Why Your Organization Should Be Taking a Close Look at SD-WAN

Why Your Organization Should Be Taking a Close Look at SD-WAN

Any organization with multiple branch offices needs connectivity between those locations.Traditionally, organizations have used MPLS for WAN connectivity due to its reliability andperformance. Those capabilities come at a steep price, however — MPLS is significantly moreexpensive than broadband and fiber-optic Internet connections. The costs go up fororganizations with a global footprint, and those that need a lot of bandwidth. MPLS is a complex deployment. It read more...

Pandemic Preparedness Should Be Part of Your Business Continuity Plan

Pandemic Preparedness Should Be Part of Your Business Continuity Plan

The Coronavirus has not officially reached global pandemic status, but organizations should nevertheless be prepared for the threat. In fact, experts say that pandemic preparedness is a good business practice that should be part of every business continuity plan. It can be easy for organizations to disregard the virus until it hits their region. However, organizations may rely on business partners and contractors who are read more...

How to Deploy Smart Data Centre Infrastructure Management

How to Deploy Smart Data Centre Infrastructure Management

Over the past decade, many organisations have deployed Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) platforms. This is software that captures the availability and performance metrics of the hybrid IT environment such as cloud infrastructure, servers, network devices, power and storage systems. These platforms monitor and collate the availability of IT infrastructure and provide utilisation metrics in real-time to help the IT and data centre operations teams manage read more...

The Distributed Cloud Model is a Gartner Top Trend. Here’s Why

The Distributed Cloud Model is a Gartner Top Trend. Here’s Why

Forrester Research estimates that about 20 percent of enterprise workloads now run in the public cloud. A survey by Goldman Sachs aligns with that estimate, finding that 23 percent of workloads run in the cloud with 43 percent of organizations expecting to migrate additional workloads by the end of 2022. Many cloud initiatives have focused on the so-called low-hanging fruit — email, collaboration, file-sharing and read more...

How Multiple Transit Gateways Can Simplify VPC Connectivity for Large Enterprises

How Multiple Transit Gateways Can Simplify VPC Connectivity for Large Enterprises

In a previous post, we discussed the Transit Gateway managed service from Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS Transit Gateways act as a hub for connecting multiple Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) and virtual private network (VPN) connections within a single region. They enable a hub-and-spoke model with centralized control of traffic routed among VCPs.  As we explained previously, Transit Gateways have some limitations — for one read more...

Why More Enterprises Are Adopting Network Functions Virtualization

Why More Enterprises Are Adopting Network Functions Virtualization

Networking has always been a hardware-centric affair. Organizations purchase, implement and maintain a wide array of routers, switches, load balancers and other gear on a device-by-device basis. The result is a highly complex network environment that is difficult to manage and lacks the agility to meet today’s changing business demands. That’s slowly changing as more organizations adopt network functions virtualization (NFV). As the name implies, read more...

A Day in the Life of a Chinese Engineer

A Day in the Life of a Chinese Engineer

Ming Gao is a system engineer based in Shanghai. Before finishing his degree in the university, Ming knew exactly where his interests and strengths lay, the field of computer science. He knew very well that he wanted to become an engineer. Before joining Rahi in September 2017, Ming worked for an automobile manufacturer as an IT operations engineer. He was mainly in charge of Windows server read more...

National Tech Day – Major Influential Days in History

National Tech Day – Major Influential Days in History

To celebrate National Technology Day, our Rahi Engineers are reflecting on some of the major technical advances in history! From the first electronic computer to the beginning of artificial intelligence, technology is constantly developing.  Here is a recap over some of the most defining moments in history. 1800’s - The Computer  The first computer that resembles our present-day machines was the Analytical Engine, invented by Charles read more...

The Business Benefits and Controversies of 5G

The Business Benefits and Controversies of 5G

In our last post, we outlined the key features of the 5G standard.  5G is, of course, the next generation of mobile connectivity, offering much faster data rates compared to existing 4G technology. It will also provide greater device density, lower latency, lower energy consumption, and faster handover from one base station to another.  It all sounds good, but what does that really mean for read more...

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