Gayan KirindageSystems Support Specialist at a tech services company
Alexander ArnoldInfrastructure and Network Engineer at Servomex Group Limited
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"There is a one-time cost of approximately $800 USD per user, and then a yearly support fee of about $50 per user."
"Our costs were negotiated, and they are okay."
"Our licensing fees are on a yearly basis."
"Licensing fees are paid on a yearly basis."
"Cisco has a model called ELA. With ELA, if you buy the solution you will have the complete security portfolio and you can pay it yearly or after three years, it depends on the contract."
"I am not sure, I don't have the numbers in front of me, but I think it's $1.00 or so per device/month."
"Cisco uses subscription models for the pricing and there are three subscription plans."
"The licensing part for Umbrella is really flexible."
"It has been relatively reasonable for what it does. Some of the additional license costs based on the advanced next-generation firewall functions are quite high, and they should have certain features ready and available as a baseline rather than having to purchase additional licenses for it. Overall, the cost seems reasonable."
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For the last 30 years, networks have been connecting users to applications in the data center, which was surrounded by a secure perimeter to keep apps and data safe from the outside. But with applications moving to the cloud, IoT becoming more common, and users connecting from everywhere, network security is no longer able to solve the fundamental challenge of security and is instead adding significant complexity and cost.
OPAQ is ranked 18th in Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) while Zscaler SASE is ranked 11th in Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) with 3 reviews. OPAQ is rated 0.0, while Zscaler SASE is rated 8.4. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Zscaler SASE writes "Easy to deploy, use, and manage, but needs more granularity and control over the interfaces and better licensing and support". OPAQ is most compared with Cato Networks, whereas Zscaler SASE is most compared with Cato Networks, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Cloudflare Access, Netskope CASB and NetFoundry.
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