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SD-WAN Appliances

WAN QoE Delivered with Platforms That Scale

Oracle Talari SD-WAN appliances are available in multiple form factors (physical, virtual, and cloud-based) to support a wide range of locations 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 provide unprecedented WAN edge reliability and QoE, and offer features and performance advantages honed by many years of operations in thousands of locations around the globe.

Cloud Communications Challenges

Secure Cloud Connectivity

  • Integrated NAT/PAT firewall
  • DNS Proxy for URL redirection to the internet for trusted URLs
  • Optional virtual Palo Alto Networks firewall on a VM partition to provide DPI firewall capabilities
  • Supports TACACS+ and RADIUS authentication for management access to our edge appliances
  • AES packet encryption
  • Additional security features include Cipher Block Chaining (CBC), per-protocol sequence numbers, per-session symmetric encryption keys, encryption key rotation, extended packet encryption headers, and packet authentication trailers
Talari Appliances

What’s New in SD-WAN?

The Right SD-WAN

The Right SD-WAN

Implementation of an SD-WAN can be a complex process, with multiple factors affecting the overall performance of the device. This report provides insights into deploying the right SD-WAN into the right environment.

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News and Resources

With Oracle Talari platforms, businesses see an increase in network capacity plus dramatic improvements in reliability, and application QoE, even as they leverage internet connectivity and migrate their applications, including performance-sensitive ones like UC, to the cloud.