January 16, 2021 2:16 pm

SD-WAN push: CloudGenix partners with Telarus

US-based Software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) firm CloudGenix said that it has become a supplier partner with Utah-based tech company Telarus.

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US-based Software-defined wide area networks () firm said that it has become a supplier partner with Utah-based tech company Telarus. Now SD-WAN products from CloudGenix can be sold by to their customers. “By partnering with CloudGenix, our partners can now provide their customers with a leading SD-WAN solution to help customers realize the benefits of SD-WAN. AppFabric allows for use of business terms when defining WAN policy and reduces the burden of configuring a buffet of low-level networking rules. With CloudGenix, our partners and their customers can get out of the weeds and focus on their business goals,” said Amy Bailey, Telarus vice president of marketing.

Regarding the partnership with Telarus, Robert Sexton, vice president of channels at CloudGenix said, “We are thrilled to work with Telarus. Adding AppFabric SD-WAN to their portfolio of services and technologies that they provide their partners allows us to collectively transform the way businesses design, implement, and manage their WAN. With CloudGenix, Telarus partners will be able to enable their customers to think about their WAN using business policies rather than technical policies, integrate cloud and SaaS seamlessly, and reduce costs across the board.”

The SD-WAN movement has forced the partner community to come up to speed quickly with this technology. CloudGenix is perfectly positioned to help Telarus partners bring SD-WAN to their customers, said company.

CloudGenix said that its SD-WAN reduces dependency on expensive multi-protocol label-switched (MPLS) private WANs, and reduce remote office infrastructure and cost. CloudGenix SD-WAN comes with CloudGenix AppFabric, which continually monitors granular transactional performance metrics for each application and WAN link. It also enforces policies for those applications based on user-defined requirements for performance, security, and compliance.

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