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Cybera brings remote network operations into clear focus

06 May 2019

SD-WAN and security service provider Cybera has released a cloud-based management solution designed to provide deeper insight into remote network operations.

The CyberaONE platform now includes CyberaVUE, which adds the new capabilities to other features including brand-level security enforcement, franchisee-level flexibility, and outside partner management through a single portal.

“CyberaVUE solves conflicting network and security policies of multiple stakeholders by allowing each party to configure just their specific services, the company explains.

CyberaVUE applies software-defined networking principles to modernise the Wide-Area-Network (WAN) into a unique form of SD-WAN. The approach dramatically reduces networking costs while optimising application performance, enhancing brand protection, and accelerating speed-to-market.

"We've evolved our solution strategy to provide customers and partners with flexibility to take advantage of unique and rapidly changing opportunities available at the network edge,'' says Cybera CEO Andrew Lev.

''To that end, CyberaVUE delivers greater insight and control to safely access and make network changes without disrupting operations or security policies. Using our SD-WAN solution, customers have the autonomy to address remote site needs when necessary, but we're right there when they need our highly-rated service and experience, too."

The CyberaVUE management solution has three components:

•    CyberaVUE Insights Dashboard - real-time health and network status visibility
•    CyberaVUE Configuration Controller - controlled environment for routine changes
•    CyberaVUE Diagnostic Toolset - monitors and identifies the root cause of local issues

''The evolution of business to a digital-first strategy is pushing enterprises to transform network and cloud infrastructure, to support innovative technologies that increase both employee productivity and customer satisfaction," explains IDC vice president of network infrastructure, Rohit Mehra. 

"This is especially true for branch offices and remote or edge locations, where operators want visibility and analytics solutions to help optimise the user experience, grow business and retain customer loyalty, while securing applications to meet regulatory and compliance requirements.''

Cybera partner, UK-based Virocom, helps customers navigate the changing retail landscape. ''CyberaVUE is a critical part of the value we strive to deliver to our customers. This enhancement gives us and our customers quick access and change control to global sites by geography, managed groups, or site status through a web portal,” says Virocom director Daniel Scott.

Cybera enables business for distributed enterprises, including retail and hospitality, healthcare, financial services and other key verticals with many remote locations. The company is the market leader in delivering application-based SD-WAN Edge services. 

The company has been named an IDC Innovator, a Gartner Cool Vendor and recognised seven times by Inc. 5000 as one of America's fastest growing private companies.

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