As Edge Computing Gains Traction, the Business Case for SASE is Stronger than Ever
As edge computing increasingly becomes an integral part of hybrid cloud deployments, network administrators are burdened with building WAN and network security in an integrated fashion. While SD-WAN technology greatly simplifies WAN deployment and management, the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) framework holistically addresses the need for integrated networking and security. The distributed, cloud-delivered SASE model allows IT managers to apply appropriate security policies in an agile manner to every node on the enterprise WAN, be it an IoT sensor or a remote employee or branch site trying to access enterprise data.
As organizations look to embrace hybrid cloud and remote working trends, it is imperative to consider the SASE framework and the business value it can ultimately deliver in your digital transformation journey.
- Why the business case for SASE is stronger than ever
- How to software define your networking and security with SASE
- How VMware SASE delivers could-centric networking and security
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