Legacy license models in networking are broken.

Legacy license models in networking are broken.

Legacy license models in networking are broken. Whether you use a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN), secure access service edge (SASE), or even good old multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), the requirement to buy “feature” tiers and bandwidth or throughput...
How did we go from SD-WAN to SASE to SSE?

How did we go from SD-WAN to SASE to SSE?

How did we go from SD-WAN to SASE to SSE? A decade ago, enterprise branch offices had a primary connection (usually MPLS) to the data center and other internal sites. Some large or high-value locations utilized multiple connections or backup links during outages. Then...
Dragging networking into the 21st century … 

Dragging networking into the 21st century … 

When Graphiant set out to change the networking industry, we recognized that we could not do it using the norms that had shaped the industry to date. Custom software built upon custom hardware managed by legacy protocols and systems would not provide the scale,...
Does the enterprise still need MPLS Connections?

Does the enterprise still need MPLS Connections?

Does the enterprise still need MPLS Connections? As we have moved away from data centers and offices to the cloud, SaaS, and the hybrid workforce, the overwhelming sentiment has been that enterprises and the enterprise network no longer need multi-protocol label...
Launch day. 

Launch day. 

One of the most exciting days in a start-up company’s journey. I was lucky enough to have a very successful journey with Viptela and the creation of the SD-WAN market. That journey concluded with an acquisition by Cisco and the growth of an 8-billion-dollar market...
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