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Expensive Bandwidth

Using a single WAN provider (such as MPLS) equates to additional margin for type 2 circuits (resold circuits). SD-WAN allows for you.

Inefficient routing

Backhauling internet traffic to a central gateway increases the load on an expensive MPLS network and degrades SaaS performance.

Inflexible redundancy

Allowing for a failover of an MPLS circuit requires either a VERY complex system or an entirely separate expensive MPLS network to fail over to.

Hybrid WAN vs. Internet as WAN

Your Hybrid WAN may have enabled you to send some of your traffic across an internet link to ease the burden on your MPLS connection. This can present challenges with steering the right applications over the right circuit at the right time.

Dynamic Multi-Path Selection

Steering traffic on a per-packet basis across the best available link in real time prevents black-outs and brown-outs. Pre-set performance criteria enable specific application traffic to use the cleanest, shortest, and most reliable route to access SaaS applications without backhauling traffic through a distant data center as a traditional Hybrid WAN might.

Internet as WAN

SD-WAN has enabled the emergence of private Wide Area Networks across many locations using internet only circuits. Even broadband circuits. This is revolutionary in that these broadband type circuits are a fraction of the cost of a dedicated MPLS T1 or fiber. But what about performance ?

SD-WAN enables you to aggregate 2 or more internet circuits together… running them in a Primary-Primary scenario. The “software” piece of this technology brings benefits giving your non-sla broadband circuits a similar performance quality of an SLA circuit. Here is how:

The Struggles of Traditional WAN

Very Expensive

Traditional WAN, especially MPLS, requires a single provider to access many sites. Most often, this provider is “white labeling” or reselling the services of other providers native to your branch locations. This is called a Type 2 circuit and only adds unnecessary costs to your WAN.

Datacenter Dependent

Traditional WAN does not allow for branches to have direct access to cloud resources using a “hub and spoke” network design. Traffic backhauled through the datacenter carries heavy performance penalties. This is one of the major disadvantage of traditional WAN.


An MPLS network creates a single point of failure in your network and makes it very difficult to allow for a failover solution of equal performance and security without a highly expensive and complex solution.

Unpredictable Performance

Another drawback in traditional WAN is application traffic over internet connections lacks SLAs and the reliability needed by users. Prioritizing data over VPN between branches is difficult and causes performance challenges of key applications such as voice and video.

Benefits of SD-WAN


A Single web-based portal provides real time analytics to every connection across an entire enterprise at every site. This is one of the major advantage of SD-WAN technology because an IT leader can now see performance metrics and history of brown outs and black outs as well as diagnose performance issues caused from internal discrepancies.


SD-WAN measures the quality of each circuit at the packet level as it dynamically steers traffic to the most efficient path and runs remediation on any connection experiencing degradation due to latency, jitter, or packet loss. These two components working in tandem create an unprecedented uptime reliability.

Speed of Deployment

Orchestration and Configuration are done at a global level and allow for branch deployment in minutes rather than months. An organization can set business and security policies one time for the entire organization and push it to every branch. Edge devices are self learning and can be installed with ZERO IT-knowledge.

Branch Office Deployment

With Traditional WANs, deployment is a long and drawn out process requiring months of coordination, multiple pieces of hardware at each site, and local configuration. Even after an organization has completed the arduous task of provisioning a traditional WAN, making changes and adding new sites brings an entirely new set of challenges.

Self Connecting

With a cloud provisioned edge services, branch connectivity happens automatically with a downloaded configuration and self learning abilities to detect links and bandwidth. Remote sites can be brought online in minutes using staff with ZERO IT-knowledge.

Global Policy Creation

Business and security policies can be set one time, globally, for all sites.

Global Configuration

Many organizations may have many branches but only a couple different branch profiles. These profiles can be created for a pilot site and deployed to all similar sites without starting over each time.

SD-WAN Security

Accessing cloud applications from multiple devices in multiple locations presents new challenges in network security today. How does an organization effectively secure traffic when it leaves the private MPLS network? SD-WAN can help.

With Several different deployment architectures, a Cloud-delivered SD-WAN architecture accommodates the needs of the most sensitive companies. Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN enables visibility into data center and SaaS application use, allows for network wide security policies, and inserts local and third party security services whenever needed.

The flexibility of branch deployment models allows for the level of security you need.

Securing the complexity of an increasing number of VPN tunnels is key in maintaining a secure environment without routing traffic back to a central data center. Cloud based SD-WAN can leverage hosted security facilities, both for VPN termination, as well as for insertion of other services including firewalling and cloud-based-security, such as Zscaler. This level of protection will ensure that your Company, brand, employees, and customers are all protected appropriately.

Cloud application / hosted controller

Management and control are provisioned and configured in the cloud delivering cloud SaaS/IaaS traffic to the cloud SD-WAN node while data center traffic continues to flow directly to the data center node.

Advantages of SD-WAN

In comparison to traditional WAN, SD-WAN delivers cost reduction, 10x faster deployments, Central management, and increased cloud application performance. SD-WAN enables business managers to deploy any type of internet connection from MPLS to broadband to LTE easily, quickly, and with increased quality, reliability, and security. Below is the brief overview of SD WAN technology and its new features:

Simplify Branch Network

Provisioning is easy and fast. With a single web based portal you can configure branch locations with automated zero touch deployments. Orchestration, monitoring, and troubleshooting tools make ongoing management simple.SD-WAN makes it possible to streamline branch infrastructure by inserting network services on the branch edge, in the cloud, or in your data center.

Optimize Application Performance

Optimize application performance over private, hybrid, or internet connections with direct, secure access to enterprise and cloud applications. SD-WAN provides direct, secure access to enterprise and cloud applications, reducing latency and improving performance.

Reduce Costs

SD-WAN allows for savings up to 60% when compared to traditional WAN configurations. SD-WAN allows for utilization of the highest quality connections available at the lowest price at each branch location. SD-WAN can be delivered on a purpose-built hardware device, virtual machine, or an existing x86 based router.

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What Are Cloud Services?

What is Cloud Services?

Cloud Services means services made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud provider's servers as opposed to being provided from a company's own on-premises servers. Cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed by a cloud services provider.

A cloud service can dynamically scale to meet the needs of its users, and because the service provider supplies the hardware and software necessary for the service, there's no need for a company to provision or deploy its own resources or allocate IT staff to manage the service. Examples of cloud services include online data storage and backup solutions, Web-based e-mail services, hosted office suites and document collaboration services, database processing, managed technical support services and more.

What it is Voice / SIP / Hosted Services?

Hosted Voice delivers more functionality than a traditional phone system, without the costs of managing and maintaining a PBX. Our Hosted VoIP solution is a hosted PBX phone system that allows businesses to streamline how they communicate.

SIP Trunking enables your business to reduce costs and simplify IT management by combining voice and Internet access over a single Internet connection using your existing IP PBX system. With SIP service, you purchase only the trunks you need based on the maximum number of concurrent calls your business requires. SIP Trunks are significantly less expensive than analog lines, further helping businesses reduce costs. MegaPath offers SIP Trunking for single-site businesses and Enterprise Trunking for multi-location businesses.

What is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)?

IaaS is a standardized, highly automated offering, where compute resources, complemented by storage and networking capabilities are owned and hosted by a service provider and offered to customers on-demand. Customers are able to self-provision this infrastructure, using a Web-based graphical user interface that serves as an IT operations management console for the overall environment. API access to the infrastructure may also be offered as an option.

What is Platform as a Service (PaaS)?

PaaS offerings facilitate the deployment of applications or services without the of buying and managing the underlying hardware and software and provisioning hosting capabilities. All "as-a-service" offerings are characterized as providing low initial cost, incremental cost as your service usage grows, self-service, best practices built-in, resource sharing, automated deployment, management services, lifecycle management, reuse. PaaS provides these capabilities for application and service development.

PaaS offerings may also include facilities for application design, application development, testing, and deployment as well as services such as team collaboration, web service integration, and marshalling, database integration, security, scalability, storage, persistence, state management, application versioning, application instrumentation, and developer community facilitation.

What is Software as a Service (SaaS)?

SaaS is typically accessed by users using a thin client via a web browser. SaaS has become a common delivery model for many business applications, including office & messaging software, DBMS software, management software, CAD software, dDevelopment software, virtualization, accounting, collaboration, customer relationship management (CRM), management information systems (MIS), enterprise resource planning (ERP), invoicing, human resource management (HRM), content management (CM) and service desk management.

SaaS has been incorporated into the strategy of all leading enterprise software companies. One of the biggest selling points for these companies is the potential to reduce IT support costs by outsourcing hardware and software maintenance and support to the SaaS provider.

What is Data Migration?

The process of migration, also known as cloud migration, involves the transferring of an organization to a cloud. More specifically, by undergoing migration, businesses relocate some or all of their applications, digital assets, services, and other general IT resources onto a cloud. In doing so, they are able to leverage the benefits of the cloud to promote more efficient, quick, and secure operations.

What is Desktop as a Service (DaaS)?

Hosted desktops streamline workflow by making your desktop and apps available online, allowing you to work on your files from anywhere in the world. Suited to large office environments as well as single users, virtual hosted desktops can improve efficiency and save time and money.

What is website, data, and cloud security services?

All businesses require secure operations in order to be successful and protect their sensitive information. Devising a comprehensive strategy to cover all of your security demands has never been more important, and should include a number of layered security services. Security is the culmination of a number of pieces working together to collectively create a powerful defense against cyber threats.

These security pieces include physical security, network protection, secure multitenant architecture, per-tenant firewalls, host-based firewalls, anti-virus, and backup and replication. In order to maintain the most secure environment possible, most businesses choose to trust the management of their network security to their provider.

What is Colocation?

Colocation is often used in the data sourcing industry to mean off-site data storage, usually in a data center. This is very important for businesses since the loss of data can be crucial for companies of any size, up to and including disciplinary action for employees or loss of their job. An unexpected loss in data can result from fires, earthquakes, floods, or any sort of natural disaster.

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