GUEST OPINION by David Hughes, founder of Silver Peak and senior vice president of the WAN business at Aruba: If enterprises are to realise the full promise of the cloud and digital transformation, while supporting a new work-from-anywhere normal, they must transform both their WAN and security architectures — not just one or the other.
Broadband and hybrid wide area networks company Silver Peak has expanded its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), with the integration of its Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN edge platform with the new AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager.
By David Hughes, CEO Silver Peak
One of my predictions for the wide area network (WAN) in 2018 focuses on how the new WAN edge enables improved security architectures. I believe there are three primary ways in which the new WAN edge will enable improved security architectures for enterprises building an SD-WAN.
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