June 1, 2020
Date: Jun 23, 2020
Sponsored by Oracle
With the world experiencing unprecedented change, enterprise IT must keep pace to support increased demand on networks. Traditional WAN deployments fail to deliver the flexibility required to thrive in a fast-evolving business environment; the enterprise of tomorrow demands the availability, performance and reliability that only software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology provides.
Join John Dickey, Oracle‘s vice president of SD-WAN software development, and co-founder and former CTO of Talari Networks, for this deep dive into SD-WAN’s unique combination of availability, performance and reliability.
Learn how SD-WAN:
brings simplicity to connecting users, data and cloud
combines application fluency, security, failsafe network automation and support to mitigate customer pains
benefits services like branch connectivity, contact center, UCaaS and collaboration through design, monitoring and control
John Dickey is Oracle’s vice president of SD-WAN software development. He joined Oracle in 2019 via the acquisition of Talari Networks where he served as COO, CTO and co-founder. Before co-founding Talari, Dickey was director of software engineering at Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC), where he led the architecture, design and development of a broad array of switching and routing protocol software for embedded systems used by many industry networking vendors. Prior to AMCC, he held a variety of engineering roles at IBM including serving as an advisory engineer. During his career, Dickey has chaired industry standards groups, has obtained numerous networking patents and has received industry awards for innovation and leadership.
Jon Arnold is principal of J Arnold & Associates, an independent analyst providing thought leadership and go-to-market counsel with a focus on the business-level impact of digital transformation in the workplace. Core areas of expertise include unified communications, cloud communications, collaboration, artificial intelligence, speech technologies, internet of things, future of work, contact centers, customer experience, video, VoIP and social media. In 2019, Arnold was named a “Top 50 Unified Comms Influencer” and a “Top 30 Contact Center Influencer,” and in 2018, he was included in a listing of “Top 10 Telecoms Influencers” and “TOP VoIP Bloggers to Follow.”
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