Multicloud has changed the world, and as much as the transition is impacting the inside of the modern data center, it is reshaping the networks between them. In championing the migration to multicloud through 2018, Juniper Networks saw growing momentum for our Contrail Enterprise Multicloud and Contrail SD-WAN solutions. Given the heavy focus in the industry on automation and overlay (commonly known as SD-WAN), the underlying network (commonly known as Enterprise WAN) is often overlooked. Juniper has been delivering solutions for Enterprise WAN across private and leased networks that enable a secure, reliable and scalable network underneath SD-WAN.
Today, we published the enhanced Enterprise WAN 5-step journey, along with leading thinking about the evolution of routing and securing enterprise networks under the sweeping forces of multicloud. So let’s peel back the SD-WAN overlay and see how enterprise customers are securing and automating their Enterprise WAN with Juniper Networks solutions in four key areas: WAN backbone, data center interconnect (DCI), public cloud and internet peering.
Routing the Enterprise
Here is what our customers are saying:
–          “The  entire retail industry continues to evolve, and at Tractor Supply, this starts with our network. With Juniper Networks, we significantly enhanced the backbone of our network, allowing us to streamline operations processes and bring faster alignment across all of our locations. Juniper’s routing technology is like the Swiss Army knife of platforms—the MX Series offered us every feature set we were looking for within one box.”
– Raymond Beaudoin, Network Architect, Tractor Supply Company
–           “The MX480 that is responsible for the WAN between the data centers of Tokyo, Osaka, and Yokohama and our Internet connection boast incredible stability. The Internet side sometimes has to handle a full BGP routing table of more than 500,000 routes, but it goes off without a hitch.”
– Tomotake Wakuri, corporate senior architect for security and network of Ricoh’s

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