Accelerate the Migration to Microsoft Azure with Zscaler Private Access

Presented by

Sean Dastouri, Senior Cloud Architect at Microsoft Azure

About this talk

Moving the crown jewels to the cloud requires a trusted cloud provider. This is why almost 40% of enterprises choose to run internal applications on Azure, which was designed to deliver more choice, scalability, and speed. However, this also extends the security perimeter to the Internet - rendering network-centric security methods obsolete. Many companies still try to rely on the network-centric methods of the old world (i.e remote access VPN), when apps ran only in the datacenter, to provide user-to-app connectivity. They're now recognizing that the complexity of appliances and the need to manage ACLs and FW policies will actually slow the move to Azure dramatically. It's time for a new approach. One built for the new world. Join Sean Dastouri, Senior Cloud Architect at Microsoft Azure and Lisa Lorenzin, Director of Emerging Technology Solutions at Zscaler as they discuss migrating applications to Azure and delivering faster secure application access for remote users with ZPA. You’ll learn: - Why enterprises are moving applications to Microsoft Azure - How the internet has become the new network - Reasons why network-centric security services are becoming obsolete - The Zscaler solution delivering secure access to private applications on Azure

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