What is the difference between SASE and SD-WAN?

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Navin Rehnius - PeerSpot reviewer
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Jul 20, 2021

SASE is a security solution, which network traffic hits the SASE gateway located on the cloud. It consists of several solutions like Firewall, DLP, web proxy, IPS, etc. in a single solution.

Whereas SD-WAN is a centrally managed solution that isĀ used to connect remote networks into a single network.

I hope you may understand!

Thank you!!

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