Understand connectivity in a software defined WAN

SD-WAN has redefined the user to app connectivity in most enterprises. It allows massive cost-saving, reduce the latency between users and cloud services and automates the optimization of routing decisions.

While simplifying network operations, SD-WAN also conceals a lot of what’s happening when users report performance degradations. Network teams become unable to track why connectivity has gone bad and how to fix it.

Kadiska constantly monitors connectivity involving SD-WAN networks, alerts of any degradations and shows where on the path network performance is being harmed.

End-to-end network path

In most cases, SD-WAN are used to connect remote sites to multiple destinations: on-premise datacenters, multiple clouds, a variety of SaaS applications. In most cases, these network flows will be secured by on-premise or cloud gateways (like CASBs and SWGaaS services).

Kadiska helps you keep track of network path to all resources (datacenters, clouds, SaaS) and identify which segment in the path is generating additional delay or packet loss.

Pinpoint issues in the SD-WAN overlay and underlays

SD-WAN automatically manage the routes by creating overlay tunnels; these overlay tunnels can use multiple underlay connections (MPLS, different ISP lines, 4G connections) to maximize availability and performance. In case you notice a performance drop at the overlay level, you often need to gain visibility on the performance of each underlay to understand the degradation and resolve the issue.
Kadiska monitors both overlay and underlays showing the origin of degradations (change of underlay, change in routes at the underlay level, congestion or degradation on a certain ISP path) and allow a short resolution by your team and an informed escalation to the right provider.

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