Derek Granath

VP Product Marketing at Silver Peak

Derek has more than 20 years of technology product marketing, product management and business development experience with a focus on high-performance enterprise and service provider networking systems. At Silver Peak, he leads product positioning and messaging for service provider and enterprise SD-WAN offerings. Before joining Silver Peak, Derek held a number of senior management positions in marketing and product management at networking companies including Extreme Networks, ConSentry Networks, Woven Systems, Brocade, and Cisco Systems via the Stratacom acquisition. Derek holds a BSEE from Stanford University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

SASE: One Year Later
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SASE: One Year Later


Silver Peak and Zscaler: Making SASE Work for You

Silver Peak and Zscaler: Making SASE Work for You

Today’s cloud-first enterprise must arm workers with a security service solution that follows them wherever they go.

Top 7 Considerations When Choosing an SD-WAN Vendor and Platform

Top 7 Considerations When Choosing an SD-WAN Vendor and Platform

By selecting the right SD-WAN vendor and the right SD-WAN platform, you can achieve the full transformational promise of the cloud and SD-WAN.

Silver Peak and Check Point Partner to Automate Local Internet Breakout, Securing the WAN Edge for Cloud-First Enterprises

Silver Peak and Check Point Partner to Automate Local Internet Breakout, Securing the WAN Edge for Cloud-First Enterprises

Highly complementary integration provides a secure, high-performance modern WAN edge architecture that delivers the highest quality of experience for users and IT

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 3: It’s MPLS Contract Renewal Time

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 3: It’s MPLS Contract Renewal Time

MPLS Contract Almost Up? Time To Look At The Benefits of SD-WAN

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router #4: Broadband is Used Only for Failover

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router #4: Broadband is Used Only for Failover

While enterprises sometimes use broadband as a back-up transport, broadband capacity is often underutilized, or worse, sits idle.

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 6: Bringing New Sites Online Takes Too Long

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 6: Bringing New Sites Online Takes Too Long

For most enterprises, growth is a key, albeit obvious objective. Growth can be achieved organically as the business expands its offerings, enters new markets or moves into new regions. It can also be realized through mergers and...

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router #8: Garbled VoIP Calls and Pixelated Video

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router #8: Garbled VoIP Calls and Pixelated Video

Another reason to think outside the router

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 9: Sub-par SaaS Performance

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 9: Sub-par SaaS Performance

The #9 reason it’s time to retire traditional routers at the branch: Sub-par SaaS Performance!

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 10: It’s Getting Cloudy

Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router – No. 10: It’s Getting Cloudy

Borrowing from the iconic David Letterman Top Ten List segment from his former Late Show, this new blog series will countdown the Top Ten Reasons to Think Outside the Router.

It’s Time to Think Outside the Router

It’s Time to Think Outside the Router

The “job of the WAN” has always been to connect users to applications, but wide area networking (WAN) technology based on conventional branch routers has not kept up to provide the optimal means of connecting to them.

3 Security Features to Look for in SD-WAN Solutions

3 Security Features to Look for in SD-WAN Solutions

Here are important security considerations when looking at SD-WAN solutions.

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