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I keep hearing more and more about SASE. So, my question for you is what are the components of a complete SASE architecture?
I think this one must've stumped some people. No worries, it took me a while to learn what SASE is as well.
The thing to remember about SASE is that it is an architecture that was developed to help in this post-COVID hybrid workforce environment. By hybrid workforce, we mean there are people who will be working in the office and there will be people working from home. There will be applications at the datacenter, the headquarters, and in the cloud. We want EVERYONE at the company to be productive no matter where they work from but also to keep the network secure. Due to this, SASE is a convergence of both the networking team and the security team.
Ok, having said all that, what are the components of a complete SASE architecture? You will find different answers to this, but the main ones are:
Now there are a bunch of other acronyms and components people put into their view of SASE such as DLP and RBI. I'd like to hear from you about the ones that you think I missed and why you think they should be considered a main component.