SD-WAN Migration

Businesses worldwide are transforming their patchwork of physical networks, security tools, and diverse connections into a simple to manage infrastructure using a software-defined approach. SD-WAN technology overlays the entire network with an intelligent homogeneous software layer. There are many benefits to an SD-WAN, including reduced costs, improved performance, and robust cybersecurity. Migrating a physical and manually managed network to an SD-WAN is not a simple flip of a switch. It requires several steps to ensure a successful transition.

Experts in Migrating Networks to an SD-WAN

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The greatest challenge you will face is selecting the best SD-WAN managed service. Many MSPs and Telcos claim to offer SD-WAN managed services. Unfortunately, their SD-WAN products are often stitched together systems and technologies, often including third-party services.

These SD-WAN vendors generally lack the deep expertise and experience required to properly plan and execute a migration strategy, resulting in delays and a final solution that may present new problems such as security vulnerabilities.

How Should an SD-WAN Provider Manage the Migration Process?

Migrating to an SD-WAN requires an understanding of the customer’s goals and business processes. It requires a phased approach. Execution is important, but so are the other phases. Every customer and SD-WAN implementation is different. The time required to complete each phase will vary. SD-WAN migration, from start to finish, can be completed in days, weeks, or months. There are three main phases to migrating a network to an SD-WAN.

Migrating to a software-defined network is simple if your SD-WAN vendor has experience. We are the industry-leading experts in migrating networks to an SD-WAN.

Contact our customer advocates to begin your migration to an SD-WAN.