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Score 8.6 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Azure Virtual WAN

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Cisco SD-WAN

SD-WAN es aplicable a todas las verticales de negocios, ya que ayuda de una manera eficiente en la administración de grandes infraestructuras, mejorando los tiempos de respuesta en incidente, facilitando la resolución de los problemas, así como garantizando la continuidad del negocio cuando ocurren interrupciones en sus comunicaciones upstream. Pero lo mejor de todo, es la experiencia del usuario mejora en un 100%, al tener la capacidad siempre de acceder a las aplicaciones de negocios de una manera fiable, confiable y segura. SD-WAN is applicable to all business verticals, since it helps to make the administration of large infrastructures more efficient, improving the response times related to an incident, facilitating the resolution of problems, and guaranteeing business continuity when there are interruptions in your upstream communications. But best of all, the user experience improves by 100%, by always having the ability to access business applications in a reliable and secure manner
Tanner Moreno | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Azure Virtual WAN

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Cisco SD-WAN

  • Before Cisco SD-WAN, our users even struggled to send emails with Microsoft 365
  • Cloud applications, such as SharePoint, were not taking a long time to load and made it impossible to collaborate
  • Streaming services--even though video streaming does not work at desired levels, music streaming started to work without interruption
Taner Imamoglu | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Azure Virtual WAN

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Cisco SD-WAN

  • Ease of initial configuration - I'm not actually sure how to make it easier without losing granularity and control, but it can be very difficult and confusing when first setting up. Afterwards, it's just point and click.
  • Model upload - It would be nice if a given hardware model could be "uploaded" to provide a basic configuration to start with.
  • Logs - I'd prefer more options for filtering logs and having certain ones not be alarms of any kind.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Azure Virtual WAN

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Cisco SD-WAN

Cisco SD-WAN 8.1
Based on 21 answers
The support that we have received during the deployment phase and the guidance that was imparted with were top-notch. We could have configured this without a doubt, but the expert opinion and advice that was provided to us helped accelerate the design and implementation process that we took. I won't go into specifics, as there are too many and they are on the case to case basis, but I am confident that you will be informed on what "fits" your needs best.
Ericson Aragoza | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Azure Virtual WAN

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Cisco SD-WAN

Cisco SD-WAN solution supports network micro-segmentation and identity-based policy management across Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access) and non-SD-Access branches. We are using SD-Access in all our branches and SDWAN on the WAN side, making an end-to-end solution for LAN and WAN. Integration between these solution makes much simple to test, troubleshoot and get support from a single vendor. I would always go with the end-to-end solution which makes us select Cisco SD-WAN rather than another vendor.
Inderdeep Singh | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Azure Virtual WAN

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Cisco SD-WAN

  • In my previous company, we had several production facilities across the US using Cisco's SD-WAN and it allowed the company to continue to provide for employees and our end customers when problems arose with circuits.
  • As I mentioned previously, vManage allowed the company to track when there are circuit outages in a really simple portal. Before Cisco's SD-WAN, we had to spend money on 3rd party monitoring.
  • Whenever there was an issue with the server, an employee could request assistance from anywhere instead of worrying about whether or not there was an IT employee present.
Katie vonErden | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

Azure Virtual WAN

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Cisco SD-WAN

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

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