Who is Cato and what is SASE?
Cato is the world’s first SASE platform, converging SD-WAN and network security into a global, cloud-native service.
Cato optimizes and secures application access for all users and locations. Using Cato, customers easily migrate from MPLS to SD-WAN, optimize connectivity to on-premises and cloud applications, enable secure branch Internet access everywhere, and seamlessly integrate cloud datacenters and mobile users into the network with a zero-trust architecture.
With Cato, the network, and your business, are ready for whatever’s next.
Benefits by using Cato, enterprises can:
- Easily migrate from MPLS to SD-WAN with Cato’s end-to-end network optimization.
- Improve performance between global locations by using Cato’s affordable global private backbone vs the unpredictable Internet or costly global MPLS.
- Provide direct, secure internet access to all branch locations and mobile users with Cato’s built-in security as a service and without deploying security point solutions.
- Optimize and secure cloud access with Cato’s agentless cloud integration and the Cato global private backbone by any user, and from anywhere and without using premium cloud connectivity solutions like AWS DirectConnect and Microsoft ExpressRoute.
- Optimize and secure mobile users access with Cato Client or clientless access options to physical and cloud data centers, and cloud applications.
Product Description Cato Cloud:
The World’s First SASE Platform, converging SD-WAN and Network Security in the Cloud. Cato Cloud connects all enterprise network resources, including branch locations, the mobile workforce, and physical and cloud datacenters, into a global and secure, cloud-native network service. With all WAN and Internet traffic consolidated in the cloud, Cato applies a suite of security services to protect all traffic at all times. Cato Cloud is comprised of the following pillars: a global private backbone to provide predictable connectivity everywhere, edge SD-WAN to manage multiple last mile links and quality of service.
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