The Path to Victory in the SASE Market

The victor in the evolving SASE market will deliver the highest quality user experience by solving the security service chaining problem while competing head-on with the legacy security solutions that dominate IT security spending today. They will build their solution on a platform that integrates software-defined networking, edge computing, and solves the expensive problems of

Lowering the Cost of Connectivity

This blog provides an overview of our upcoming webinar, Lowering the Cost of Connectivity: Increasing the ROI of Cloud Applications. Trustgrid’s Chief Product Officer, Joe Gleinser, will guide participants through the problems, solutions and implementation process of secure cloud to on-premise connectivity and its cost-saving implications. The cloud is changing IT infrastructure, allowing application providers

The 4 Biggest Misconceptions About MPLS

Everyday we speak with companies looking for ways to improve the cost and performance of their application’s connectivity. 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 disliked?  Normally, technologies

Is a Data Mesh Secure?

A Data Mesh creates a layer of connectivity that abstracts away the complexities of connecting, managing and supporting an application’s access to remote data. It is used to stitch together data held across multiple environments. The premise of a data mesh is that it uses software to connect environments no matter where it lives, or

How a Data Mesh Works

Our customers always come to us with a problem…  “I want to get data from the factory floor to my cloud application” “My customer wants to run my application on-premise, but we don’t deploy our applications onsite.” “My data is scattered across multiple data centers and I can’t replicate it centrally” I could go on

The Tale of the Tape

In boxing, the tale of the tape is a term that refers to the measurements taken before a fight begins. It is used to ‘size up’ the competitors by things like their weight, reach and height. While not an exact science, these stats give viewers a sense of who may be dominant in a fight.