SD-WAN enables enterprises to move away from legacy MPLS networks, private lines, and other more costly forms of connectivity, which solves for business challenges of providing a modern network that is global, secure, agile, and more affordable.
InterVision has shown the client a level of understanding that they hadn't yet been able to garner from AWS directly. Improvements to their cloud architecture are expected to unearth additional cost savings and to amplify their scalability even more.
InterVision is driving the optimization of the client's AWS spend through our FinOps capabilities. After InterVision architects migrate on-premises server workloads, the FinOps team price the recommended resource specifications offering discounts as high as 31.92% off standard On Demand pricing.
InterVision helped to improve the firm's business agility with SD-WAN to support their organizational growth, reducing the dependency on MPLS without compromising security or performance.
By taking the time to truly understand their business needs, service level requirements, and challenges, InterVision impressed the company. They appreciated our approach in looking at things strategically vs. tactically, especially our focus on a holistic perspective which helped to clearly translate issues for the executive and board room level.
InterVision engaged with the company to discuss their unique goals and pain points. The organization intends to leverage our contact center and Hosted Collaboration solution to accomplish their "Run" objectives, SD-WAN and IT management expertise for their "Grow" initiatives, and a machine learning (ML) assessment to identify areas to jumpstart "Transform" projects.
InterVision Announces Comprehensive Managed SD-WAN Offering that manages the latest SD-WAN technology, allowing businesses to react quickly and stay connected
The most significant innovation to WAN technology in the last 20 years, SD-WAN has quickly established itself as a more agile and reliable than traditional branch routers, offering benefits that create value for an entire business.
Traditionally, backhauling traffic through a datacenter allows an office to access the internet, external resources, data and apps. However, this model often creates hair pinning and pinch points as well as an overall complicated and expensive process. With the emergence of software-defined WAN (SD-WAN), this can all be avoided.