(Live Webcast Tuesday July 16, 2019 at 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern / 7 pm Paris)
This event had place on Tuesday 16th, July 2019 at 10hrs PDT
In this session, we explore how you can utilize the Cisco SD-WAN Cloud onRamp for CoLocation solution to conquer your cloud initiatives without having to sacrifice security, optimization, latency, and flexibility. Cisco SD-WAN Cloud onRamp for CoLocation enables IT to deploy network services in minutes, over an SD-WAN or traditional routing infrastructure with simplified orchestration and management. With centralized orchestration, it is now simple and easy to design, provision, and manage the trusted network services that are critical to your business. In the age of the cloud, it is all about latency reduction. Often times, this goal comes at the cost of reduced security, reduced optimization, and expensive dedicated circuits - all in the name of producing a high quality experience for end users.
Introduction and Key Concepts
Components and Architecture
Deployment Options and Use Cases
Aaron Rohyans currently works on the SD-WAN Product Team within Enterprise Networking as a Technical Marketing Engineer. As a member and contributor of the team, he acts as a technical evangelist and enabler for partners and customers alike - bringing awareness to the need for Cisco SD-WAN, as well as the solution’s capabilities. He has been active in the Information Technology industry for several years with a Cisco-centric focus on Security, Routing/Switching, and Collaboration. Aaron graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 2005 with a degree in information systems and achieved his CCIE Security designation in 2008 (#21945).
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