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Using a Custom Splunk App to Pull Enterprise Events from VMware SD-WAN Orchestrator

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With the evolution of networking and the ever-growing demand for networks to be secure, resilient and scalable, security information and event management (SIEM) platforms have become increasingly critical for large enterprises in terms of security, compliance, and automation. With SD-WAN at the forefront of the WAN transformation and VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud a leader in Read more...

Key Takeaways You Missed From Google Cloud Next 2019

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   Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of representing VeloCloud at the VMware Booth at Google Cloud Next ‘19, Google’s annual Cloud Next developer conference. It was a busy week for us as there was a lot of interest in our SD-WAN solution and how it integrates with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) as well Read more...
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5G and SD-WAN Are Biggest Takeaways from Mobile World Congress 2019

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Earlier this year, over one hundred thousand technology professionals met in Barcelona, Spain for Mobile World Congress 2019. MWC is always one of the most valuable events of the year for learning from and meeting with the industry’s top influencers, and this year was no different. The mobile technology event, which took place February 25-28th, Read more...

Extending VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud to the Google Cloud

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VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud seamlessly and more securely extends on-premises infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Customers can simplify, automate and optimize network connections from their premises to the cloud, and deliver a consistent operational experience. Digital transformation is changing the way enterprises manage their IT resources including how and where mission-critical applications are accessed, Read more...
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How RGIS Optimizes Global Office Branches with SD-WAN

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Companies with a global presence and multiple branch offices can quickly find themselves with a complex infrastructure that is inefficient and expensive to maintain. Global services company, RGIS, found themselves in just such a situation. Outdated and segmented network software services, connected to the datacenter through branch routers, resulted in heavy performance penalties, a lack Read more...