In the G2 best business software and services peer-to-peer survey, Oracle Communications scored 4.5 out of 5.0 stars—excelling in Ease of Use, Quality of Support, and Ease of Setup. Oracle SD-WAN delivers a reliable, secure, high-performance network for business-critical services. Business outcomes are highly dependent on availability and performance of these critical services that span geographies. To provide the highest customer satisfaction, services are dependent on the ability to deliver the services consistently, securely, and reliably, even when infrastructure is compromised. The cost of operating and maintaining business-critical infrastructure is directly related to its ability to self-maintain and self-heal.
A safe and secure network, Oracle SD-WAN reduces operational burdens of provisioning, administrating, and monitoring IT networks—from clouds to data centers to the edge. It was created to solve the ongoing challenges of expensive, sluggish, inflexible networks that are difficult to deploy. With Oracle SD-WAN, businesses can benefit from the internet economics of higher bandwidth at lower cost, with a seamless connection to the cloud and SaaS.
Oracle SD-WAN technology developers were doing SD-WAN before SD-WAN was cool. They had a centralized controller and orchestration model even before software-defined networking was introduced earlier this decade. Oracle SD-WAN Edge solutions provide key network edge services critical to branch office and WAN management simplification—including SD-WAN, routing, firewall, and WAN optimization. There are also flexible deployment options at the physical edge, virtual edge, or in the cloud. Oracle SD-WAN enables enterprises to transform their traditional WAN by augmenting or replacing MPLS with high-bandwidth and inexpensive internet connections—delivering a network easy to deploy and manage without forklift upgrades. Patented technology performs continuous unidirectional measurement of all paths and offers sub-second response not just to link failures, but to congestion-based brownouts. Oracle failsafe SD-WAN delivers better-than-MPLS high availability and exceptional QoE for applications site-to-site and site-to-cloud.
Oracle SD-WAN Aware is a centralized management system that easily configures, monitors, and provides extensive analytics for Oracle SD-WAN. Centralized control reduces time and configuration errors associated with WAN management. Detailed performance data is correlated across the network. These capabilities deliver an easy-to-manage SD-WAN with unprecedented visibility into WAN and application performance.
As businesses become more digital, they deploy more and more cloud services. Oracle SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud Service enables businesses to manage these multicloud environments to ensure data, users, and clouds stay connected. It manages and monitors the lifecycle of an Oracle SD-WAN deployment. And it mitigates customer pain by delivering a centralized, easy-to-deploy suite of SD-WAN provisioning and monitoring tools that are running in Oracle Cloud.
Oracle’s Talari SD-WAN appliances are available in multiple form factors (physical, virtual, and cloud-based) to support a wide range of location and bandwidth needs—from small offices to large data centers, and from call centers to the cloud. Whether aggregating two T1s or supporting 7 Gbps of WAN capacity, Oracle SD-WAN platforms deliver unprecedented WAN edge reliability and QoE. These platforms offer feature and performance advantages honed by years of operation in thousands of locations around the globe.
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Our biggest benefit from Oracle SD-WAN is a more reliable network and the ability to deliver 100% uptime.Andrew Longsworth, Senior Manager, Global IS Infrastructure, Driscoll’s
Oracle SD-WAN gives us more flexibility in building out the WAN.David Badgley, Senior System Engineer, Dayton Superior
Talari gave us the reliability and bandwidth we needed to sustain our growth.Robert Harbin, Vice President of Information Technology, United Federal Credit Union