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Prisma SD-WAN
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Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) Solutions (5th), WAN Edge (5th)
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Sep 20, 2022
Enables better connectivity and greatly improves performance due to the expansion of bandwidth and a reduction in costs
The reliability of the solution has improved our organization. We don't have any downtime unless there is a power outage. The network is more resilient and faster. It delivers applications in a timely manner. The performance has greatly improved due to the expansion of bandwidth and a reduction in costs. MPLS lines are the most expensive lines. After changing to a broadband line, the monthly cost of running the network is completely different. Prisma SD-WAN also provides Panorama integration, although we haven't used it. We use Prisma SD-WAN's event correlation and analysis capabilities to help minimize the number of alarms from a single event, but this is all done from the dashboard. This feature has made our network operations much more clear and more concise. Sifting through numerous alarms, especially if they're for related incidents, makes it cumbersome to focus on the problem that needs our attention. Prisma SD-WAN enables branch services such as networking and security to be delivered from the cloud. It provides seamless integration with the Prisma core networks and traffic web filtering. This simplifies our WAN management. We're able to have one place where we can configure pretty much all of the features of our network. We can designate a device to use a certain set of features, policies, etc. It's just a matter of doing its local configuration and it's instantly on. We don't have to configure each device from scratch. We set the policy, upload the configuration, and that's it. The move to Prisma SD-WAN definitely resulted in a reduction in outages because we usually have one WAN link. Regardless of whether the internet access is used from the hub site, ideally, Prisma Access allows us to have local internet access through the branch side. The benefits are numerous in that respect.
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"This solution stood out because it cost considerably less than the other SD-WAN solutions out there from Cisco."
"It is more expensive than Fortinet."
"If you're already invested in a Palo Alto product, it would be logical to use this solution. If not, there might be some other solutions that are more viable in terms of pricing."
"On a scale from one to ten, where one is cheap and ten is expensive, I rate the solution's pricing an eight out of ten."
"Prisma SD-WAN is a pretty expensive solution."
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The product's initial setup phase is straightforward.
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The pricing for Prisma SD-WAN needs improvement. It's a perfect solution, but its price is above the market average. An additional feature that can be introduced is the inclusion of a remote browse...
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