The Oversimplification of SD-WAN for Cross-Cloud Strategy

Are you confident in your cross-cloud strategy? Think again. Many organizations make the mistake of assuming that extending their SD-WAN to the public cloud is as straightforward cross-cloud strategy. This oversimplification can lead to significant operational and scalability challenges. To truly leverage the power of cross-cloud connectivity, you need a well-planned and meticulously designed approach that integrates seamlessly with public cloud networking services. Here’s why your cross-cloud network strategy needs more than just IPsec tunnels between public clouds and why careful planning is crucial for success.


Azure virtual WAN (vWAN): Lessons Learned

Azure virtual WAN (vWAN ) is undoubtedly a strong choice in the wide-area network (WAN) connectivity model, utilizing third-party backbones. It holds significant potential and functionalities, but it is also a relatively immature and evolving service with certain limitations in use cases that deviate from the Azure reference architecture.

In this post, I would like to share my first-hand experiences and lessons learned from integrating vWAN into my use case. I hope that these insights can assist you in making decisions and implementing workarounds to address challenges arising from certain limitations.

Here we go!🚀


Zscaler Internet Access – Client Connector Forwarding Modes

The cloud has fostered the evolution of traditional connectivity models to improve the user and application experience. Security is becoming a growing concern as traditional perimeters are disappearing and a Zero Trust approach is essential in today’s security architectures.


Accessing the Cloud