Oracle, which is one of the largest database company has now acquired Talari Network, which is a California and San Jose based provider of the Software-defined Wide Area Network technology. The amount of deal has not been disclosed as of now by the company officials.
Talari Networks has developed a proprietary technology which enhances SD-WAN by adding the predictability and reliability while maintaining security for the site to site and site to cloud connectivity and application access over any for the IP network.
The company as of now offers the centralized control and improves application performance which is going to use for more than 500 customers in more than 50 countries.
“The importance of networks is often underestimated when enterprises deploy next-generation applications, from a performance, security and reliability perspective,” said Holger Mueller, principal analyst and vice president of Constellation Research Inc. “Vendors like Oracle that want to get these workloads to need to constantly innovate to keep their underlying network infrastructure modern and competitive. Today this means that the network infrastructure has to be software defined, and CxOs can expect Talari to strengthen Oracle’s load-specific network performance.”
The addition of the Talari technology aims to complement the Oracle Communications Session Border Controller and the Network Management Infrastructure by adding the connectivity, availability and the cloud application access across any of the IP network with the help of private networks.
Together, both the companies will help to provide users with the complete enterprise network solution which will ensure reliability and performance of the real-time communications and mission-critical application over any of the network.
The Talari deal is one in a series of the acquisitions which Oracle has announced in the latest weeks. Previously, the company has announced the plans to acquire data management and AI solution provider DataFox. It also announced plans to acquire goBalto, a cloud platform developer in the life science industry.
The transaction is expected to close by the end of 2018. Once it is closed, Talari will be going to be featured as a part of the Oracle Communications Global Business Unit.
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