SASE Implementation Plan: A Step-by-Step Guide for successful SASE deployment
Another recent Forcepoint study showed that 90% of companies are either deploying SASE (43%) or are considering SASE adoption (47%).
SASE Implementation: How to implement SASE successfully in 6 easy steps?
Companies of all sizes are deploying SASE software to increase efficiency, automate processes, and improve customer interaction.
Learn how to plan and implement a successful SASE implementation/deployment plan that addresses your company’s unique requirements, environment, and business goals with this six-step guide.
SASE uses software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) globally deployed points of presence (POPs) that allows organizations to connect directly with the cloud, endpoints, edge computing locations and SaaS applications hosted in on-premises data centers, without backhauling all internet-bound Traffic to data center firewall – which means that branch offices and distributed remote workforce get reduced latency regardless of where they are located.
SASE Implementation Step 1: Define SASE Goals, and project business goals
SASE Implementation Step 2: Conduct a GAP analysis to assess existing network infrastructure and resources
SASE Implementation Step 3: Choose your SASE vendor solution
SASE Implementation Step 4: Create a separate staging and testing environment
SASE Implementation Step 5: Troubleshoot any SASE configuration or deployment errors
SASE Implementation Step 6: improve and optimize SASE Implementation
5 Best Practices for Successful SASE Implementations
Step 1: Scope your project