Secure Access Service Edge
The World’s First SASE PlatformGlobal, SD-WAN, Security, Cloud, and Mobility. Converged.
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SASE is about the convergence of SD-WAN and Security in the Cloud:
- improves performance
- Simplifies operational complexity
- Enhances security posture at a global scale
- Reduce MPLS connectivity costs
- Improve performance between global locations
- Direct, secure internet access to all branch locations and mobile users
- Connectivity that is superior to the unpredictable public Internet and more affordable than What is SASE Network Architecture?
A single network that connects and secures any enterprise resource – physical, cloud, and mobile – anywhere. In this, the SASE Cloud is marked by four main characteristics: It is identity-driven, cloud-native, supports all edges, and is distributed globally:
Identity-driven User and resource identity, not simply an IP address, determines the networking experience and level of access rights. Quality of service, route selection, applying risk-driven security controls — all are driven by the identity associated with every network connection. This approach reduces operational overhead by letting companies develop one set of networking and security policies for users regardless of device or location.
Cloud-native Architecture the SASE architecture leverages key cloud capabilities including elasticity, adaptability, self-healing, and self-maintenance to provide a platform that amortizes costs across customers for maximum efficiencies, easily adapts to emerging business requirements, and be available anywhere.
Supports All Edges
SASE creates one network for all company resources — datacenters, branch offices, cloud resources, and mobile users. For example, SD-WAN appliances support physical edges while mobile clients and clientless browser access connect users on the go.
Globally Distributed To ensure the full networking and security capabilities are available everywhere and deliver the best possible experience to all edges, the SASE cloud must be globally distributed. As such, Gartner notes, they must expand their footprint to deliver a low-latency service to enterprise edges.