Verizon Business furthers global managed services portfolio expansion with VMware

Verizon Business furthers global managed services portfolio expansion with VMware

What you need to know: VMware’s SD-WAN solution includes centralized orchestration, global cloud ramps, and a wide range of peripherals, making it the optimal choice for a cloud-ready global enterprise. Complementing Verizon Business, the SD WAN portfolio offers another opportunity for VMware businesses as they seek a unified user experience across devices and modes, delivering bandwidth efficiency that controls costs, fast deployment and simplified operations, and performance improvements.NEW YORK – Verizon Business announced today Add to the global software-managed Wide Area Network (SD WAN) service portfolio included in the Verizon-managed WAN service. Designed for cloud-ready global businesses, this new solution supports Verizon’s partner ecosystem-managed SD WAN services as part of a network service (NaaS) strategy. “Over the past two years, we’ve seen a massive transformation of SD WANs managed at the edge of the WAN,” said Massimo Peselli, senior president of global business at Verizon Business. “This new VMware-managed service solution increases choice for customers looking for centralized intelligence and efficiency on the edge of the WAN, and is another example of Verizon Business’s partnership to provide the best solutions to meet our customers’ transformation needs.” As users and applications become more and more. distributed, a wide area network (WAN) can be difficult to deploy due to its lack of flexibility, which makes it a bottleneck in providing a consistent user experience. Services managed by Verizon are a network development that meets the changing needs of customers in global businesses. Verizon-managed SD WAN addresses these challenges and limitations and is designed for today’s cloud-based businesses. It allows users to seamlessly connect with applications across multiple infrastructures, providing unified as well regardless of experience and mode of transport. It delivers bandwidth efficiency that controls costs, rapid deployment with streamlined operations, performance improvements, and is flexible and scalable to deliver better business to support large global customers. VMware SD-WAN, part of VMware SASE is built on the cloud is the main resource for client applications, and the solution structure includes three main components: SD WAN centralized orchestration: VMware Orchestrator is a centralized orchestration platform that provides centralized policy, monitoring, reporting and analysis through Verizon Enterprise Center. Gateways with SD WAN Controllers: VMware Gateways are Global Access Points (PoPs) that allow client peripherals to optimize latency for managing and managing planar traffic. VMware SD WAN Edge: Verizon deploys VMware Edge devices on a client site and then programs orchestrators with appropriate policies to reach those edge developers ices to facilitate routing of SD WAN applications. Craig Connors, vice president and general manager, VMware SASE, said, “Next-generation state-of-the-art applications are on the verge of modernizing their core network to support them. VMware SD-WAN, part of our broader SASE platform, provides more reliable and secure connectivity By ultimately improving the end-user experience, Verizon is making it easier for its business customers to move to the edge by adding this solution to their SD WAN portfolio. ” Visit the Verizon Business NaaS landing page for more information.

What you need to know:

What you need to know:

The VMware SD-WAN solution includes centralized orchestration, global cloud ramps, and a wide range of peripherals, making it the optimal choice for a cloud-ready global enterprise. See the article : Global IT Managed Services Markets, 2021-2025 – Leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Managed Services.

In addition to the Verizon Business SD WAN portfolio, VMware offers another opportunity for business customers as they seek a consistent user experience across devices and modes, delivering bandwidth efficiency that controls costs, fast deployment and simplified operations, and performance improvements.

NEW YORK – Verizon Business today announced the addition of VMware to its global software-defined wide area network (SD WAN) service portfolio, which is part of a Verizon-managed WAN service. Designed for cloud-ready global businesses, this new solution supports Verizon’s partner ecosystem-managed SD WAN services as part of a network service (NaaS) strategy.

“Over the past two years, we’ve seen a massive transformation of SD WANs managed at the edge of the WAN,” said Massimo Peselli, senior president of global business at Verizon Business. “This new VMware-managed service solution increases choice for customers looking for centralized intelligence and efficiency on the edge of the WAN, and is another example of Verizon Business’s partnership to provide the best solutions to help our customers transform.”

As users and applications become more distributed, the deployment of a wide area network (WAN) can be difficult due to its lack of flexibility, which makes it a bottleneck in providing a consistent user experience. Services managed by Verizon are a network development that meets the changing needs of customers in global businesses. Verizon-managed SD WAN addresses these challenges and limitations and is designed for today’s cloud-based businesses. It allows users to seamlessly connect to applications across multiple infrastructures, providing a consistent user experience regardless of device and mode of transportation. It delivers bandwidth efficiency that controls costs, rapid deployment with streamlined operations and performance improvements, and is flexible and scalable to improve business flexibility and support large global customers.

VMware SD-WAN, part of VMware SASE, is built on the use of the cloud as the primary resource for client applications, and the solution structure includes three main components:

SD WAN Centralized Orchestration: VMware Orchestrator is a centralized orchestration platform that provides centralized policy, monitoring, reporting, and analysis through the Verizon Enterprise Center.

SD WAN Gateways with Controllers: VMware gateways (PoPs) are located around the world, allowing client peripherals to optimize management and air traffic control latency.

VMware SD WAN Edge: Verizon deploys VMware Edge devices on a client site and then programs orchestras with appropriate policies to deliver them to those peripherals to facilitate routing of SD WAN applications.

Craig Connors, vice president and general manager of VMware’s SASE business, said: “Next-generation state-of-the-art applications are on the verge of modernizing their core network to support them. VMware SD-WAN, part of our wider SASE platform, By adding this solution to its SD WAN portfolio, Verizon makes it easier for its business customers to move to the edge.

Visit the Verizon Business NaaS landing page for more information.

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