- SD-WAN: What is Software-Defined WAN?
- The Evolution of SD-WAN
- Top 5 SD-WAN benefits explained
- SD-WAN vs. MPLS: Which Is Right for You?
- MPLS Alternative
- SD-WAN redundancy vs MPLS redundancy
- SD-WAN vs VPN: How Do They Compare?
- SD-WAN security
- How to connect multiple offices
- SD-WAS as a service
- Last Mile Constraints
- A History of SD-WAN
- Gartner’s 9 Criteria For SD-WAN Selection
- What SD-WAN Vendors Won’t Tell You About SD-WAN
- Azure SD-WAN: Cloud Datacenter Integration with Cato Networks
- SD-WAN Use Cases and Success Stories
- The Return On Investment of SD-WAN
|MPLS Pros||MPLS Cons|
Most businesses rely on MPLS services for its dependability with SLAs that guarantee latency, packet delivery, and availability. In the case of an outage, the MPLS provider resolves the issue within a stated period of time or pays the requisite penalties. However, MPLS is not budget friendly in comparison to Internet services. According to Telegeography, in Q1, 2017, median 10 Mbps direct-Internet access (DIA) prices are potentially 1/3 less expensive than MPLS. The time it takes to order and install MPLS circuits is another factor in today’s fast-paced environment. Depending on location, provisioning can take anywhere from 3-6 months.