A business-first networking model is one in which the network conforms to the business in contrast to the legacy router-centric approach where applications — and the business— must conform to the constraints imposed by the network.
With a business-first networking model, IT centrally orchestrates QoS and security policies for groups of applications based on business intent. The configuration is programmed automatically to all locations across the network. From that point onwards, the network automatically and continuously connects users directly and securely to applications delivering optimum performance.
Through real-time monitoring of applications and WAN services, a business-driven network automatically “learns” of any changes in network conditions that might impact application performance and then automatically “adapts” to give every application the network and security resources it needs to deliver the best Quality of Experience to users.
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