Is Your Network Holding You Back? Check Out NaaS
The network is complex. IT continues to be constrained and delivering secure network performance is a reactive struggle. IaaS and cloud have completely transformed the way today’s businesses run by delivering agility, flexibility, and thus a competitive edge.
Network as a Service (NaaS) offloads this burden thus freeing up IT to help deliver on business priorities.
Yet, today’s “NaaS” solutions still lack the ability to truly deliver the network as a service:
- Network performance is only best-effort, not guaranteed
- Security is bolted on without a holistic zero trust approach
- Infrastructure is based on leasing rather than consumption
- Day 0 to Day N is a complex web of multiple 3rd party experts
Hear about the evolution of NaaS and how we can evolve decades-old architecture to meet today’s business demands.
Explore our impressive lineup of speakers, each bringing a unique perspective and valuable insights that will leave you informed, enlightened, and motivated.
Co-Founder & CPO, Nile
Chief Technology Officer, SDI
Learn how NaaS by Nile can deliver enterprise wired and wireless LAN connectivity to your business completely as a service.
NaaS enables the capability to unify network access authentication with application access authentication. The goal is to simplify the process. We present a new workflow that uses PSK and SSO to authenticate network access along with application access. See Network as an Application in action
Great user experience on the network is the ultimate goal. Wired or wireless. Finally, with NaaS, there’s a way to empower users to get insights into whether the device is the problem or the network. Is there really a connectivity issue? Watch how the Nile Access Service empowers users with myNile.
NaaS by Nile automatically takes care of all software upgrades or security patches within agreed-upon maintenance windows that you control and decide.
The combination of NaaS and Cloud RADIUS delivers a complete zero trust model for user access through strong authentication and authorization.
This document covers the setup of SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) federation between Nile (Okta) as a Service Provider (SP) and Okta as Identity Provider (IdP).
This document is designed to assist with the setup of SAML federation between Nile, leveraging Okta as a Service Provider (SP), and Azure Active Directory (AD) as the Identity Provider (IdP).
Nile’s enterprise network interoperates with Palo Alto Network’s Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) to help simplify and centralize policy enforcement.
UMKC’s education building connects its students, faculty and staff with highly reliable, highly secure Wi-Fi.
Cripple Creek offloads network management to ensure students have access to the tools for success.