Hybrid WAN has evolved to encompass traditional leased lines in concert with public Internet connections. By using this approach, a hybrid WAN can give organizations a more versatile and cost-effective way to connect their offices while still relying on dedicated links to send mission-critical data.
An edge device is a device which provides an entry point into enterprise or service provider core networks. Examples include routers, routing switches, integrated access devices (IADs), multiplexers, and a variety of metropolitan area network (MAN) and wide area network (WAN) access devices.
The idea behind ZBF is that we don’t assign access-lists to interfaces but we will create different zones. Interfaces will be assigned to the different zones and security policies will be assigned to traffic between zones.
APM/NPM tools provide administrators with the data they need to quickly discover, isolate and solve problems that negatively impact performance.(application and network performance monitoring)
A network that is easy to set up and manage with the added benefits of reduced costs, flexible capacity, and vendor independence. It can run in parallel to an existing network, and be deployed incrementally, so customers can switch over at their own pace.
CloudGenix enables a diverse carrier strategy to address insufficient bandwidth needs by making all available connectivity paths active/active. Schools with the CloudGenix solution transition away from expensive MPLS or Internet links to a more affordable bandwidth strategy like Internet and LTE to save money and improve end-user experience.
The CloudGenix solution gives school systems insight into all of the applications running across the schools’ network and details how the bandwidth is being utilized. Applications that are recreational or non-essential can be whitelisted or blocked from traversing the schools’ network to better optimize the available bandwidth.
We help schools plan for accelerated application and device-count growth while retaining visibility into how those applications are performing. With CloudGenix, we support up to six individual networks and connectivity sources like commodity internet, LTE, satellite, and MPLS, all of which can be added within minutes.
It gives you visibility into the applications that people are running. It also allows you to set traffic priority to those applications you deem critical. Think of it as creating the HOV lane for your most important applications.
Your IT team can see every IP address and URL that every device in your system is using in real time. Students are constantly finding new ways to avoid proxy servers and access content blocked by the school. CloudGenix can give you visibility into those applications using your bandwidth and identify the IP address. All a school would need to do is add the URL being accessed to their web filter to prevent that traffic going forward.
CloudGenix routes internet traffic real-time to the fastest route available. This helps reduce traffic jams and improve the end-user experience.
By moving to an environment with multiple internet pipes instead of one MPLS line, districts can increase reliability and reduce cost.
Districts can move away from the triennial need to refresh Cisco/Juniper routing equipment and the high cost associated with those refreshes. It Costs 30-70% less than an MPLS line.
CloudGenix can run in line with your existing system with zero impact. Experience how easy it is to set up and manage.