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Cato Networks is a leading SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) platform, combining SD-WAN and network security to obtain a cloud-native service. Cato Networks optimizes and secures application access for users and identities. The platform delivers a next-generation secure networking architecture that minimizes legacy IT infrastructures’ complexity, costs, and risks. The goal of Cato Suite is to connect any user to any application securely and optimally.
Cato Suite runs on a private global network of more than 65 PoPs (points of presence) connected via SLA-backed network providers. The service can connect branches, data centers, users, and clouds. Cato can be deployed in stages to augment legacy network services.
Cato Suite delivers end-to-end route optimization for WAN and cloud traffic. The architecture is self-healing, enabling a high service uptime.
Cato Cloud has a global backbone to deliver a reliable, global network. Here are some key SD-WAN features of Cato Cloud.
What challenges does Cato Network solve?
MPLS (multi-protocol label switching) networks are usually expensive and limited in their capacity. Cato simplifies migrating to a faster, higher-capacity internet and SASE cloud. Cato SD-WAN appliances enable customers to improve usable capacity and resiliency.
Customers who suffer from the challenge of high latency and network inconsistency can use Cato to deliver a consistent connection and user experience to access on-premises and cloud applications.
Cato’s complete network security stack connects all branch locations to the Cato cloud, therefore protecting all traffic, both internet-bound and WAN, with enterprise-grade, cloud-based security services. This capability avoids having to backhaul internet traffic to a data center or hub or having to implement stand-alone cloud security solutions.
Organizations using Cato notice an acceleration of cloud traffic. Cato achieves this by routing all traffic from the edges to the PoP closest to the data center. Because of the close distance between the two, the latency is near zero.
Reviews from Real Users
An IT manager/project coordinator at a healthcare company says that “[Cato is] a cloud-based solution that integrates well with everything. They are the classic SaaS solution.”
Yeong-Gi L., a network engineer at Snetsystems, notes that “The solution is very stable. The scalability is quite good. Technical support was always helpful and responsive. The integration capabilities are not a problem at all.”
"The most valuable feature is that it also works as a next-gen firewall because it has security features," says Lorenzo S., senior solutions consultant Lead at MDI.
IZO SDWAN maximises performance by combining IZO Hybrid WAN with cutting edge software-defined and virtualised network technologies in over 130 countries. This is delivered as a managed service supporting our customers in their global growth ambitions. IZO SDWAN ensures better end-user experience, simplified branch infrastructure, consistent security policies and lower cost of ownership. The shift to cloud comes with complexities in security and collaboration - do you want to know how we can support you build new capabilities in your business?
Cato Networks is ranked 5th in Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) Solutions with 12 reviews while Tata IZO SDWAN is ranked 27th in Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) Solutions. Cato Networks is rated 8.8, while Tata IZO SDWAN is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cato Networks writes "It works out of the box, is simple to deploy, and has a responsive technical support". On the other hand, Cato Networks is most compared with Cisco SD-WAN, Zscaler SASE, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet FortiGate and VMware SD-WAN, whereas Tata IZO SDWAN is most compared with Cisco SD-WAN.
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