This is the blog of Ronald Bartels that wanders on and off the subject of problem management (that is how it started), but it is best described by Ray who says this is Daddy's thoughts! Like the best music is from the Eighties and a wee dram helps in solving most inconveniences.
Top 3 Challenges for SD-WAN Performance
In a Software-Defined Wide Area Network
(SD-WAN), a branch router uses two or more network connections to
dynamically route traffic over one another based on its profile. For
example, real-time Voice-over-IP (VoIP) traffic is sent through a low
latency MPLS circuit, while high bandwidth applications that don’t
require low latency are routed over a broadband Internet connection.
Another benefit of SD-WAN routers is that traffic is dynamically
distributed between links, on a per-packet basis, based on links’
congestion, latency, and loss.