Reinforcing Agility With Graphiant’s Network Edge Service

In this article, Sulagna Saha reviews Graphiant Network Edge, an as-a-service solution that provides ready-to-consume networks for enterprises. Networking has become more complicated with the rise of edge and AI. Graphiant’s solution seeks to simplify complex networking drills by replacing traditional networks with one that is performant, affordable and secure, and consumable as-a-service.

Network Field Day 33 – Day 1 – Graphiant

Jordan Villarreal reacts to the Graphiant presentation at Networking Field Day in this YouTube video. He was impressed by their phenomenal presentation, especially for a new company just launching.

A New Approach to Private Connectivity With Graphiant

In this LinkedIn article, Tim Bertino discusses Graphiant, a Network as a Service company that aims to offer customers private connectivity in an as-a-service model. Graphiant aims to reduce complexity by implementing fewer tunnels in its private cloud with multiple global locations, and also offers end-to-end encryption without the need for packet decryption in their core. Bertino views Graphiant’s solution as a less complex means for connecting both the private enterprise and customer implementations in the public cloud.

Does Automation Require Reengineering?

Tom Hollingsworth explores the nuanced relationship between automation and pre-existing systems. He argues that while automation can expedite processes and reduce errors, it doesn’t necessarily improve or fundamentally change a system with inherent issues. He suggests that instead of investing valuable time in automating a flawed system, resources could be more effectively spent on reengineering the processes in a way that truly solves underlying issues and generates more value.

Network Field Day 33 – Day 0

Jordan Villarreal shares his excitement about Network Field Day 33 in this YouTube video. With leading names such as Cisco, Nokia, Fortinet, and Intel as well as new faces like Graphiant and RG Nets, the event provides significant insights into the ever-evolving networking domain. The topics range from versatile network solutions to edge gateways and from switching platforms to the anticipated wildcard entry of Intel.

Finishing Strong With Networking Field Day 33

Tech Field Day is back with the final Networking Field Day event of 2023, live on October 25 and 26, and featuring presentations from Graphiant, Cisco, RG Nets, Nokia, Fortinet, and Intel. Tom Hollingsworth and company anticipate exciting updates on growth, debut products, and new technology advancements in areas like SD-WAN, SASE, optical networking, digital experience monitoring, and sustainable networking solutions. The event will stream live on LinkedIn and the Networking Field Day 33 event page, encouraging audience engagement and inquiries.

Networking Service Awareness

Writing on the NetCraftsmen blog, Peter Welcher discusses the challenges that professionals face in staying updated with the latest features and technologies from Network as a Service (NaaS) and Cloud vendors. The post contends that vendors should be more proactive in communicating their capabilities and new features, instead of relying on customers to research these advancements. Welcher emphasizes the importance of structured knowledge acquisition and suggests use-case focused marketing could be beneficial for potential customers.

The Future of NAAS (Networking as a Service)

In this NetCraftsmen article, Peter Welcher discusses the future of Network as a Service (NAAS) while evaluating tenacity among vendors within the industry. With an exploration of the changing role of SD-WAN, connectivity gaps, and indispensable customer needs, Welcher contemplate future predictions for the NAAS landscape and its implications for consumers. He also discusses the potential for restructuring and how new tech offerings might deliver faster deployments, better service level agreements (SLAs), and lower costs, therein providing significant value to companies in the WAN/NAAS sectors.

Winning WAN Ways

Peter Welcher shares his thoughts on Graphiant Network Edge and what it brings to WAN networking. Read the article on the NetCraftsmen website.

Introducing Graphiant: The Future of Network-As-A-Service

In his recent post, Tony Mattke gives us an in-depth overview of Graphiant’s presentation at September’s Networking Field Day. He writes that Graphiant has a unique approach to networking; by advancing technologies like SDN and NFV they can provide a flexible and secure network experience. Tony believes that Graphiant is a significant player in the NaaS world, check out more thoughts from him here!

An Introduction to Graphiant Network as a Service

On the World Wide Technology website, Micheline Murphy talks about Graphiant’s presentation at the most recent Networking Field Day. Graphiant announced to the world that they are coming out of their stealth mode and are ready to show what they have to offer. Micheline goes into detail on their Network as a Service solution that is solving today’s WAN problems and gives us simple, fast, and secure reasons why you should check out Graphiant!

NFD29: Graphiant

Pete Welcher attended the most recent Networking Field Day where Graphiant presented their SD-WAN alternative. In this post, he gives us a brief rundown of Graphaint’s key points and what makes them different. Check out Pete’s thoughts here, or visit his LinkedIn page for more!

Edge to Edge Security With Graphiant

Writing for Gestalt IT, Sulagna Saha talks about Graphiant’s presentation at the most recent Networking Field Day. Graphiant presented on their Network Edge Service that provides an agile, secure, and ready-to-consume network service. Sulagna goes into detail on the Graphiant Control Plane and discusses how separating encryption from tunnel enables a secure and low friction transfer data. Check out her thoughts here or on the Gestalt IT website!

Network Field Day 29 – Day 3: Graphiant

Check out Jordan Villarreal’s recap of Graphiant’s presentation at the latest Networking Field Day event! You can check out his thoughts on his YouTube page, System MTU One, and be sure to check out all of the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!

Network Field Day 29 – Day 0

Check out Jordan Villarreal’s pre-event rundown of what he was looking forward to hearing about at the latest Networking Field Day event! You can check out his thoughts on his YouTube page, System MTU One, and be sure to check out all of the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!

Even More to Explore With Networking Field Day 29!

Check out Tom Hollingsworth details of the most recent Networking Field Day presentation line-up! You can find all the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website.