Zscaler Extends Strategic Partnership with VMware to Accelerate Secure Digital Transformation
Leaders in Cloud Security and SD-WAN Enable Organizations to Simplify Security
VMworld — Zscaler, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZS), the leader in cloud security, today announced an expanded strategic partnership with VMware to help organizations simplify security in the new, dynamic workplace.
The dramatic shifts in business needs of the past year require organizations to transform their IT infrastructure by rethinking networking and security. By more closely aligning the next-generation networking and security capabilities from both companies, Zscaler will work with VMware to help large global enterprises simplify the adoption of a complete Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture and more effectively implement Zero Trust security. Customers can expect to benefit from:
- Proven, Industry-leading providers: Brings together two industry leaders in cloud-delivered networking and security to serve the needs of the largest enterprise customers.
- Expanded product collaboration: Enhanced interoperability of products that will make it easier for customers to deploy and operate best-of-breed security and networking infrastructure.
- Partnering for customer success: Joint technical, sales and marketing engagement that will accelerate our ability to support the most forward-leaning customers.
“We are excited to partner with VMware because leaders select leaders,” said Jay Chaudhry, Chairman and CEO of Zscaler. “By integrating our purpose-built cloud security with VMware’s cloud-native SD-WAN solution, our customers can focus on outcomes instead of managing infrastructure and point products to secure their workforce.”
“By partnering with Zscaler, we will bring simplicity and scale to securing a modern, future ready workforce,” said Sanjay Poonen, Chief Operating Officer, customer operations, VMware. “Together we will help customers adopt a cloud-centric network and security architecture that connects and protects users, applications, and data, anywhere in the world.”