What CIOs need to know about the rise of the UberNet
Achilles had his heel and Superman has his kryptonite. For SD-WANs, the internet has been their weakness. The lack of a global, SLA-backed backbone leaves SD-WANs unable to provide the consistent, predictable transport needed by real-time service and business-critical applications. As a result, SD-WAN adopters have remained chained to their MPLS services, paying exorbitant bandwidth fees just to deliver these core applications.