Simplify And Secure Multi-Cloud Connectivity for Branch and Corporate Offices
April 20, 2022
Enterprises are increasingly modernizing by moving their applications portfolio and data to the cloud. To achieve organizational freedom of choice, cost efficiency and global coverage, it is often attractive to use services from multiple different cloud vendors.
Yet all these disconnected cloud environments—each with its own tools and nuances—must come together in a single fabric that enforces security, optimizes user experience through efficient best-path routing, maintains uninterrupted access, and simplifies orchestration. This cannot be achieved with sub-optimal backhauling of traffic anchored to an on-prem data center with traditional FW and security devices. Traffic must flow directly from user to cloud application, and users must have best-possible access and performance regardless of location or device. When remote users, roaming users, branch offices and corporate locations all connect to multiple clouds, IT requires cloud-intelligent, cloud-independent, dynamic multi-path connectivity, consistent policy across the eco system, and robust security.
Moving to the cloud is one thing. It’s quite another to prevent the compromise of one VM, workload, or container, or to stop threat lateral movement. Another challenge is disaster recovery in a multi-cloud environment—seamlessly switching user and applications to a different cloud location.
Join Rohan Ravindranath, Principal Solutions Architect at Versa Networks, in this webinar as he explains the challenges of a multi-cloud ecosystem, how your company can simplify a broad range of multi-cloud networking and security functions that include routing, SD-WAN, carrier-grade NAT, DLP, ZTNA, SWG, DOS, IP address management, FW, IPS/IDS, antivirus, ransomware, malware in a single-pane-of-glass view.
Rohan leads an in-depth discussion of a seamless, single-stack SASE framework and implementation you need to achieve network security that is cloud-independent, optimizes cross-cloud traffic, provides consistent multi-dimensional policy enforcement at a granular transaction level, and provides cross-cloud resilience and application/network convergence. He describes why you need both an on-prem and cloud SASE deployment to properly secure your users, data and applications, and bring the entire ecosystem under effective control. Rohan examines several essential hybrid-cloud use cases in detail, including:
- Secure on-premises to cloud migration
- Multi-Cloud Smart pipe connectivity
- Remote Workforce Protection
- Micro-segmentation for cloud workload protection