Bitglass extended its leadership in the secure access service edge (SASE) market by announcing an expansion of its SD-WAN integration ecosystem.
Customers can now leverage Bitglass’ platform to secure traffic flowing from remote locations via Cisco, Alkira, Aryaka, Palo Alto Networks, and Versa. This follows last week’s announcement about integrations with Citrix, Arista Networks, Aviatrix, and Sophos, as well as the prior announcement on Aruba, 128 Technology, Fortinet, and Silver Peak.
As the only SASE platform built on Polyscale public cloud architecture, Bitglass leverages AWS Transit Gateway Connect to seamlessly integrate with SD-WAN solutions.
Traffic from branch routers is seamlessly routed to Bitglass for real-time security. The flexible, plug-and-play approach is markedly different from that of competitors, who are limited to specific SD-WAN partners for whom they build and maintain piecemeal integrations.
Benjamin Rice, VP of Business Development at Bitglass said, “Our integration with AWS Transit Gateway Connect allows us to integrate with any SD-WAN tool on the market. This means that customers can keep using their SD-WAN of choice, while securing their remote sites with Bitglass’ unrivaled security capabilities.
“Whether traffic is headed for the cloud, the web, or the network, Bitglass provides comprehensive protections.”