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DHagar
DHagar
6/19/2017 4:55:57 PM
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Re: Future
@freehe, thanks!  I think it delivers the critical capability for scability that makes the solutions and expansion feasible for more users.  This is increasingly a challenge in the use of technology and in acquiring the new capabilities.

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DHagar
DHagar
6/19/2017 4:53:43 PM
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Re: Future
@dcawrey, excellent point!  That is one reason that I believe the emphasis will evolve to become less on the technology itself and more the "solutions" and platforms that deliver new problem-solving capabilities for customers to utilize with use of technology.

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freehe
freehe
6/18/2017 2:45:10 PM
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Machine Learning
Machine learning to anticipate traffic demands and requirements by auto-scheduling traffic will only be useful during pre-defined events such as sporting events. However, with unexpected events, auto-scheduling traffic with not be helpful and may actually slow down traffic for unexpected results such as death of a celebrity, election of a president, unexpected violent acts, and unexpected weather conditions.

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freehe
freehe
6/18/2017 2:41:01 PM
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AI
""Machine learning is eating the world," said Sam Madden, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at MIT, in a keynote address. "You can use machine learning algorithms to optimize whatever TCP/IP environment you're running in better than a human could."

That is a hilarious way to describe machine learning. I agree that algorithms can optimize environments in a much more efficient manner however, algorithms are only as good as the human who wrote it.

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freehe
freehe
6/18/2017 2:39:03 PM
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Re: Future
@DHagar, I agree that SD-WAN will provide a plethora of solutions that will perform better, handle traffic better and meet customer needs. This will also help to reduce costs.

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freehe
freehe
6/18/2017 2:36:10 PM
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SD WAN Future
@Joe Stanganelli. Great article Joe. It shows the future of SD-WAN. It will replace WAN and some many existing problems. It is great that AI will be used along with SD-WAN that will help the technology grow by leaps and bounds.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/18/2017 2:32:44 PM
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Re: Future
AI is important. Blockchain is important. VR is important. 

I think one of the challenges organizations are going to face in the next decade is where they spend on these technologies. It's going to be tough to choose one or the other or a few.

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DHagar
DHagar
6/13/2017 6:36:20 PM
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Re: Future
@afwriter - I echo your applause!  Great report, as always, Joe!

I think your vision of the compounding capabilities of AI and the continual alignment deliverables of SD-WAN will open up unbeatable solutions.  These new "smarter" networks will outperform the stand alone capabilities offered by just one technology solution itself.

Finally, you have identified the true "crown jewel" - human intelligence!  When we better understand and gain skills in developing AI/HI we will be headed in an entirely new direction - with SD-WAN capabilities at the core.

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afwriter
afwriter
6/11/2017 12:10:10 AM
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Future
Great piece Joe, It just goes to show that SD-WAN will continue to shape the future and may be a big component in the evolution of AI. 

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clrmoney
clrmoney
6/9/2017 10:37:06 AM
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AI & SD-WAN
I think that AI/Artificial Intelligence is something new and inventive and with new technologies that's with SD-WAN will make things lot lot easier.

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