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The Role of DDI in SASE Deployments

The Role of DDI in SASE Deployments

Published by: Research Desk Released: May 31, 2021

The perimeter of enterprise networks is rapidly expanding, and edge computing is on the rise—both of which expose limitations in traditional on-premises and SD-WAN deployment models. As the growth in these areas accelerates, the need for SASE-based cloud-delivered networks and security services increases as well. To realize the full benefits of SASE, ZK Research recommends that organizations:Embrace the cloud for networking—SASE enables the delivery of robust cloud and network services anywhere an organization does business without the headaches of on-premises infrastructure.Deploy a DDI solution as the foundation of SASE—the core network services of DHCP, DHS and IPAM are critical components for transitioning the WAN.Consider Infoblox solutions—the combination of the BloxOne platform and corresponding SaaS applications ensure organizations operate more efficiently and securely.The Role of DDI in SASE DeploymentsAs organizations continue to make progress on digital transformation objectives, it’s becoming clear that legacy networks are a technology bottle neck. This new white paper from ZK Research shows that SASE can take SD-WANs to the next level with the integration of security and the shift to cloud-native platform.