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Katie vonErden | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 08, 2019

Best way to streamline!

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SD-WAN was being used across the whole company when I worked at my previous company. It was utilized mostly for connecting the branches. It allows for zero-touch provisioning, which is very desirable. A specific issue it addressed was that it reduced manpower expenses since troubleshooting really was made easier and less convoluted. With a single click, you could configure different protocols including but not limited to OSPF BGP's ACL and a couple of others.
  • SD-WAN is very powerful and user-friendly.
  • It is especially useful if your organization has a large number of sites.
  • The zero-touch deployment saved so much time and freed up a lot of technical resources which can really quickly add up.
  • The instant tech support was unparalleled and really helped with the installation questions that many of our employees had.
  • I read on another review that Cisco’s refuses to participate in an SD-WAN test, which makes me question the product.
  • Worried about an increase in hardware upgrade costs.
  • When you offer too many features and only limited power that makes for products that could appear good but in the long run they are lacking in the real-world applications.
I noticed that this solution is very simple to manage through the vManage portal. The main dashboard affords customers valuable insights into what is happening at any of the company's sites.
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About Cisco SD-WAN, powered by Viptela

Viptela in San Jose provided software-defined WAN, and was acquired by Cisco in 2017. Cisco now offers and supports Viptela.
Categories:  Software-Defined WAN

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