Tags

Tag: SD-WAN

Network Visibility: In a fix? Fix it!

The cloud-delivered services that your business thrives on are susceptible to multiple performance-impacting elements sitting in your network. While most businesses are well-versed with the basic concept of network management, what is the ‘secret sauce’ that makes your network management a cut above the rest? Before I answer that question, let me walk you through […]

Read Post
8 DIY Pitfalls Aryaka’s SD-WAN as-a-Service Eliminates | Blog

Are you walking the tightrope trying to orchestrate the daily management of your MPLS or hybrid networks around the world? As enterprises move applications to the cloud, they face challenges finding reliable and scalable WAN solutions capable of supporting globally distributed remote offices. Applications hosted by cloud and SaaS providers need cloud-based global SD-WAN services, […]

Read Post
Consume or Construct Your SD-WAN? Why a Cloud-First Managed SD-WAN is Better than a DIY Approach

If your company is beginning to embark on a digital transformation journey, ultimately, you’ll have to confront the question of how to modernize the Wide Area Network (WAN) and ensure it is up to the task of supporting the transformation effort. Today, most organizations are concluding that Software Defined-WAN (SD-WAN) is the best way to […]

Read Post
The Last Router

The year was 2012 and a new reality was setting in for the server market. It had been long dominated by companies like HP, Dell and IBM – who together had commanded a whopping 80% of the global server market and hence were Intel’s main customers for server CPUs. But in 2012 things started to […]

Read Post
Aryaka and Aryaka Customer World Fuel Services Win 2020 SD-WAN Implementation Award!
Join Us at the SD-WAN Expo February 12-14 in Ft. Lauderdale

We’re excited to announce that Aryaka and our customer World Fuel Services have won the 2020 SD-WAN Implementation Award from Internet Telephony for a successful SD-WAN deployment. Winners were selected by the internet telephony editorial team based on the effectiveness and success of their SD-WAN implementations and will be honored at this year’s SD-WAN Expo […]

Read Post
2020s Predictions

I recently returned from CES, sharing the show floor with 175,000 of my closest friends. The sheer size and diversity of the event you can read about elsewhere, but what became clear is that as we enter this new decade, we’re finally on the cusp of fundamental changes that we’ve been writing about for eons. […]

Read Post
Embracing DevOps with Aryaka Cloud-First WAN

In a previous blog, I wrote about network engineers playing second fiddles (never mind that I mentioned Leonard Bernstein’s New York and Vienna Philharmonics!) and if you check my LinkedIn, it got me some scorn from some contacts (we’re still friends). A healthy debate ensued, and it was conceded that network engineers must embrace “NetOps” […]

Read Post
Three Ways to Improve Availability of First Mile and Last Mile Over the Internet

The Internet as transport is becoming popular for the first and last mile enterprise WAN connectivity. The significant factors motivating this transition are the cost of MPLS circuits, the improving quality of broadband internet links, and the emergence of cloud architectures and applications. Source: NCTA – The Internet & Television Association According to NCTA – […]

Read Post
When Gartner Declares You a Visionary Company – What Do You Do Next?

We are thrilled to be named a Visionary in Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure. Aryaka was founded in 2009 by a group of visionary entrepreneurs who foresaw the importance of a managed wide area network delivered as a consumable service. The focus was on operational simplicity and a highly responsive infrastructure experience […]

Read Post
ONUG Fall Conference 2019

I truly enjoyed attending the ONUG Fall Conference in New York last month. If anyone needed to validate that SD-WAN is hitting its stride and making it into the mainstream, being there would have provided proof: high attendance, great discussions on the floor, many enterprises sharing their experiences with SD-WAN deployments. Moreover, the dawn of […]

Read Post
SD-WAN Doesn’t Have to be Scary (Halloween Special Edition)

Terrifying things are crawling around our porches this time of the year! And network managers have been receiving some scary news about SD-WAN as of late, ranging from the complexity of deployments to trusted vendors telling them they have to retrain all their top certified network engineers in order to successfully tackle SD-WAN. So, let’s […]

Read Post
2 ways in which managed SD-WAN accelerates VDI applications

Virtual Desktop infrastructure is commonly used by organizations to manage IT application access for employees in small remote locations, contract workers, and temporary employees. VDI offers these organizations flexibility and ease while maintaining data and application security. However, VDI applications are susceptible to latency and low speeds. End-user experience is severely impacted by the quality […]

Read Post