VMware SD-WAN Now Available on Megaport Virtual Edge

VMware SD-WAN Now Available on Megaport Virtual Edge

One of the pioneers of network virtualisation and a long-time Megaport customer, VMware is the fifth major SD-WAN integration partner for Megaport Virtual Edge (MVE).

Today we’re thrilled to announce the integration of VMware SD-WAN on MVE , our fifth global market-leading SD-WAN technology partner in our quest to transform the network edge. Our customers will be able to host virtual instances of their VMware SD-WAN edge routers on MVE, and deploy Megaport Virtual Edges directly from VMware SD-WAN Orchestrator to improve network connectivity at the edge in 24 metros worldwide.

Read the press release.

About VMware SD-WAN

For the past four years, VMware SD-WAN has been recognised as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant in WAN Edge Connectivity . It has also won a Global Market Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan.

VMware SD-WAN simplifies branch WAN networking by automating deployment and improving performance over private, broadband internet and LTE links for today’s increasingly distributed enterprises, as well as service providers. VMware SD-WAN enables enterprises to securely support application growth, network agility, and simplified branch implementations while delivering high-performance, reliable branch access to cloud services, private data centres, and SaaS-based enterprise applications.

Learn more about VMware SD-WAN.

VMware SD-WAN delivers an advanced Secure Access Services Edge (SASE) solution based on a global, multi-service network of more than 2,000 deployed VMware SD-WAN Cloud Gateways with integrated networking and network security capabilities.

Craig Connors, Vice President and General Manager at VMware, said in today’s announcement, “VMware SD-WAN in combination with Megaport Virtual Edge offers customers more choice for simplifying WAN operations, reliable network performance for business-critical applications, and easier adoption of hybrid cloud and multicloud, while reducing latency to cloud workloads.”

Optimising middle- and last-mile SD-WAN connectivity

An increasing number of enterprises are adopting SD-WAN to improve their edge network connectivity to better serve their distributed customers, partners, and employees. Integrating VMware SD-WAN with MVE, in addition to our recently announced integrations with Cisco SD-WAN, Fortinet Secure SD-WAN, Versa Secure SD-WAN, and Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN will give customers of these top SD-WAN providers the ability to reduce their network dependence on the unpredictable and vulnerable public internet. SD-WAN traffic can ride Megaport’s global, private Software Defined Network (SDN) to applications in the cloud, optimising middle- and last-mile connectivity, drastically reducing egress fees, and improving network performance and reliability.

As a vendor-neutral service provider that believes in offering maximum flexibility and choice to our customers, we will continue to integrate other SD-WAN solutions on to MVE. SD-WAN will also be the first of several network functions that customers will be able to host on MVE and Megaport’s global NaaS platform.

Learn more about how to use MVE with VMware SD-WAN at the Megaport Documentation Portal.

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