The SD-WAN & SASE Summit is going virtual!As the Covid-19 situation still prevent to organize international meetings Upperside Conferences has decided to transform the SD-WAN Summit in a fully virtual event this year.
The 5th edition of what will be known as The SD-WAN & SASE Virtual Summit will take place from 24 to 26 November 2020.
As each year, the programme will benefit from many operators and enterprises testimonies. They will address their development focal points and the future evolution of their services.
Renowned experts will underline the maturity challenge of SD-WAN and what are the pain points.
What is a virtual experience?The Summit will actually occur as a classical conference/exhibition except it will be virtual.
The attendees will get access to a three days conference including tutorials, workshops, keynotes, specific sessions and debates.
The speaking sessions will be scheduled according a classical timeframe and participants will have the possibility to ask questions and chat with the speakers during their presentations.
They will also have the opportunity to visit the virtual exhibition and see the exhibitors solutions, products and of course get in touch with them with their questions and requests.
The 2020 Agenda: Expansion of SD‑WAN’s ScopeThe 2020 edition will offer a special focus on SD-WAN’s expansion in new multiple domains:
- SASE, security and networking convergence
- Cloud, VMs, containers
- SD-WAN and edge computing
- IoT devices
- Mobile users
- Partner networks
A call for proposals is open until June 30th, 2020.
The SD-WAN Summit is THE place to talk business and trends with key industry delegates.”
— Carsten Rossenhövel, Co-Founder & CTO, EANTC
SD-WAN Summit 2019: a confirmed successWith 550+ participants, coming from 36 countries, the 2019 edition saw an uptick in attendance from the previous year, indicating ongoing interest in the topic.
The telcos who are actively deploying and selling SD-WAN offerings to enterprises were well-represented, sharing their stories of success and lessons learned. Operators and enterprises represented 50% of the attendance.
Conversations with leading service providers in attendance provided unique insights into real-world experiences of deploying SD-WANs at scale and the related challenges.”
— Roy Chua, Founder, Avidthink