Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE, is an emerging cybersecurity concept. In this video, you understand how the key capabilities of SASE address the demands of growing network sprawl and the challenges of digitally transforming your business.

Versa for Work-From-Home

Versa has made it simple for organizations to offer Secure SD-WAN for Work-From-Home users on home appliances or working from anywhere

Top Energy Firm Achieves Comprehensive “Work-From-Anywhere” with Versa SASE

A large, publicly traded energy company operating in all areas of the oil and gas industry has dramatically simplified their network stack and realized huge cost savings with Versa SASE.

 
Availability and Buying Options in the Emerging SASE Market

EMA evaluates the different SASE vendors and their approaches to architecture, go-to-market, and support for their cloud-delivered and hybrid services.

 
Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure, 2020

Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant report analyzes the various vendors in the WAN edge market and Versa is positioned as a Leader.

Versa Networks - Explained in 1 minute

Learn about the Versa Secure SD-WAN solution in a high-level, one minute overview.

Versa SASE (Secure Access Service Edge)

SASE is the simplest, most scalable way to continuously secure and connect the millions points of access in and out of the corporate resources regardless of location

 
Versa Secure SD-WAN – Simple, Secure, and Reliable Branch to Multi-Cloud Connectivity

Versa Secure SD-WAN is a single software platform that offers multi-layered security and enables multi-cloud connectivity for Enterprises.

The Modern Secure Network Blog

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Industry Insights

Best Practices for the Enterprise (Part 3) Multi-tiered Architecture

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By Neil Danilowicz
Principal Architect
November 6, 2019

Welcome to the Third installment of the Enterprise Best Practices Blog. My name is Neil Danilowicz, Principal Architect for Versa Networks. This week we will focus on why the Enterprise should require a secure multi-tiered architecture for their SD-WAN solution.So why is a secure multi-tiered architecture a requirement for Enterprise deployment of SD-WAN? Historically, Enterprises would contract with a service provider to purchase private circuits (MPLS, PIP, or dedicated TDM circuits) to provide secure private connectivity between their branches and data centers. If an Enterprise required access to the Internet or remote networks, demilitarized zones (DMZs) were established to vet…



Product & Engineering

Versa Networks and SP Partners Enable a Digital User Experience with MEF SD-WAN Standard

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By Neil Danilowicz
Principal Architect
October 25, 2019

Versa Networks believes that working with standards bodies like the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) and Open Networking User Group (ONUG) not only improve the industry but also make market solutions better. By collaborating with different companies and individuals from all parts of the industry (consumers, Service Providers and vendors), Versa Networks has a better understanding of the needs, challenges and vision that the SD-WAN community have, which help us to provide more innovative products while conforming to a standard that the service provider or consumer can trust. Every cloud security or SD-WAN service is different and currently there is no…



Industry Insights

Enterprise Best Practices

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By Neil Danilowicz
Principal Architect
September 4, 2019

Hello, and welcome to the second installment of the Enterprise Best Practices Blog. My name is Neil Danilowicz, Principal Architect for Versa Networks. This week I would like to focus on Keys – their importance to SD-Wan and why an Enterprise should be concerned about the keys. As we all know, every Enterprise has both public and private information. And it is the duty of the Enterprise to protect private information, be it intellectual property (IP), financial information, customer subscription information, payment history, or other information that must be protected due to regulations (both industry standard and governmental). Protecting information…



Industry Insights

Best Practices for the Enterprise (Part 1)

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By Neil Danilowicz
Principal Architect
August 16, 2019

Welcome to my Enterprise Best Practices Blog. My name is Neil Danilowicz, and I am a Principal Architect for Versa Networks. Over the next few months, I will delve into best practices for Enterprises as they begin their journey into Software Defined Networking, especially Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN). Today, security is a boardroom topic and on the forefront of every large enterprise. From the recent security breaches at Yahoo, Target, and Equifax, there is broad awareness of how a slip in security can damage the brand and tarnish what took years to build. With digital transformation, embracing multi-cloud/SaaS…