20 April 2020
SD-WAN users can offload network and security configuration and change management says Cato Networks in introducing hands-free management.
At the same time, users can retain control of networks through self-service and comanagement already included in Cato Cloud In addition, Cato Managed Services includes: managed threat detection and response which continuously monitors the network; intelligent last-mile management; and rapid site deployment assistance.
Cato says it offers the world’s first SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) platform, uniting SD-WAN and security into a global cloud-native service. This, it says, enables businesses to move from “rigid and expensive” MPLS and costly managed services to a unified, secure and agile network architecture. The benefits, says Cato, include: easy migration from MPLS to SD-WAN; improved performance; direct and secure internet access to branches and mobile users; and access from anywhere without using premium cloud services