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Cisco Catalyst SD-WAN Foundations

Software-defined wide area network, or SD-WAN, is a type of networking technology that uses software-defined networking principles to manage and optimize the performance of wide area networks (WANs). It enables organizations to securely connect users, applications, and data across multiple locations while also providing improved performance, reliability, and scalability.

If you work as a network administrator, engineer, or IT architect, you need to stay apace with current trends and tools, particularly from Cisco, the global market leader in the field. Instructor Arash Deljoo helps you understand the components of Cisco Catalyst SD-WAN, how it works, control plane operation, data plane operations, policies, security, and more. Along the way, Arash shows you how to optimize connectivity and workflows using Cisco Catalyst SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp for software as a service, infrastructure as a service, and colocation.

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