Cloud-Enabled SD-WAN

Cloud-Enabled SD-WAN is an SD-WAN architecture offering on-site equipment that connects to a cloud gateway (or virtual gateway). This provides the benefits of an on-premise SD-WAN with the added benefits of performance boosts when companies use cloud applications.

Cloud-Enabled SD-WAN is an SD-WAN architecture offering on-site equipment that connects to a cloud gateway (or virtual gateway). This provides the benefits of an on-premise SD-WAN (real time traffic shaping for example) with the added benefits of performance boosts when companies use cloud applications. This is most beneficial in situations where connectivity becomes an issue, but cloud applications can remain connected to a gateway that’s networked directly to a cloud provider. Those gateways can keep sessions active for cloud applications. It’s common for cloud apps to run over public internet where they’re controlled by the company’s SD-WAN.