Learn how you can streamline your migration to Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN) with lab-tested deployment best practices from Verizon Managed Services. Profit from the real-world expertise and valuable insights of this leading WAN solutions provider.
Deploying Cisco IWAN in the Real World with Verizon
Live webcast October 28, 2015, at 10 a.m. Pacific Time/1 p.m. Eastern TimeAs cloud and mobile services continue to proliferate, IT organizations are increasingly challenged to deliver quality application performance to their branch offices. Moreover, those branches are no longer mere outposts. Increasingly, in today’s decentralized environment, they are locations where vital business is transacted, making responsive access to bandwidth-intensive applications mandatory.However, with WAN budgets mostly flat, adding bandwidth is typically not an option. As a result, many IT organizations are actively considering hybrid WANs because they have the potential to provide the best of both worlds—improved application performance for branch users along with the low cost of inexpensive Internet transport links.With Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN) technology, you can move to a hybrid WAN by deploying its advanced features such as Cisco Performance Routing (PfR) for Intelligent Path Control and quality of service (QoS). Now, let the experts from Verizon Managed Services show you how to streamline your adoption of these features based on their in-depth learning experiences.Simplify Your Journey to Cisco IWANThis live, 60-minute webcast provides industry best practices for Cisco IWAN deployment and management. Profit from the real-world expertise and valuable insights of Verizon experts gained through extensive lab testing and dozens of customer engagements around the world. Learn the key technical issues you need to address when adopting Cisco IWAN.See specific implementation guidelines for three typical industry use cases in banking, retail, and franchising. Find out how to implement PfR with Intelligent Path Control and QoS for positive results and much more as our experts from Verizon reveal:
How to support the latest branch applications like Microsoft Lync and Office 365
Security requirements for direct branch Internet access
Unified QoS standards required for centralized policy orchestration
Reliable transport requirements and wireless network design considerations
Live Q&A included
You can also get your Cisco IWAN implementation questions answered during the webcast. Be sure to tune in and see how you can take advantages of the advanced features of Cisco IWAN more easily.
Topics to be discussed include:
2. Overview of Verizon Managed Services
3. Benefits of Cisco IWAN
4. Overcoming common challenges for hybrid WAN adoption:
• Handling applications that may require split tunneling and centralized provisioning
• Security requirements for Internet at branches
• Unified global QoS standards needed for centralized policy orchestration
• Reliable transport requirements and wireless network design parameters
5. Specific deployment guidelines for three common IWAN scenarios:
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