Architecting Enterprise Networks for the Next Decade

Published by Zscaler

Enterprise network design is facing a conundrum: should architects continue to follow the well-worn path that they’ve taken for years, providing connectivity via routable networks? Or should they reimagine what’s needed for fast, secure communication between highly distributed users, devices, and workloads? Is it time to move beyond the costs and complexities associated with yesterday’s infrastructure solutions, and instead find a better approach to secure connectivity—one that supports productivity in a fast-paced world?

Enterprises need to ready themselves for this future by building fast, reliable, and cost-effective network architectures. But they can’t achieve this using yesterday’s network designs or the last decade’s technologies. Instead, they need a comprehensive new approach—one that delivers fast and secure application access from anywhere, that simplifies branch and cloud connectivity, and that supports the transition to zero trust.

Read this ebook to learn how network architects and engineers can assist in this transition to help:

  • Reduce cost and complexity associated with yesterday's network architectures
  • Support remote, hybrid, and branch locations with simple and secure solutions
  • Ensure network flexibility to deliver fast and secure application access

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