Version 2.1.2 brings many improvements and enhancements, among others, is enhanced NAT traversal for asymmetric NAT using STUN. This feature enables establishing tunnels behind NAT or a router, without the need to enable port forwarding or 1:1 NAT on the upstream router.
Network architects must start planning today to push routing intelligence, that provides application performance guarantees and security controls, to the very edge of their networks.
What to expect from this new version? We wanted to share a major milestone we achieved making generally available to our compute efficient L3/L4 application identification and policy based routing…
flexiWAN came to market with a promise to democratise SD-WAN. This vision is realised through our technology innovation coupled with our business model innovation allowing for a freemium model and 3 different deployment options designed to support a multitude of market segments and requirements.
Both platforms are good and do the job. Each company has its own technical requirements and priorities between them. Additionally, GitLab offers more value in their free option when starting off the project and at the beginning.
Many service providers go for a multi-vendor SD-WAN strategy. Here is why this strategy makes sense not only in the service provider space, but also for large enterprise deployments.
There is a large variety of open source networking technologies that can be used for building an SD-WAN solution but there are gaps that need to be filled in, mainly in the logic parts and the more advanced networking capabilities. Learn how flexiWAN closes these gaps by offering a comprehensive modular SD-WAN solution.
Creating an open and common SD-WAN overlay protocol is a win for everyone. Enterprises and service providers avoid vendor network lock-in and do not have to settle for a single SD-WAN solution for all of their sites.
A modular SD-WAN is a counter approach to how large vendors designed their SD-WAN products as monolithic systems that stimulate vendor lock-in. With a modular SD-WAN that is offered as open source, users can select the capabilities they need for their SD-WAN solution.