A beginner's guide to SASE frameworks — with Samuel Hill
New trends in computing require new frameworks and architectures, so that when stakeholders want to merge or collaborate they can trust that their technologies will work together. For edge computing, that framework is Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE. This network architecture rolls software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and security into a single cloud service.
Samuel Hill, senior manager for healthcare at Aruba Networks, joins host Jonah Comstock to dig into what SASE is and why it's important for healthcare technologists to know about.
This podcast is brought to you by Aruba Networks.
- Why SASE is coming out strong as the pandemic abates
- What SASE is and why it makes sense as more work goes remote
- Healthcare as an illustrative use case for SASE
- Hospital use case example: radiology
- Security implications of SASE frameworks
- Benefits and drawbacks of SASE
- How SASE relates to SD-WAN and SD-Branch
- Tips for implementing a SASE framework
- What is ZeroTrust and how does it fit in?
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