High Availability from Campus to Cloud


Except for the microchip, perhaps nothing is more impactful to information technology’s genesis than enterprise networking. 

Enterprise networks first were centered on local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) standards, enabled by cabling, routers, switches and firewalls that moved and helped secure traffic bound for apps and data housed on servers and storage systems. Later, with the advent of wireless technology, access points and controllers allowed more freedom of movement within offices as people could connect their devices to the network without ethernet cables (WLAN). While all of these elements have grown up considerably over time – becoming much more powerful yet much simpler to deploy and manage — they still represent the essence of enterprise networking.

Solution

The purpose of enterprise networking has always been to increase collaboration and efficiency among business colleagues by facilitating access to shared resources like data files, software and even peripheral devices like printers and scanners.

Our engineers build resilient, high performing, continuously available networks that are responsive to rapidly changing business needs and emerging technologies for multicloud environments.

For IT leaders, our network architectures include centralized management capabilities through increased programmability, automation and orchestration. These features allow network administrators to extend policies across clouds and have greater visibility into network function and overall security. They also promote much-desired “zero-touch provisioning,” predictive analytics and self-healing capabilities.

Enterprise networking is fundamental to Structured’s origins. We’ve been building secure and scalable LANs, WANs, and WLANs for our entire 3-decade history.


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