The SD-WAN market is gaining more and more strength; software-defined and managed connectivity solutions provide ever more possibilities and functionalities to adapt to the reality of business networks. One of the key aspects that all companies value is security. In SD-WAN networks, security can be provided in a number of ways, from encrypting communications to firewall policies, through IDS and IPS tools to the element that forms the topic of this blog post: segmentation.
Web Components is a standard introduced by the W3C for creating new elements for the web. It also allows developers to easily reuse and extend both the developed components and native elements. As they are part of the browser, no external library like jQuery is required. All you need to use your web component is a sentence in your HTML.
Many companies today are opting for microservices-based architecture. And this most certainly has to do with the fact that microservices are a perfect complement to SDN/SD-WAN technology, allowing the modules that make up the applications to be implanted in numerous servers or data centers.
Small and medium enterprises (SME’s) make up an increasing percentage of existing companies. As a result, they account for almost all of the business fabric worldwide. However, given their limited size, their budget for human resources, technology, safety, and infrastructure tends to be restricted and they must obtain the highest yield and efficiency (more so than large corporations, which often focus on quantity rather than optimization). In brief, small companies usually have as many demanding requirements as big ones.
Launched in 2010 by Facebook, React is an open source technology that became popular when Facebook bought Instagram in 2014 and launched this new language.
Facebook, together with a free software community made up of more than 1,000 developers, is in charge of its maintenance. As a result, this new technology has become one of the most innovative when it comes to programming.
It’s no secret to anyone that the concept of SDN/ SD-WAN has been gaining ground over the past four years. This is in direct response to a clear need to erase geographical boundaries and improve visibility, control, availability, performance, scalability and security among others.