The torrid growth projected for the SD-WAN market means that a ridiculous number of competitors will be able to sustain themselves for a long time.
This post examines the pros and cons of Route Optimization and SD-WAN as options to manage performance across multiple network paths and providers.
The SD-WAN vendor scrum grows; an increasing number of companies are contending for a place in your WAN traffic patterns. Here’s a list of the companies (some of whom are Packet Pushers sponsors) I’ve heard present about their SD-WAN products, sorted alphabetically.
Silver Peak gets into the SD-WAN market with Unity EdgeConnect, a new product that aims to make it easier to provision, manage, and monitor WAN connectivity for remote and branch offices.
Recently, I had to look after PBTS on Cisco ASR9K platform and faced some issues, here are some results about my tests. PBTS has the same goal as CBTS on Cisco IOS (Class-Based Tunnel selection) but for Cisco IOS-XR. It provides a tool to direct traffic into specific RSVP-TE tunnels (in the future Segment-Routing tunnels) […]