Global SASE Growth Opportunities

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Future Growth Potential of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) Due to Accelerated Cloud Migration and Hybrid Workforce Requirements

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01-Jun-2022
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SASE has gained prominence, but its actual adoption from a single vendor remains low globally. SASE is a very intrusive concept and has caused prudence and cautiousness among global businesses. Confusion and misconception about SASE remain high among businesses, as many still perceive it as a cloud-delivered security solution, not a total network security concept.

Due to legacy technology stacks, organizations find it hard to replace or fully transition to the new architecture that cuts across both networking and security stakeholders. As a result, many organizations still take a component-based approach to SASE, with SD-WAN, FWaaS, SWG, and ZTNA being the top services adopted widely by these businesses.

The slow adoption of single-vendor SASE is because many organizations are greatly concerned over vendor lock-in/lock-out issues, preventing them from adopting a complete set of SASE services/components from a single vendor. In addition, getting all solutions from a single vendor means that they cannot choose the best-of-breed products for their services, which can cause dissatisfaction and poor user experience.

Organizations worldwide are looking to transform their networking and security architecture to reduce or eliminate the dependence on traditional WAN and appliance-based security architecture, which drives greater demand for secure access to support work-from-home requirements and a cloud migration strategy. In addition, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations are focused on scaling the hybrid worker to work from anywhere securely. SASE is perceived as a cloud security solution to solve the hybrid working environment challenges.

Author: Anh Tien Vu

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on SASE Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Market Definition

Differences between SASE and Secure SD-WAN

Key SASE Services

Key Attributes of a SASE

Benefits of SASE

Comparison of SASE Types—Service Chaining

Comparison of SASE Types—Converged SASE architecture

Scope of Analysis

Revenue Calculation Methodology—SASE: 2021

Customer Segmentation

Research Methodology

Market Segmentation

Key Competitors for SASE

Key Findings—Cloud Adoption

Organizations Perceive Cloud as an Essential Technology

Adoption Continues up the Cloud Stack

The Hybrid—Multi-cloud Supports Modern Application Deployment

Why Organizations Choose to Deploy Apps in the Public Cloud

The Rise of the New Network Perimeter

Key Findings of SASE

Key Findings of SASE (continued)

Key Findings of SASE (continued)

Key Findings of SASE (continued)

Key Growth Metrics for SASE

Growth Drivers for SASE

Growth Driver Analysis for SASE

Growth Driver Analysis for SASE (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis for SASE (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis for SASE (continued)

Growth Restraints for SASE

Growth Restraint Analysis for SASE

Growth Restraint Analysis for SASE (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis for SASE (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis for SASE (continued)

Forecast Assumptions—SASE

Revenue Forecast—SASE

Revenue Forecast Analysis—SASE

Revenue Forecast Analysis—SASE (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Region—SASE

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Region—SASE

Pricing Trends and Forecast Analysis—SASE

Revenue Share by Deployment Type—SASE

Revenue Share by Verticals—SASE

Revenue Share by Horizontals—SASE

SASE Landscape

Revenue Share—SASE

Competitive Environment—SASE

Vendor Profile—Cato Networks

Vendor Profile—Cato Networks (continued)

Vendor Profile—Cisco Systems

Vendor Profile—Cisco Systems (continued)

Vendor Profile—Open Systems

Vendor Profile—Open Systems (continued)

Vendor Profile—Versa Networks

Vendor Profile—Versa Networks (continued)

Vendor Profile—Palo Alto Networks

Vendor Profile—Palo Alto Networks (continued)

Vendor Profile—VMware

Vendor Profile—VMware (continued)

Key Growth Metrics for SASE—North America

Revenue Forecast for SASE—North America

Revenue Forecast Analysis for SASE—North America

Revenue Share—SASE: North America

Key Growth Metrics for SASE—EMEA

Revenue Forecast for SASE—EMEA

Revenue Forecast Analysis for SASE—EMEA

Revenue Share—SASE: EMEA

Key Growth Metrics for SASE—APAC

Revenue Forecast for SASE—APAC

Revenue Forecast Analysis for SASE—APAC

Revenue Share—SASE: APAC

Key Growth Metrics for SASE—LATAM

Revenue Forecast for SASE—LATAM

Revenue Forecast Analysis for SASE—LATAM

Revenue Share—SASE: LATAM

Growth Opportunity 1: Increasing Demand for SASE PoPs for Business Compliance and User Experience

Growth Opportunity 1: Increasing Demand for SASE PoPs for Business Compliance and User Experience (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Securing Edge and IoT Networks from Growing SASE PoPs

Growth Opportunity 2: Securing Edge and IoT Networks from Growing SASE PoPs (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Increasing Demand for Managed and Professional Security Services for SASE

Growth Opportunity 3: Increasing Demand for Managed and Professional Security Services for SASE (continued)

SASE—CISOs' Concerns

SASE—Key Trends

SASE—Insights and Recommendations 

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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SASE has gained prominence, but its actual adoption from a single vendor remains low globally. SASE is a very intrusive concept and has caused prudence and cautiousness among global businesses. Confusion and misconception about SASE remain high among businesses, as many still perceive it as a cloud-delivered security solution, not a total network security concept. Due to legacy technology stacks, organizations find it hard to replace or fully transition to the new architecture that cuts across both networking and security stakeholders. As a result, many organizations still take a component-based approach to SASE, with SD-WAN, FWaaS, SWG, and ZTNA being the top services adopted widely by these businesses. The slow adoption of single-vendor SASE is because many organizations are greatly concerned over vendor lock-in/lock-out issues, preventing them from adopting a complete set of SASE services/components from a single vendor. In addition, getting all solutions from a single vendor means that they cannot choose the best-of-breed products for their services, which can cause dissatisfaction and poor user experience. Organizations worldwide are looking to transform their networking and security architecture to reduce or eliminate the dependence on traditional WAN and appliance-based security architecture, which drives greater demand for secure access to support work-from-home requirements and a cloud migration strategy. In addition, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations are focused on scaling the hybrid worker to work from anywhere securely. SASE is perceived as a cloud security solution to solve the hybrid working environment challenges. Author: Anh Tien Vu
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