Mixing SD-WAN appliances and security

  • March 20, 2016

Drew Conry-Murray, a blogger with Packet Pushers, recently reviewed Cato Networks’ new SD-WAN appliance offering for unified security. The new service hosts firewalling and URL filtering in points of presence through Amazon’s cloud. It calls its 1 Gbps deployed physical or virtual SD-WAN appliances “sockets.” Each socket can support multiple links. Interestingly, Cato does not support MPLS. “We want MPLS to die,” Cato co-founder and CTO Gur Shatz told Conry-Murray.

Idan Hershkovich

Idan Hershkovich

Idan is Cato Networks’ marketing director. He has extensive experience in digital marketing, IT software solutions, collaboration and enterprise mobility. Looking forward to revolutionizing the way network security is being managed.

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Idan Hershkovich

Author: Idan Hershkovich

Idan is Cato Networks’ marketing director. He has extensive experience in digital marketing, IT software solutions, collaboration and enterprise mobility. Looking forward to revolutionizing the way network security is being managed.

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