Managed SD-WAN Service: An Introduction to Cato
The Future of SD-WAN. Today. Managed SD-WAN Service
Join Ignition, Caretower and Cato Networks for an introduction to Cato Networks and their Managed SD-WAN Service on 12th September from 11am-11:45.
You will be dazzled by Cato because they offer a robust platform with many capabilities that can be translated into specific use cases:
– Secure SD-WAN
– Affordable MPLS Alternative
– Appliance Elimination
– Cloud Datacenter Integration
– Mobile Access Optimization
– Simple Network Automation
All is left for you to decide is where do you want to start your journey for a full WAN transformation, so sign up for this webinar to speak to the experts in Managed SD-WAN Services.
Cato enables customers to move away from expensive, rigid, and capacity-constrained MPLS networks to a combination of high-capacity Internet links and the Cato Cloud. Using Cato Socket edge SD-WAN appliances, customers can boost usable capacity and improve resiliency at a lower cost per megabit. Customers with a global footprint, leverage Cato’s affordable global private backbone so it replaces global MPLS and the unpredictable Internet. The Cato Cloud optimizes performance and maximizes the throughput to on-premises and cloud applications.
SLA-backed Global Backbone
The Cato Cloud Network is built on a globally distributed, scalable, and redundant Points of Presence (PoPs) Because the PoPs are interconnected with SLA-backed global carrier transports and meshed into a global overlay
The Convergence of Global Managed SD-WAN Services and Network Security in the Cloud
Cato provides a global SD-WAN with built-in network security, delivered as a cloud service. The Cato Cloud securely connects all business locations, people, and applications. Cato reduces MPLS costs, eliminates distributed appliances, provides secure internet access, and globally extends the WAN to mobile users and cloud data centers.
Security as a Service
The Cato security engines are built into the Cato private global backbone and delivered as a service so no additional appliances need to be purchased or deployed. Security engines include an application-aware, next-generation firewall (NGFW); secure web gateway (SWG) with URL filtering; standard and next-generation anti-malware; and IPS managed by the Cato SOC (Security Operation Center). These security engines from the basis of a comprehensive Managed Threat Detection and Response (MDR) service that is provided as part of Cato’s managed SD-WAN service offering. All engines seamlessly scale to process all customer traffic, encrypted and unencrypted, without the need for sizing, patching, or upgrading appliances and point solutions.
Cato protects user privacy and fully complies with GDPR. Inspected data is never stored on Cato servers or shared with third parties. Customers are able to exclude privacy-sensitive applications, such as banking and healthcare, from inspection.
If you are impressed with Cato’s Managed SD-WAN Services, sign up for our webinar today!
This webinar will be run by Caretower, in conjunction with Ignition technology and Cato Networks.