SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Zentera Systems, Inc., the leader in software-defined perimeters for hybrid computing environments, today announced its inclusion in the Gartner report, “Utilizing Hybrid Architectures for Cloud Computing” authored by analyst Alan D. Waite, for its Cloud over IP® (CoIP®) product offering. As the report notes, “Technical professionals must design for a hybrid world, where applications and data reside within an interconnected mesh of public cloud services, private clouds and data centers.”*
Zentera’s CoIP was listed as an example of hybrid infrastructure implementations, specifically a cloud network overlay solution. According to the report, “[Cloud network overlay solutions] bridge virtual private clouds (VPCs) in cloud providers with on-premises data center networks, thus effectively extending the data center network to the cloud provider.”*
With the CoIP Enclave solution, companies can protect applications and workloads regardless of their physical location, in a type of software-defined perimeter called an enclave. CoIP Enclave offers comprehensive network security for enterprise applications running on-premise, in the hybrid cloud or moving to the cloud. It does not interfere with existing infrastructure and can be up and running in less than a day. Furthermore, CoIP Enclave provides unified, centrally managed security orchestration across any infrastructure. It can be deployed for one or more projects without disrupting others, while meeting compliance requirements.
“We greatly value Gartner’s opinion. This is the latest of seven mentions** by Gartner this year, including being named a Cool Vendor in Cloud Security***,” said Jaushin Lee, Zentera’s CEO. “The hybrid world and its distributed technology silos need a simple and unified security solution such as CoIP Enclave to protect applications in on-premise or remote environments.”
**Zentera Systems mentions by Gartner in 2017
*Mentioned in “Utilizing Hybrid Architectures for Cloud Computing,” Alan D. Waite, 10 November 2017. A Sample Vendor in “Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management and IT Resilience, 2017” Roberta J. Witty, Mark Thomas Jaggers, John P. Morency, 2 August 2017. A Sample Vendor in “Hype Cycle for Infrastructure Strategies, 2017” Philip Dawson, Nathan Hill, 28 July 2017. A Sample Vendor in “Hype Cycle for Enterprise Networking and Communications, 2017” Danellie Young, Bjarne Munch, 20 June 2017. A Sample Vendor in “Hype Cycle for Cloud Security, 2017” Jay Heiser, 17 June 2017. ***A Cool Vendor in “Cool Vendors in Cloud Security, 2017” Jay Heiser, Greg Young, Steve Riley, Neil MacDonald, 26 May 2017. Mentioned in “Solution Path