Bitglass announced technical integrations between SD-WAN providers Aruba, 128 Technology, Fortinet, and Silver Peak and its secure access service edge (SASE) offering; extending market-leading security to traffic stemming from remote locations.
With its cloud-native Polyscale Architecture, Bitglass is able to leverage AWS Transit Gateway Connect to integrate with SD-WAN solutions connected to AWS.
This enables any organization to integrate its existing SD-WAN fabric with the leading SASE platform from Bitglass. Traffic destined for the web, the cloud, and even on-premises resources can automatically be routed to Bitglass for real-time security enforcement.
This stands in stark contrast to competing SASE offerings which integrate with a limited set of SD-WAN solutions. These alternatives then require security teams to build and maintain complex, resource-intensive integrations.
Benjamin Rice, VP of Business Development at Bitglass said, “We are excited to leverage the power of the AWS ecosystem to make our solutions deployable for organizations around the world who want to continue using their best-of-breed SD-WAN solutions.
Now, traffic flowing through any SD-WAN from any location can be secured with industry-leading SASE technology from Bitglass.”