Aryaka Unveils Security Platform with Radware, Zscaler, Palo Alto

The vendor is addressing the SD-WAN security problem through partnerships.

James Anderson, Senior News Editor

March 13, 2018

2 Min Read
Network Security

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Aryaka, the software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN provider), has introduced a security platform and “ecosystem.”

The vendor has partnered with Radware, Palo Alto Networks and Zscaler to provide “industrial-grade security measures.” The platform attempts to use the different security partners to fit the variety of customer use cases. The features include DDoS attack prevention from Radware, DNS filtering and cloud sandbox from Zscaler, and “next-generation firewalls” from Palo Alto.

Security has become one of biggest sources of confusion and concern for customers and partners adopting SD-WAN. While vendors like Cato Networks have touted a built-in security platform, many providers focused on technology partnerships.

Aryaka said its private network already has an “essential level of security” and has built-in security on its edge devices.


Aryaka’s Gary Sevounts

“In today’s cloud-centric world, global organizations are looking to SD-WAN to deliver solutions that offer reliable global connectivity, fast and consistent application performance anywhere in the world, and enhanced network visibility in an environment that assures the highest level of enterprise-grade security,” said Gary Sevounts, chief marketing officer at Aryaka. “Working closely with industry leaders like Palo Alto Networks, Zscaler, and Radware, Aryaka delivers a platform with unified, best-of-breed global SD-WAN and security solutions that are affordable and accessible to all global enterprises.”

Aryaka had already partnered with Radware and Zscaler. It announced the partnership with Radware in February and December.

Punit Minocha, Zscaler’s senior vice president of business and corporate development, said cloud has transformed the approach of business toward security and networking. That approach no longer has the data center as the “de facto destination.”

“We are proud to be working with Aryaka on a solution that supports enterprise-class connectivity and provides the performance, security and agility needed in today’s cloud-first world,” Minocha said.

Aryaka has been one of the big newsmakers in the last year. It went on a string of executive hires who have experience with IPO launches.

Check out the SD-WAN column Sevounts did with Channel Partners. Kelsey Kusterer Ziser of our sister site Light Reading has further analysis on Aryaka’s new security platform.

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James Anderson

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

James Anderson is a news editor for Channel Futures. He interned with Informa while working toward his degree in journalism from Arizona State University, then joined the company after graduating. He writes about SD-WAN, telecom and cablecos, technology services distributors and carriers. He has served as a moderator for multiple panels at Channel Partners events.

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