SD-WAN represents a new and exciting opportunity to transform the costly and rigid enterprise WAN. It promises to make your wide area network more agile, boost available capacity, improve resiliency and user experience, and reduce MPLS costs. 

While SD-WANs address yesterday’s business requirements around high-costs & inflexibility of MPLS networks, the bigger question is do SD-WANs address today’s business needs? Mobility, cloud access, Internet security, lean offices — these form the shape of today’s business.

In this webinar, enterprise networking expert and analyst Jim Metzler from Ashton, Metzler and Associates, and Ofir Agasi, Director of Product Marketing at Cato Networks will discuss: 
  • Data gathered by Ashton, Metzler & Associates around the drivers and inhibitors for WAN transformation and SD-WANs
  • Best practices and core requirements for a successful SD-WAN project
  • How the convergence of networking, security, cloud and mobility can uniquely maximize the business benefits of SD-WAN

SD-WAN represents a new and exciting opportunity to transform the costly and rigid enterprise WAN. It promises to make your wide area network more agile, boost available capacity, improve resiliency and user experience, and reduce MPLS costs.

While SD-WANs address yesterday’s business requirements around high-costs & inflexibility of MPLS networks, the bigger question is do SD-WANs address today’s business needs? Mobility, cloud access, Internet security, lean offices — these form the shape of today’s business.

In this webinar, enterprise networking expert and analyst Jim Metzler from Ashton, Metzler and Associates, and Ofir Agasi, Director of Product Marketing at Cato Networks will discuss: 
  • Data gathered by Ashton, Metzler & Associates around the drivers and inhibitors for WAN transformation and SD-WANs
  • Best practices and core requirements for a successful SD-WAN project
  • How the convergence of networking, security, cloud and mobility can uniquely maximize the business benefits of SD-WAN

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Ofir Agasi is Director of Product Marketing at Cato Networks with over 12 years of network security expertise in systems engineering, product management, and research and development. Prior to Cato Networks, Ofir was a product manager at Check Point Software Technologies, where he led mobile security, cloud security, remote access, and data protection product lines.
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Dr. Jim Metzler has worked in many positions in the networking industry and is now running a consulting organization. He has published the ebooks "The 2014 Guide to Application and Service Delivery" and "The 2014-2015 Guide to Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization." He has written for numerous publications and is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars.


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Ofir Agasi is Director of Product Marketing at Cato Networks with over 12 years of network security expertise in systems engineering, product management, and research and development. Prior to Cato Networks, Ofir was a product manager at Check Point Software Technologies, where he led mobile security, cloud security, remote access, and data protection product lines.



Dr. Jim Metzler has worked in many positions in the networking industry and is now running a consulting organization. He has published the ebooks "The 2014 Guide to Application and Service Delivery" and "The 2014-2015 Guide to Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization." He has written for numerous publications and is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars.