Fortinet SD-WAN and the TIC 3.0 standard allows federal agencies to move from a hub-and-spoke network to a much faster software-defined network at a much lower cost. Best part is that SD-WAN capabilities is included with every Fortigate firewall.
When the developers at Lopez Food needed more compute power to compile software in their agile development environment, the infrastructure team chose to use the computing power available in their Intel NUC plant floor workstations rather than purchase compute cycles in Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web services. Lopez Foods is a prepared meat processor based […]
How can you develop an easy-to-manage cellular backup strategy for hundreds, or even thousands of locations, with a single point of contact and a single bill each month? By teaming with SageNet and Sierra Wireless. Cellular backup made easy SageNet and Sierra Wireless have teamed to make implementing cellular backup easy and pain-free. As anyone […]
Recently, as I prepared for the Fortinet Network Security Expert 5 certification, I spent a lot of time learning the detailed intricacies of using the FortiManager network orchestration tool to deploy large-scale SD-WAN networks. FortiManager is designed to make deploying hundreds and even thousands of sites easy and simple. SD-WAN is designed to route traffic […]
I just completed VMware for AWS Cloud training this week. I have done a fair amount of work with AWS, but most of it has been with a native AWS environment – EC2 instances, RDS databases, EBS storage, VPC networks. I have always been amazed at how easy it is to spin up environments in […]