What exactly is software-defined WAN? How will that change how we build and manage the WAN? They were all looking at redesigning their branch offices. The consensus is that the model that we've been using to build out branch office networks is dead. We have been contorting applications that are written for cloud and mobile to fit underneath that. This caused huge pain points for all these organizations in terms of inflexibility, high cost and lack of agility. Software-defined WAN is an overlay on top of WAN infrastructure that gives a lot more flexibility and mitigates those pain points. And then there is an orchestration model to ease the burden of managing that infrastructure. But there is a trajectory here. There will be newer approaches where they are trying to take network appliances out of the branch office and put that into private or public cloud and use Ethernet and broadband connectivity for connections into branch offices.
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The race to move applications and services to the cloud, and the availability of high performance broadband is fueling the greatest networking revolution in a generation. Enterprises have long struggled with connecting users to applications, and until recently there were limited options to address these needs. Since SaaS services are available anywhere, users started to take the higher application performance when working from home for granted, and they began asking their IT department a very important question:. A user at home might have a 50Mbps Internet link, shared with a couple family members or roommates, with a direct route to the Internet. When that same user comes into the office they are left competing for just a few megabits of bandwidth, traditionally between 2Mbps and 10Mbps, and have to compete for bandwidth with multiple 10s of other users accessing applications, surfing the Internet, running remote backups and more. They also might not have direct Internet access, relying on that same overly saturated link to get them back to the data center before going out to the Internet.