VPNs have provided a well-understood mechanism for site-to-site and remote access for over a decade. As your network has grown and changed, it has largely done so around this infrastructure. The result is a complicated tangle of NATing, Access Control Lists, over-provisioned client software in case of emergency, and more. You’ve deployed data centers around the world, and then re-provisioned them for high availability. You’ve installed load balancers to give users the best experience, and maybe even global load balancers for disaster recovery. It is complicated, it’s expensive, and it’s static.
With Zscaler Private Access, you can phase your VPNs out on your schedule, while providing user-based access to specific applications. Zscaler Private Access dynamically provisions user access without touching the network, so complexity is replaced with flexibility. If an application is located in different places, the user is automatically routed to the site that delivers the best performance. And because the solution monitors application health, users will always get the best performance.