This is what Cisco’s SD-WAN solution, Intelligent WAN (IWAN) can do for you.
Back in the summer of 2015, the Intelligent WAN Application (IWAN App) on Cisco’s APIC-EM was announced, and it brought Software Defined Networking to the WAN (SD-WAN) to Cisco’s ISR 4000 series routers. The IWAN App enables you to bring up new branches in minutes by:
Simplifying configuration, provisioning, and management of your WAN
Automatically translating business policy to network configuration
Providing openness, programmability, and customization
Now, you can do all of that on the industry-leading ISR G2 routing platforms. By leveraging the IWAN App, you will take the first step towards a Digital Network Architecture (DNA) by automating your WAN with SD-WAN, protect your investment, and save on bandwidth costs today – no adding new hardware or ripping and replacing necessary.
There’s never been a better time. To see for yourself what the IWAN App on APIC-EM can do for you, take a look at the first video in the WAN Resolutions series here.
Get more technical information on these recent updates and details on platform support for the IWAN App by reading Jake Sacharok’s blog here.
Lastly, if you’re ready to get started, download APIC-EM here or contact your Cisco sales team or channel partner team.
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