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Software Defined WAN

Software Defined Wide Area Networks are specific applications, which are a part of Software Networking Technology, used to connect business networks. Data centres and branch offices are included in these business networks that are connected by Software-Defined Wide Area Networks over long distances. Software Defined WAN aims at delivering business-class, highly fortified, and simple cloud-enabled connections which are very open. Premium enterprise services like VPN, Wide Area Network optimization and applications delivery control make use of WAN connectivity. Many of the upcoming and small-scale businesses are targeting Wide Area Networks due to its massive potential which runs into millions of dollars in revenue. 

Benefits of using Software Defined WAN

The benefits of using Software-Defined Wide Area Networks compared to traditional Wide Area Networks are plentiful. Software Defined WAN offers heightened network agility and also is quite inexpensive compared conventional WANs. The performance of Software Defined WANs is much better when compared to hybrid and internet links. With Software Defined WANs, branch infrastructure can be simplified and streamlined to a great extent. Expensive bandwidth, branch complexity and rigid architecture are some of the challenges faced by branch networks, and with the deployment of Software Defined WANs, these challenges are overcome. Improved business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities are some of the other added advantages of using Software Defined WANs.

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