Computer networks play a central role in business as more organizations are becoming fully digital and heavily-reliant on technology to carry out business tasks. Network architecture and design patterns take into account many options for engineering a resilient network.
These include, but are not limited to, multiple network connections, path diversity, Internet service provider diversity, and use of emerging technologies like software defined wide area networks (SD WAN). However, a sound network architecture and design are insufficient unless operational resilience and security monitoring are also incorporated into the overall strategy.
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