Posted on: December 01, 2021 | 2 minutes read
The Palo Alto Networks Micro-credential SASE Pre-sales Systems Engineer Professional (PMSPp) certifies an ability to position, demonstrate, and differentiate SASE use cases and solutions.
The Palo Alto Networks Micro-Credential Remote Network Administrator (PMRnA) focuses on the post-sales implementation of SASE Remote Networks and SD-WAN whilst the Palo Alto Networks Micro-credential Remote user Administrator (PMRuA) demonstrates the post-sales capability to implement SASE Mobile Users and Autonomous Digital Experience Management (ADEM).
Remote work and the cloud are prompting businesses everywhere to rethink their network and security architectures. Businesses seek the tools and expertise to keep applications, users, content and devices connected and secure, wherever they are. Customers need a simpler, integrated solution that covers the network core to the edge and the branch, without compromising performance and speed. Palo Alto Networks Prisma SASE is the industry’s most complete SASE solution, converging network security, SD-WAN, and Autonomous Digital Experience Management into a single cloud-delivered service.
“Enablis’ achievement of all three SASE micro-credentials from Palo Alto Networks is a recognition of our long-standing expertise in modern networking and secure WAN transformations. We are proud to have achieved these SASE certifications - it is an acknowledgment to the skills and investment we have made across our business to successfully design, deploy and support Palo Alto Networks’ leading Prisma SASE offering in the APAC marketplace,” said Jon Evans, CEO Enablis Pty Ltd.
“Enablis’ technical engineers now have specialized SASE certifications that include Remote User (PMRuA) and Remote Network (PMRnA) credentials. The Enablis team is well-positioned to deliver commercial advantage for Australian businesses by combining the savings that can be created from traditional MPLS carriage networks, migrating to SD-WAN alongside the SASE security services,” added Jon Evans, CEO Enablis Pty Ltd.
“We are seeing incredible growth in the number of customers embarking upon the SASE transformation journey across Asia Pacific and Japan. It’s becoming very apparent that it’s partners who can differentiate their service offerings, via deep security and networking knowledge who are being heavily relied upon to ensure project outcomes are realised,” said Peter Molloy, Director of SASE Sales & GTM, Asia Pacific & Japan at Palo Alto Networks.
“Enablis has demonstrated cloud-delivered networking and security capabilities and expertise to deliver on our customer’s expectations and needs,” added Peter Molloy.
About the NextWave Partner Program
The Palo Alto Networks NextWave partner program includes approximately 6,500 partners who help 80,000 customers around the world succeed with Palo Alto Networks technologies. Its pre-sales, sales, and post-sales capabilities and enablement are instrumental in helping our partners create an optimal customer experience and serve as trusted security experts. Partners’ achievements in the program are proactively monitored and annually assessed.
NextWave 3.0 is a comprehensive set of program specializations, incentives, and enablement initiatives launched by Palo Alto Networks to enable partner differentiation; enhance partner profitability, expand partner opportunities; and empower partner success.
To find out more about SASE and how Enablis can support your business visit our Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) resource centre here or contact us today.
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