SD-WAN Redefined: The Case for AI in SD-WAN

It should come as no surprise that the revolution in mobility, cloud, and remote work has up-ended the traditional WAN model. Even before the pandemic, about 54% of enterprise workloads were running in a cloud and only 37% of WAN traffic fit the traditional definition. 

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In the wake of COVID-19, more work has shifted to clouds and modern enterprises must support employees wherever they are, using various devices, to reach services that reside anywhere.

Watch to learn how the WAN must leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI) and fundamentally change to wrangle the complexity of today’s modern IT environments. Our experts will explain the key trends driving this change and share how modern WANs must:

  • Serve as the interconnect for all users, devices and resources regardless of where they reside
  • Bolster IT’s success by enabling AI to manage large and complex environments
  • Provide the enterprise with complete visibility into and control over network traffic
  • Support operations teams beyond what traditional SD-WAN can provide