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21 August 2017, 10:11 am
The acquisition of hyperconverged software vendor Springpath is strategic and important to the next wave of growth for Cisco’s Data Center business unit.


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21 August 2017, 7:36 pm
<article> <section class="page"> <p>Software defined WANs (SD-WANs) have gained market momentum so quickly because their value proposition is multi-faceted. Some enterprises have looked to SD-WAN as a way to dramatically lower network transport costs, while others are <a href="https://www.silver-peak.com/products/unity-edge-connect/orchestrated-security-policies" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">building SD-WANs to automate network operations</a>. One of the more common use-cases I have seen is to shift toward an “active-active” architecture.</p><p><strong>ACTIVE-ACTIVE WAN ARCHITECTURE</strong></p><p>Historically, WANs are built on the concept of “active-passive”, where a branch can be connected using two or more links, but only the primary link is active and passing traffic.  In this scenario, the backup connection only becomes active in the event the primary connection fails. While this might seem sensible, it’s highly inefficient as enterprises are paying for far more bandwidth than they are actually leveraging. This inefficient architectural design is driving increased interest in active-active configurations.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/3216465/techology-business/how-to-know-if-an-active-active-architecture-right-for-you.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>


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