Federal agencies are looking to software defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) to advance digital modernization, to shore up network security and to comply with policies such as TIC 3.0. These networks are appealing because they are a virtual network that allows multiple types of communication service — including broadband and cellular — to connect users to their applications and data directly through the internet rather than via a dedicated wired network. To optimize SD-WAN’s benefits, some analysts propose converging security solutions and network service provider functions into a single “hand in glove” functional entity called Secure SD-WAN.
Further stoking the interest of IT decision makers at civilian agencies, SD-WAN solutions align with the implementation of GSA’s $50-billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract. SD-WANs provide an effective and efficient solution for optimizing and securing affordable broadband connections into cloud-ready, enterprise networks.
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