SD-WAN, SDN, NFV, VNF explained!
Recorded Webinar (60 min)
With Steve Woo
Many Enterprises are evaluating, piloting or migrating to SD-WAN. As they navigate the market they are encountering a myriad of technology terms, options and choices. During research and solution evaluations, Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN), Software-Defined Network (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Virtual Network Function (VNF) are concepts that come up frequently and often cause confusion.
This webinar will demystify these concepts, give you a detailed explanation of each and clarify the differences. Most importantly, you will learn which of these technologies are the best fit for your Enterprise to build the most scalable, high-performing, and secure wide area network.
Co-founder and VP of Products, VeloCloud
Steve co-founded VeloCloud and leads product and marketing strategy. Prior, he led the cloud strategy at Aerohive Networks after it acquired Pareto Networks, a cloud-based networking innovator, where he was VP of Product Management. Steve also spent time as VP of Product Management at McAfee, where he led the development of a next generation firewall after McAfee acquired Secure Computing / Securify where he was VP of Products. Steve worked for Cisco Systems twice, after acquisitions of two companies where he was an executive (Riverhead Networks and Class Data Systems) that resulted in 50x return on investment to investors. Early in his career he worked at SynOptics Communications / Bay Networks where his product line generated $1.7 billion of cumulative revenue, and he also spent time at McKinsey & Company. Steve has an MBA and MSEE from Stanford, and a BSEE from Cornell.