Over the past decade, internet traffic has only continued to grow in both volume and importance. Today, even the largest and fastest ASIC firewalls are reaching the limits of their capacity, and causing increasingly intolerable latency in enterprise networks. Global organizations no longer count on bigger data centers and fatter pipes to connect a single huge network. Instead, they scale by initiating new availability zones and regions optimized to provide local business continuity and quality of service. Compute and storage resources are auto-scaled for efficiency, and even global databases are adapting with distributed and eventual-consistency models.'With SD-WAN done right, every remote location and every IoT device gets its own internet breakout, and its own full-featured firewall.' Get more on SD-WAN & IoT history in this Barracuda Blog post by Tony BurgessClick To Tweet
Tony Burgess is a twenty-year veteran of the IT security industry and is Barracuda’s Senior Copywriter for Content and Customer Marketing. In this role, he researches complex technical subjects and translates findings into clear, useful, human-readable prose.
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