Live webcast April 22, 2015, at 10 a.m. Pacific Time/1 p.m. Eastern Time
Confronted with the contradictory demands of more responsive branch application performance and flat WAN budgets, more and more IT organizations are moving to hybrid WANs. If anything, this trend is expected to accelerate in 2015. In fact, according to Gartner Research, “Hybrid will be the new normal for next-generation enterprise WANs.
However, when you have dozens or hundreds of branches and a limited IT staff, designing and deploying a hybrid WAN can seem a daunting challenge. Now, Cisco has simplified the task and enabled you to speed your hybrid WAN implementation with the new Cisco Intelligent WAN Design Guide.
During this live, 60-minute webcast, our experts will show you how this comprehensive guide enables you to eliminate trial and error, benefit from customer-tested, proven best practices, and enjoy optimal benefits from your hybrid WAN implementation.
Learn the advantages of various architectural scenarios and which is the right choice for your organization’s unique needs. Find out common design pitfalls to avoid. Profit from our engineers’ expertise and understand the key considerations you have to make when:
Using high-availability to ensure business continuity
Securing branch infrastructure for direct Internet access
Understanding traffic flows passing over your WAN
Identifying the applications consuming most of your WAN bandwidth
Monitoring and prioritizing business class applications over your WAN
Live Q&A included
You can also get your design and deployment questions answered during the webcast. Find out how you can speed your hybrid WAN migration with the new Cisco Intelligent WAN Design Guide.
Topics to be discussed include:
Short recap on the hybrid WAN webinar series and what has been covered so far
Why design guides? Cisco has been producing Cisco Validated Designs (CVD) based on common customer use cases that have been comprehensively tested and documented to ensure faster, more reliable, and fully predictable deployment
Introduction to the IWAN Design Guide, why it was produced, the work to produce the guide, and how it should be used
Top five recommendations to consider when designing a hybrid WAN: o Using high-availability to ensure business continuity o Security needs at the branch if planning to use direct internet access o Understanding WAN traffic flows o How to identify which applications are consuming your WAN bandwidth o How to monitor and prioritize business class applications over your WAN
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