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Glue Networks Brings Intelligent Orchestration Engine to Cisco SDN WAN

Tuesday, 20 May 2014 06:13
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Glue Networks has demonstrated Gluware® with WAN analytics, the architecture-aware intelligent orchestration engine to provide WAN analytics, visualization, verification, and change management at Cisco Live, Cisco’s annual IT and communications conference.

Gluware Intelligent Orchestration Engine, Source:Glue NetworksGluware Intelligent Orchestration Engine, Source:Glue Networks

The solution enables detailed and granular analytics of Cisco QoS on a per application basis, Cisco performance routing (PfR) and orchestration to reprogram and proactively change the network according to conditions, where other systems allow for visualization and monitoring only. 

Gluware said that the intelligent orchestration engine is highly scalable and automatically deploys, manages and monitors enterprise WAN infrastructure resulting in lower costs. The built-in architecture-aware expert system allows an enterprise to intelligently provision, monitor and optimize a network throughout its full lifecycle. Gluware provisions an enterprise WAN in minutes vs. weeks or months with manual solutions, and delivers agility, efficiency and cost savings to the WAN. 

 

Glue Networks enables enterprises to leverage their investments in WAN infrastructure and training, and delivers WAN analytics, intelligent orchestration and policy management. Gluware will expand WAN analytics to provide autonomic responses and allow the engine to proactively and dynamically change QoS on a per application basis on the fly. The Gluware architecture was designed to address autonomic end-to-end application policy all the way from the data center to every end point on the WAN, including the ability to hand shake with the data center or service provider network.” 

- Jeff Gray, CEO and Co-Founder, Glue Networks

IT business leaders are looking to bring innovation to their WAN architecture and garner the same simplicity, agility, CapEX and OpEx savings they are pursuing through Software- Defined Networking (SDN) for their data center. At ONUG Spring 2014 Software- Defined Wide Area Networking was voted the #1 use case most likely to be included in an RFI/RFP in the next 12 months.” 

- Nick Lippis, ONUG Chaiman and Co-Founder

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