What is SASE and why it matters at this time of crisis? IT executives need to move everyone to work from home and keep access secure and optimized – so productivity remains high and costs are controlled.
Gartner coined the term Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) just a year ago. Gartner didn’t predict it, but SASE is what the doctor ordered for the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of piling up technologies that only work for people in the office (like MPLS, and SD-WAN), what if we could allow enterprise grade-security and optimized connectivity to everyone and everywhere?
Let’s talk about the secrets of running a SASE-based WAN transformation. You have questions, and we have answers. Join Yishay Yovel, and special guests, on June 10th for an open-ended Q&A session on everything you wanted to know about SASE.
Here are few to get you started:
- I see many vendors and service providers claiming to be SASE. Is this all marketing FUD? What are the key elements of a true SASE architecture?
- How is SASE different from the typical integration of enterprise point products like SD-WAN, SWG, firewalls, WAN optimizers, and more?
- I am considering SD-WAN products to transform my network. How does SD-WAN stack up against SASE?