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SevOne Unveils SD-WAN Monitoring Solution

June 08, 2018

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

SD-WAN is making its presence felt, seeing deployments mount from as a DIY project or managed service. This software defined networking solution is a key component of enabling the cloud era, and our SaaSy working world.  

This week, SevOne unveiled the SevOne SD-WAN Monitoring Solution to provide MSPS with added agility in offering complex network services in multi-tenant, multi-vendor SD-WAN deployments.  

"Enterprise accounts consuming MSP services today require high quality service delivery," stated Jim Melvin, SevOne's SVP, Marketing and Corporate Develoment. "The SevOne SD-WAN Monitoring Solution enables MSPs to provide real-time insight of complex services running across their infrastructure, and then extend that visibility across their entire service delivery path to continuously meet and exceed their service quality targets."




The SevOne SD-WAN Monitoring Solution supports Cisco (News - Alert) SD-WAN currently, easing deployment and delivering WAN optimization and more.

https://cdn.oas-c17.adnxs.com/RealMedia/ads/Creatives/default/empty.gif/0"Cisco SD-WAN with the SevOne SD-WAN Monitoring Solution provides MSPs a joint solution to deliver the agility and cost efficiency of Cisco SD-WAN to their end customers," said Ramesh Prabagaran, Director, Product Management, Cisco. "Paired with solutions like SevOne, Cisco SD-WAN gives customers a chance to solve issues before they impact the network, optimizing business operations and user experience.”

In specific, the release allows MSPS visibility in into SD-WAN and MPLS WAN in one dashboard; visibility extends to a customer’s branch, data centers, public cloud and more; single tenant and multi tenant dashboards are easily configurable to provide maximum insight; with customizability being a key feature.

SD-WAN is no passing fad, as it serves as a gateway to the digital world; and for MSPs it can be  big time revenue driver.

What’s in your WAN?




Edited by Maurice Nagle


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