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Network Transformation Strategy - Overview

How to Migrate from MPLS to SD-WAN

The benefits of SD-WAN are well known, but the transition from MPLS is often unclear. What specific steps should you consider when migrating from a traditional MPLS network to SD-WAN?

We’ve outlined a phased migration plan for evolving your network based on insights from SD-WAN adopters, industry best practices, and our own experiences transforming hundreds of enterprise networks.
This overview takes a high-level look at network transformation and explores:

  • 5 steps when migrating sites from MPLS to SD-WAN
  • 4 types of SD-WAN management models
  • SD-WAN’s impact on your security architecture
  • Cloud to SD-WAN considerations  
  • Mobile access and the impact on the new WAN  


“Very helpful. Wish I had this guide when I was migrating my sites to SD-WAN." 

Nick Dell, IT Manager at a leading manufacturer in the automotive industry

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Adrian Dunne

Global Director of IT


“From our users, we have peace and quiet. Nobody will come and say, ‘Thank you for the VPN.’ They expect it to work, but silence is golden."

Hai Zamir

Hai Zamir

VP of Infrastructure


“Now our developers get optimized and secure access to all AWS datacenters, regardless of region and on one connections. It’s made access multiple clouds much easier.”

Oren Kisler

Oren Kisler

Kisler Director of IT

“We were getting 2 Mbits/s of throughput on our SSL VPNs from North America to Israel. With Cato, we saw throughput jump more than eight-fold, reaching 17 Mbits/s.”

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Our Customers

Our customers cut MPLS costs, improve performance between global locations, eliminate branch appliances, provide secure Internet access everywhere, and seamlessly integrate mobile users and cloud datacenters into the WAN. Read their success stories.

SLA-backed Global Backbone

The Cato Cloud Network is built on a globally distributed, scalable, and redundant Points of Presence (PoPs). The PoPs are interconnected with SLA-backed global carrier transports and meshed into a global overlay

The Convergence of Global SD-WAN and Network Security in the Cloud

Cato provides a global SD-WAN with built-in network security, delivered as a cloud service. The Cato Cloud securely connects all business locations, people, and applications. Cato reduces MPLS costs, eliminates distributed appliances, provides secure internet access, and globally extends the WAN to mobile users and cloud datacenters.