Secure Access Security Edge (SASE)

Secure Access Security Edge (SASE)

SASE and SD-WAN are both technologies for implementing a corporate-wide area network (WAN) that connects remote users and branch locations to the enterprise network, cloud applications, and the Internet.

According to Gartner, SASE is the future of WAN technology, but what are SASE and SD-WAN, and how do they differ from one another?

SD-WAN and SASE are very similar, and, in fact, SD-WAN is a critical component of SASE solutions. However, the two solutions are different and are designed to meet slightly different goals and operate in different deployment environments.

Many organizations are still using SD-WAN. There are still benefits to using SD-WAN to gain visibility into network traffic, analyze traffic data, and automate responses. The digital world is rapidly evolving, making it difficult for IT teams to keep up with increased security threats to the network.

As a result, Gartner predicts that 20% of organizations will soon use SWG, ZTNA, and FWaas from the same vendor.. By 2024, at least 40% of organizations will have an official SASE adoption strategy.

SASE solution organizations can equally service any edge including on-premises data centers, cloud, branch offices, and mobile users on the go.

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