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Oracle SD-WAN (Talari)

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What is Oracle SD-WAN (Talari)?

The vendor states that Oracle SD-WAN was created to solve the ongoing IT challenges network managers face every day—from expensive, sluggish, inflexible WANs to difficulties deploying new office WAN links and accessing cloud services. With Oracle SD-WAN, enterprises can benefit…

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Talari SD-WAN review

8 out of 10
December 23, 2019
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We used it as a WAN router to connect a remote office to HQ. In my experience with Talari, I think it does an excellent job connecting our …
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What is Oracle SD-WAN (Talari)?

The vendor states that Oracle SD-WAN was created to solve the ongoing IT challenges network managers face every day—from expensive, sluggish, inflexible WANs to difficulties deploying new office WAN links and accessing cloud services. With Oracle SD-WAN, enterprises can benefit from internet…

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Product Details

What is Oracle SD-WAN (Talari)?

The vendor states that Oracle SD-WAN was created to solve the ongoing IT challenges network managers face every day—from expensive, sluggish, inflexible WANs to difficulties deploying new office WAN links and accessing cloud services. With Oracle SD-WAN, enterprises can benefit from internet economics, leverage high-bandwidth and inexpensive Internet connections, and safely migrate applications to the public cloud and SaaS at their own pace. The technology is based on Oracle's 2018 acquisition of Talari. Some Talari SD-WAN appliances are still sold under the brand name, Talari, as part of the Oracle SD-WAN solution.


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Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We use Oracle [SD-WAN (Talari)] to connect our branch offices to our two main datacenters using two separate ISPs. This is used across the entire organization and allows us to provide private connectivity between sites without having to purchase expensive and high-touch private circuits, such as MPLS, VPLS, point-to-point, etc.
  • Set it and forget it
  • Very reliable platform
  • Truly makes Internet connectivity like private connectivity
  • Talari Aware management solution very complex to set up useful dashboards
  • Management interface seems overly complex (7.3), though this was supposedly improved in 9.0
Product has been around for a long time and the stability and features are excellent. Now that Oracle owns it, its long-term viability is both improved (given Oracle isn't going anywhere anytime soon), but all the layers of bureaucracy and auditing that Oracle is famous for comes along with it.
  • Sub-second latency and packet loss detection and remediation
  • Simple portfolio
  • New Cloud functionality
  • For lower-bandwidth requirements (100's of Mbps) it is very cost-effective vs. the other big names
  • Hardware is reasonably priced
While I haven't looked at Silverpeak in a long time and haven't used any of the other big players, this product is a dedicated SD-WAN solution, so no need to get a combination device, unless that's important. We will likely implement SD-WAN through our next firewall platform refresh as a backup to Talari.
December 23, 2019

Talari SD-WAN review

Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We used it as a WAN router to connect a remote office to HQ. In my experience with Talari, I think it does an excellent job connecting our remote offices. Talai could solve our link issue. We do have a bunch of Link/los issues with our ISP, but we never were able to use it as is supposed to be used. I mean you should use two or more links (MPLS + internet, etc.) to able to fully take advantage of Talari link failure. Even only with only link connected it still gave us a lot of visibility, specially during link failure troubleshooting.
  • Failsafe- ability to aggregate low cost link and increase enterprise WAN bandwidth and also provide safe failor over in case of link interruption, with almost zero drops. In a lab test for voice it works perfectly for voice.
  • Config Change without system interruption (change config and apply it during Maintenance windows).
  • Ability to completely replace Core Router Functions - Especially in dynamic routing (add more routing protocols like EIGRP and also expand routing features like a prefix link, route map, and add more power routing capability to be able handle lar routing table).
  • High Port Speed. Device to be able to support 10G, 40G or even 100G port speed on both ways of communication.
Although things like high speed are not available in Talari (I think none of the SDWAN providers offer this), Talari devices provide good security and are easy to manage.
  • lowes oue WAN links Cost
  • Lower our Tshoot time /remote office
I would say they are pretty close in service delivery and the way they manage link performance. The only thing I would say Citrix is more expensive, but I like Citrix support better ( experience with Citrix LB). We have been using Meraki for a while. It delivers what we expected [and is] very easy to set up. We used Z1 for removing a VPN, which at glance is still an SD WAN. Very stable [and] the only problem I'm facing is the ability to design it better due to lack of documentation in my view.
So far so good. I have no problems with support; they were able to deliver a good service to us every time we needed it.
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