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Breaking with Tradition: How VMware IT Transformed WAN with VMware SD-WAN
WAN has become a barrier, and a big one. Discover how VMware IT took its first steps into SD-WAN. Real-life use cases on how we replaced the edge routers, increased performance for end users, brought a new WAN standard to the branch offices, and simplified our overly complex QOS polices will be discussed. Plus, our team will showcase our currently deployed architecture and VMware IT’s roadmap for the future. Includes introduction to VMware VeloCloud® and VMware NSX® SD-WAN, what problems were VMware IT trying to solve, figuring out what SD-WAN is not—and how VMware IT planned for that, as well as challenges VMware faced (and you can avoid). Finally, we’ll cover planning, migration and execution tips when converting the first office, and how to keep the momentum going by supporting SD-WAN and targeting future deployments.

Jul 22, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Nick Ford
Sr. Solutions Engineer @VMware
Nick is responsible for the evaluation of emerging technologies at VMware. He has created the reference architecture and led VMware IT’s first SD-WAN deployments to the branch offices and data centers. Nick possesses a core skill set in networking, complemented by a passion for networking, security, and automation. He has 8+ years of technology experience that includes leading new initiatives while at multiple publicly traded global companies.
Swapnil Hendre
Director of Solutions Engineering and Design @VMware
Swapnil is responsible for architecting solutions for public and private clouds and for leading solution architecture from inception to production. With 16+ years of IT experience, he is one of VMware IT’s resident experts on the design and implementation of NSX micro-segmentation and VMware Cloud on AWS in IT’s Infrastructure and Cloud Operations. Previously, he worked for Symantec, HP, CSC and Nortel. Swapnil holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering.