Managed SD-WAN with application-defined networking
If you want to make sure your traffic is always routed through the best performing and most efficient network available, SD-WAN (software-defined wide area networking) is a great choice for your organization.
SD-WAN is a transport-agnostic approach to managing your network’s traffic, based on real-time application and network performance monitoring. It creates hybrid networks that integrate a variety of carrier services—broadband, LTE and others—into your private corporate network for superior performance, security and resiliency for your business-critical applications. It can rapidly adapt to changes in your traffic and it’s easily scalable to meet your organization’s growth.
CTP’s Managed SD-WAN Service makes it easy for your organization to adopt SD-WAN.
- We begin with a workshop that reviews your existing network, identifies your applications, and assigns business prioritizations for your network traffic.
- CTP orders and provisions any additional internet bandwidth required to fully leverage your new network. Managed SD-WAN delivers secure application traffic flow over almost any carrier service offering.
- Our network engineers will oversee the configuration and implementation of your new SD-WAN environment to minimize business disruptions.
- We provide comprehensive application and network management/monitoring , around the clock.
Your SD-WAN solution will deliver optimal performance over hybrid or internet networks with direct, secure access to enterprise and cloud applications, backed by quality of service controls.
By prioritizing your network traffic, managed SD-WAN maximizes your existing bandwidth and avoids unnecessary bandwidth upgrades. Plus, our engineers focus on maintaining your network’s peak performance so your team can focus on your strategic business initiatives.
Your WAN traffic is protected with multiple security options to safeguard your data, including strong Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) along with zone-based and cloud-based firewalls.