global enterprise SD-WAN success cases
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