CATO Networks SD-WAN
Cato SD-WAN : Augment or Replace MPLS-based WAN
CATO Networks SD-WAN : Overview
It authorizes firms to unload MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) traffic, specifically internet-bound traffic to the Cato Cloud. Cato uniquely provides built-in network security for direct secure internet access, SLA-backed WAN for MPLS replacement, and secure connectivity for Cloud infrastructure and Mobile users. It can also route site-to-site traffic over MPLS and the Internet to address regional & application-specific requirements.
The Cato Socket device is a zero-touch device ready to work in minutes. Sockets come in two models: X1500 for branch offices and X1700 for data centers. Both are continuously monitored and updated by Cato’s network operations center (NOC).
What is SD-WAN?
Edge SD-WAN (software-defined wide area network) is a simple way to manage & optimize a WAN network. It is more cost-effective & agile. It was created to overcome the high bandwidth costs and the rigidity of MPLS services. With CATO Socket, organizations can deliver more responsive, more predictable applications at lower cost in less time than the managed MPLS services traditionally used by the enterprise. IT becomes far more agile, deploying sites in minutes; leveraging any available data service such as MPLS, dedicated Internet access (DIA), broadband, or wireless; and being able to reconfigure sites instantly.
CATO SD WAN Features :
CATO SD WAN Pricing
Its cost is dependent upon the license you wish to choose as it gives you various options. The detailed price structure can be availed through Value Added Distributor eSec Forte Technologies who are well versed with all the data associated.