Unified SASE explained

Learn unified SASE in 5, 10, or 15 minutes

4 min: What is unified SASE?

Learn what unified SASE is and get a closer look at four key use cases.

10 min: Bringing connectivity and security together

Discover the benefits of unifying network and security functions for modern organizations.

15 min: Why choose single-vendor SASE?

Unified SASE brings simplicity and cost savings. See if it’s a good fit for you.

What the experts have to say

of new SD-WAN purchases will be part of a single-vendor SASE offering by 20252.

say their primary SSE use case is securing access for their remote and hybrid employees in research supported by Axis Security3.

of enterprises will have adopted a strategy to unify web, cloud services, and private application access using a SASE/SSE architecture by 20251.

1 Gartner Market Guide for Single-Vendor SASE, September 2023
2 Gartner Market Guide for Single-Vendor SASE, September 2023
3 Cybersecurity Insiders 2023 Security Services Edge (SSE) Adoption Report

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Networking teams win with HPE Aruba Networking unified SASE

The benefits of unified SASE extend to those responsible for the integrity and performance of the IT infrastructure—its design, implementation, integration, and technical governance.

The journey to unified SASE starts with SD-WAN

Deliver the highest levels of optimization, orchestration, application performance, and availability with a unified solution.

Shift to a business-first network

Move to a modern networking and security solution—one that will satisfy the needs of financial controllers, CISOs, operations managers, innovators, legal and ESG directors, and your workers.

Deliver maximum value from cloud

Extend the benefits of SD-WAN to simplify and automate multi-cloud connectivity to leading cloud and SaaS providers with a unified SASE solution.

Connect and protect to contain costs

Consolidate operations, remove roadblocks between network and security teams, and reduce costs by unifying two technologies into one platform, one contract, and one UI.

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