SD-WAN Roundup: Aryaka Hires Another Sprint Alum, Expands Security Partnerships


security story. Aryaka prioritized security in 2018, expanding its group of Passport security-vendor partners to include Palo Alto, Zscaler, Radware and most recently, Symantec.

While smaller businesses may prefer security that’s integrated into the SD-WAN platform, many midmarket and enterprise companies are demanding Aryaka’s “best-in-breed” strategy.  Those customers have the resources in place to handle a multi-vendor strategy.

Customers and partners are asking for more of this approach in 2019, and Aryaka aims to establish additional layers of integration and new partnerships with security vendors in the upcoming year.

Quick Hits

  • Infovista, another SD-WAN provider with its own unique niche, announced a new CEO last week. The Virginia-based company is also targeting “accelerated growth.” Learn more about Jose Duarté, the new chief executive.
  • Ecessa, which calls its platform “on-premise,” announced a 2019 road map comprised of firmware upgrades. We wrote about the changes in December, but Ecessa’s approach to security contrasts interestingly with Aryaka’s.

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