SD-WAN and SASE help IT teams build a better, modern enterprise network, but they are not the same solution. There are several key areas in which SD-WAN falls short.
These SD-WAN shortcomings need to be considered and weighed against each organization's needs so that you can make a better, smarter, and more strategic choice for your enterprise.
Join Eyal Webber-Zvik, VP of Product Marketing at Cato Networks, as he talks through the different points and explains the differences between SD-WAN and SASE. Tune in to learn:
Vice President of Product Marketing
Eyal Webber-Zvik is Cato’s Vice President of Product Marketing. In his role, Eyal manages a global team of product marketing directors that are tasked with driving the company's messaging, position, press and media relations, and more. Previously, Eyal ran Cato's product management organization, translating Cato's SASE vision into a global, successful cloud service. Throughout his years at Cato Networks, Eyal has been involved in dozens of SASE projects across various enterprises and markets. Eyal has more than 20 years of ICT experience in engineering, product management and product marketing.