NEW DIRECTIONS FOR SD-WAN
Orchestrating connections, securing services, reducing complexity
2020 was a tumultuous year for SD-WAN. The technology really came of age as enterprises deployed it to connect remote workforces with workloads and services which in many cases were spread across multiple cloud platforms. Now those enterprises are asking where SD-WAN can take them next. In this Inter@ctive roundtable event, a panel of experts will examine how the technology will be used to solve a range of challenges, from meeting a new wave of security threats to optimising network performance at the edge as the ‘new normal’ unfolds. The next generation of SD-WAN will be more robust and enable greater agility than ever. AI will be embedded at its core, enabling further automation and resolving management headaches in new ways.
Our event will be introduced and chaired by Scott Raynovich, Founder and Principal Analyst, Futuriom, a noted authority on SD-WAN. He will offer highlights from his upcoming research report: 2021 SD-WAN Platform and Infrastructure Growth. And he will be joined by other participants in what promises to be a rich and valuable discussion. A media Q&A will take the discussion in a variety of directions.
Analyst Chair: Scott Raynovich, Founder and Principal Analyst, Futuriom
Archana Khetan, Head of Product, Enterprise Routing, Cisco
Prof. Martin Curley, Director, Digital Transformation and Open Innovation at The Health Service Executive (HSE)
Mark Vondemkamp, VP of Product in the Service Provider and Edge Business Unit, VMware