Teridion, which offers public cloud-based WAN services, now has integration with Cisco Meraki MX Security and SD-WAN appliances. The combined solution is a new approach to branch networking, it says, delivering the Auto VPN and SD-WAN capabilities of Cisco Meraki’s MX appliances with Teridion’s "high throughput and low latency" public cloud-based WAN service.
It says that its WAN solution has visibility and control of first, middle, and last mile of the Internet and extends SD-WAN and WAN acceleration beyond enterprise sites to include SaaS applications and enterprise cloud workloads across multiple public cloud providers. "The announcement highlights the new, seamless network level integration between Teridion’s high performance cloud WAN service and Cisco Meraki’s easy-to-use Auto VPN routing and high availability capabilities. Enterprise of all sizes can expect real-time applications such as voice and video to see latency improvements of up to 30 percent and file transfer throughput increases of up to 500 percent. As always, the Cisco Meraki and Teridion solution is secured with Cisco’s market-leading security capabilities and managed in the cloud," it says.
The Teridion cloud WAN service is a snap-in integration with Cisco Meraki MX enterprise security and SD-WAN appliances that brings "carrier-grade" Internet and WAN performance to broadband and dedicated Internet access connections. Teridion is available at lower cost than carrier circuits, and is backed with an SLA.
“This news is tremendous validation for the differentiated WAN offering we launched late last year,” said Pejman Roshan, VP of Products and Marketing for Teridion. “We have been working closely with Cisco Meraki on this deep integration, and together the combined solution makes it easy to deploy a secure and high performance WAN that is 100-percent cloud managed. Together, Cisco Meraki and Teridion enable businesses with regional, nationwide, or global WANs to drastically improve the performance of business critical applications, whether they are hosted in corporate data centers, SaaS applications, or deployed across various cloud providers.”