Cisco Viptela SD-WAN: Introduction to Self Service Portal (SSP)

Cisco Viptela SD-WAN: Introduction to Self Service Portal (SSP)

Cisco introduces Self Service Portal (SSP)for the next generation cloud infrastructure. Self-Service Portal provides quick provisioning, monitoring, and maintenance services on public cloud providers for Cisco SD-WAN controllers using the Cisco SD-WAN Self-Service Portal.

Fig 1.1- Cisco SDWAN Self Service Portal (SSP)

Authentication via multi-factor authentication (MFA) can be enabled through the Cisco SD-WAN Self-Service Portal by integrating an identity provider (IDP).

Cisco SD-WAN Self-Service Portal can be configured with an Identity Provider (IdP) to enable single sign-on (SSO) for users on any device.

Fig 1.2- Cisco SDWAN Self Service Portal (SSP)

Benefits of the Cisco SD-WAN SSP

  • Monitors Cisco SD-WAN overlay networks in real-time with a centralized dashboard
  • Visualizes instance CPU utilization and other critical statistics
  • Navigates easily to the appropriate task in the workflow using a wizard-driven user interface
  • Specifies primary and secondary data storage locations for cloud providers
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA) with SSO using an identity provider
  • Providing support for role-based access control (RBAC) for on-premises TACACS servers connecting to overlay networks.
We will come up with the installation and configuration of the Cisco SDWAN Self Service Portal (SSP) in our next article soon. Keep connected.