Campus Network Solutions
Network communication is the most basic requirement in IT infrastructures based on providing access to in-house services, applications running in local (on-premise) data center environment and/or serving in cloud environment.
Destel evaluates all components including wired and wireless network solutions required for network communication between users and applications; various hardware (Router, Switch, WLC, Access Point) and software as a whole. It brings together stability, accessibility, performance and security factors in an optimal balance at a common point with your organization. While your business has perfect network services, the network environment where security risks are at minimum levels is designed specifically for your organization from end to end.
Network Access Control Solutions
End devices such as computers, tablets, smartphones that provide direct access to your corporate network pose serious security risks in terms of network security. Controlling access to the local network environment is the starting point of your network security. In the cyber security approach, threats from within the organization are more risky than attacks from outside your organization. For this, policies are required where endpoints and users (Machine & User Authentication) who want to be included in your network will be subjected to authentication controls (802.1x) and can meet all their needs securely within the framework of the least possible authorization. These policies are made possible by Network Access Control (NAC) solutions.
NAC solutions are integrated into wired and wireless networks to create logical network segments and provide macro-level isolation between these segments. For example; a user in the R&D department cannot access confidential financial information or a user working in the sales department cannot connect to the human resources network. This reduces your security risks to much lower levels.
Software Defined Wide Area Network Solutions (SD-WAN & SD-Branch)
The dynamics of the business world are rapidly moving to the digital environment. Internet access, which is the basic need for cloud-centric applications, and the sensitivity in corporate network communication between branches and headquarters continue to increase day by day. The transportation of corporate workloads across large geographical distances is becoming a critical value that IT must operate.
WAN technologies such as MPLS, Metro Ethernet, Peer to Peer, Leased Line, Satellite and xDSL, which are included in WAN environments to ensure business continuity, and service provider costs are increasing significantly.
The complexity of the infrastructure in WAN environments built with traditional methods causes an increase in operational costs and brings unpredictable security risks. It makes it difficult to debug the errors that occur. As a result, administrative difficulties and rising costs prevent IT from responding faster to business needs.
A software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) is defined within a software/virtual WAN architecture where network connections, application flows, policies, security mechanisms and overall management/controls are separated from the underlying hardware. It is managed through software in centralized consoles instead of physical locations of individual end devices and infrastructures. Tunneling techniques are used where network communication over physical wide area networks can be controlled on a policy basis and encryption processes are performed from one end to the other end.
SD-WAN solutions simplify the management of wide area networks, minimize security risks with network visibility features, support your debugging processes, enable dynamic management of network traffic and reduce service provider costs. You can evaluate our SD-WAN solutions to connect to data centers, branches, campuses and colocation facilities with your wide area networks in today’s conditions at the high standards of speed, security and efficiency required by the future.
Software Defined Local Area Network Solutions (SD-LAN Solutions)
Today, enterprise networking has become much more difficult than it should be. Enterprises have been working on traditional network models for quite some time. With the acceleration of digital transformation, organizations are using complex network designs to meet the needs of their workflows. They are grappling with constraints such as limited mobility in command line sequences to ensure optimization, and high operational costs for infrastructure management that require in-depth expertise for advanced network services. As a natural outgrowth of this situation, the risks in IT management are not only increasing but also becoming unpredictable.
The SD-LAN technology at the solution point has been developed on a model based on software-based data center networks (SDN/SDDC) and software-based wide area networks (SD-WAN) to provide adaptability, flexibility, cost-effectiveness and scaling advantages to wired and wireless networks.
SD-LAN is a policy-oriented architecture where network hardware is combined at the software layer and your network is automatically designed according to best practices through protocols such as VXLAN and LISP, which simplify scaling through API integrations and provide flexibility and agility to your corporate network.
In this architecture, difficulties such as managing a large number of active network devices separately via the command line as in traditional network designs, and the limitations of second layer protocols such as spanning-tree etc. used to prevent vicious loops in your network environment (loop provention) are eliminated. Your edge, distribution and backbone switches, wireless network controller, ip router devices, which are the most important components of corporate networks, are positioned under a single roof. Hundreds of network components in your physical network topology logically behave as a single network device. All network components in the “Fabric” are kept on the software layer (Control Plane & Data Plane). The information gathered from each network device is simplified by the collation process in the software layer and finalized in the artificial intelligence framework. Thus, it is possible to easily interpret all network events that occur in real time and/or retrospectively within the fabric. In addition, reactive solution suggestions for errors and proactive action suggestions for future problems are presented to the user’s experience.
SD-LAN is a next generation campus network technology that simplifies the complex network infrastructures of enterprises targeting high security standards, subject to various regulations and audits, maximizes the control in the network environment, and enables automated network management through a graphical interface with the power of software-based architecture.
Destel brings together your traditional campus networks that have been going on for years with the SDN (software-based network) approach that puts software at the center; It enables you to transform your IT departments into units that can respond to your workloads much faster, where possible errors can be easily prevented before they occur thanks to proactive warning mechanisms, and move network operations to smarter working standards.
Data Center Networking Solutionsestel
Unlike the Campus Network infrastructure, the Data Center Network infrastructure serves a cluster of network components such as servers, data storage units, firewalls, load balancers rather than users. In order to achieve the accessibility, redundancy, security, performance, fault tolerance, flexibility and agility that your digital workloads and services need, it requires the use of special network designs that can meet today’s needs. The network traffic between servers, applications and microservices can be accelerated, optimized, increased efficiency and increased bandwidth requirements can be met with next generation Data Center Network Solutions.
Destel eliminates the limitations of traditional data center networks with its high engineering and expertise through hardware and network protocols developed specifically for Data Center Networks. It enables your Data Center Network infrastructure to grow horizontally (scale-out), allowing you to scale up.
Software Defined Data Center Network Solutions (SDDC Solutions)
Traditional data center infrastructures consist of servers, data storage solutions and network components. The solutions under the three main headings include many technologies that require different expertise, planning and operations. Considering the impact of digital transformation on IT organizations, infrastructures are becoming increasingly complex. This leads to high operational costs. In cases where businesses do not meet IT expectations within acceptable timeframes, financial losses can occur.
It is only possible for a business to agilely take the services it currently provides and the new services it develops over its IT infrastructure from the test environment to live/commission, improve debugging processes, dramatically reduce operational costs, and gain the flexibility to use workloads in a distributed manner in multiple data center scenarios only by virtualizing data centers as a whole.
Software-defined data center solutions are a next generation approach that allows network components such as servers, data storage, switches, firewalls, load balancers, etc., which are actively used in the data center infrastructure, to be installed hardware-independently and operated in a consolidated manner through central consoles.
Ultra-Low Latency Network Solutions
Latency in IT infrastructures is defined as the time between a user’s request and its completion by the server. In particular, computing applications developed with financial technologies (fintech), space sciences and advanced engineering are time sensitive. Latency-sensitive applications require special network designs in order to achieve the targeted efficiency. Applications that require low latency need it to help applications run faster and smoother, improving the user experience and supporting customer satisfaction.
Destel designs the network infrastructure required for your latency-sensitive applications with its experience and know-how in Delay Sensitive Network Solutions. It creates solutions that address your specific needs for your applications.
Packet Broker Solutions (Network Packet Broker Solutions)
The deployment of advanced network and application performance monitoring systems and artificial intelligence-based security solutions are critical for more comprehensive network management in corporate enterprises. NPB is an active network component that ensures that raw data packets from the network environment are collected from the right points and transmitted to specific monitoring systems, performance and security management tools, regardless of the fact that your network infrastructure is designed specifically for your organization and has its own unique dynamics.
Passive network monitoring, performance and security analysis solutions can only produce value-added results if the right data is transmitted to these solutions at the right time without loss. NPB ensures the transmission of business critical data carried over the network infrastructure to the right analysis tools at the right time.
While facilitating the work of critical network components such as firewalls, backbone switches, load balancers, etc. that transfer data intensively, it offers the opportunity to transmit data at high speeds without delay thanks to its special hardware.