Cato Engineers Review Favorite SASE Features

Cato Engineers Demonstrate Their Most Loved SASE Features
Cato Engineers Demonstrate Their Most Loved SASE Features
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At Cato, we pride ourselves not only on the performance and airtight security of the Cato platform but the power and ease of use of its management tools. Cato’s cloud-based interface puts a lot of granular configuration power in the hands of the customers, rather than forcing them to wait hours or days for the provider to make each configuration change. Cato also provides unparalleled visibility into WAN traffic and security.

In Cato’s Sales Engineers Demo and Interview Video Series, our sales engineers show you their Cato favorites. Dive in with them as they demonstrate how to set bidirectional quality of service, utilize Cato’s Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) capabilities, and deep dive into bandwidth management and analytics.

How to Configure and Monitor ZTNA with Cato in Minutes – by Jerry Young:

In 10 minutes, learn how to configure Cato’s Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and then track and monitor access events. Jerry shows how easy it is when you use the right DNS settings, making sure that access is enforced correctly, unaffected by IP address changes. Watch as he defines ZTNA to specific hosts, applications, and users and demonstrates how access events are recorded and audited.

How to configure and monitor ZTNA IN MINUTES


How a SASE with a Private Backbone Optimizes Access to Cloud Applications – by Nick Gagliardi:

Nick shows how to optimize WAN traffic to specific cloud applications by keeping it on Cato’s global private backbone rather than public Internet. He demonstrates how simple it is to set an egress rule that keeps a specific cloud application’s network traffic on the Cato global private backbone, where it benefits from all the optimization and security of Cato’s SASE platform and performs as well as private applications hosted on private datacenters. Keep watching until the end to see what’s #1 on Netflix in Germany….even if you’re in the US.

How a SASE with a private backbone optimizes access to cloud applications


What Modern, SASE-based Network Monitoring Should Look Like – by Mark Bayne:

Cato’s Senior Director of Worldwide Sales Engineering, Mark Bayne, takes you through the many layers of Cato’s SASE monitoring tools. He starts with the basic connectivity metrics, then proceeds into configuring individual application usage leveraging Cato’s application awareness technology and demonstrates Cato’s unique real-time views of live application prioritization, routing, and user access.

What a modern SASE-based network monitoring should really look like


Bi-directional QoS, Advanced Bandwidth Management, and Real-Time Application Analytics – by Jack Dolan:

Experience the power of Cato’s bi-directional QoS, advanced bandwidth management, and real-time application analytics. Jack explains Cato’s Cloud SASE architecture in detail, including how network traffic is routed, managed, and optimized. Moving through the management console, he demonstrates how to set network rules to control traffic priorities, and how Cato’s advanced and real-time analytics give IT leaders an unprecedented view into their WAN.

Bi-directional QoS, advanced bandwidth management, and real-time application analytics


How to Configure VoIP and ERP Optimization for 3,000 Global Employees Across the World in Minutes – by Sylvain Chareyre:

Experience Cato agility with Sylvan as he shows how an IT manager can make enterprise-wide network changes instantly. In less than 10 minutes, Sylvain demonstrates how to deploy worldwide unified communications as a service (UCaaS) for 3,000 users, optimize access to an on-premises ERP system, and prepare the network for cloud migration.

How to configure VoIP and ERP optimization for 3000 employees across the world in minutes




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