The SD-WAN for Application Providers

TrustgridTM is the way SaaS applications connect to customer environments. Our SD-WAN 2.0 combines Zero Trust networking with integrated remote access and edge computing capabilities – allowing you to manage your on-premise applications and networks like you manage the cloud.


Easily create network connections between centralized applications and remote data centers


Track global network status through dashboards with centralized access and change logs


Simplify operations with single pane of glass deployment, management, and support tools for all connections


Build policy-driven Zero Trust networks between your application and your customer’s environments

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The SD-WAN 2.0 Platform Includes

  • Software-defined networking (SD-WAN) to connect cloud and on-premise environments
  • Zero Trust network access (ZTNA) to secure application access for remote support and end-users
  • Edge computing to distribute application components or security services from the cloud to the edge
  • Deployment and management tools for distributing edge endpoints, containers, and APIs
  • Automated troubleshooting, remediation, and security tooling
Trustgrid was the only solution that made us ‘cloud-ready’”
– Lou Senko, CIO/SVP Q2eBanking

We needed a better way to connect our applications to customer data that would support our efforts to improve availability and security while enabling cloud migration in the future”
– Lou Senko
Trustgrid was able to enhance the security around our customer’s data while removing the complexity of connecting to these critical resources.”
– Bryon Jacob
Working with the Trustgrid team has made a difficult job much easier. From planning through implementation, they were an excellent partner.”
– Jennifer White
Director Customer Success
zero trust cloud connectivity

Learn how SaaS providers challenged with leveraging their customer’s sensitive data have used Trustgrid to connect to over 2000 data sources.


Real-time connectivity between any environment with enterprise SLAs

Reduce new site deployment times to hours instead of weeks

Lower cost of connectivity vs legacy networking solutions

Deployed by over 1,200 organizations (and counting)

Build networks from your centralized application to an on-premise data source in as little as 15 minutes

Yes, we do all of this:

  • Layer 3 /4 Software-Defined Networking
  • IdP / IAM Integration (Okta, Azure AD, Google and others)
  • Multi-Tenant, Multi-Hop Networking-as-a-Service
  • SOC 2 Type II Compliant Connectivity
  • Automated Failover and Disaster Recovery
  • Cloud-native WAN with Support for AWS, Azure, GCP and Oracle
  • Run Docker containers and scripts on-premise
  • One-touch Deployment Next to, or Behind, Firewall
  • OEM Licensing and Support

Trustgrid Blog

Cloud and the Complexity of Distributed Applications

We are in the business of helping software providers with tools that make them more secure and efficient. In those conversations, we get exposed to the infinite number of ways that companies architect, develop, and support their application’s infrastructure. While the architecture and delivery of applications has never been trivial work, there has been an

The VPN Security Gap

Another day another VPN vendor is compromised. This time from our friends at Fortinet. This time half a million credentials were swiped from VPN routers. Once again, the vendor had issued a patch and once again many customers had not updated their systems. By now we all understand that there are no certainties in life.

SD-WAN Doesn’t Work for SaaS Providers

For SaaS applications that must connect to customer or partner data, SD-WAN doesn’t work. SD-WAN adoption is expected to grow rapidly over the next few years, with most companies implementing some form of SD-WAN within the next 5 years. For enterprises, SD-WAN is commonly seen as the modern way to build WAN connectivity to clouds,

Application Providers Need to Re-Examine to use of MPLS

Every day we speak with IT and product leaders looking for ways to improve the networking component of their application delivery.  When the topic of MPLS comes up, there is a predictable groan of resigned disappointment. No one is coming to its defense. How can a technology that is so widely used, be so uniformly