The biggest challenge to migrating to the Cloud has been security. Most enterprises protect their sensitive and mission-critical data through the implementation of isolated enclaves that are completely within their control.
With the shift towards cloud computing, enterprises need the capability to establish isolated networks within a cloud, network enclaves that securely bridge between clouds and a network that bridges between legacy data holdings and the cloud presence.
NetEnclave is the integrated solution to provide enhanced security capabilities in order to isolate customer activities within any cloud framework, across commercial clouds, and /or legacy networks. NetEnclave allows users to dynamically create dedicated networks and assign data storage within the Cloud. This solution isolates customers from malicious software, insider threats, and hostile entities.
- Discrete acquisition of Cloud infrastructure and hosting sites to lower your digital footprint
- Additional layers of virtualization and security in cloud hosting environments
- Obfuscated connectivity to protected hosting sites
NetEnclave augments the security capabilities provided by cloud providers by:
- Provisioning of an additional layer of virtualization (abstraction) within the commercial cloud provider’s infrastructure to provide increased protection for the NetEnclave virtual servers.
- Establishing centralized securities policies that are configured, pushed to and enforced across each virtual network.
NetEnclave enables the ability to:
- Dynamically place any workload anywhere — Within or between datacenters. Virtual Machines (VMs) can be in multiple L3 domains and still be on the same virtual network (same broadcast domain, L2 adjacency). NetEnclave enables our customers to work seamlessly across any/all clouds.
- Efficiently manage physical and virtual workloads — Connect both managed physical servers and VMs in the cloud to the same virtual network.
- Provide multi-tenancy with full isolation — Create thousands of fully isolated enclaves and virtual networks, with no VLANs.
- Provide dynamic security for cloud deployments – Security policies are centrally configured, pushed to and enforced at the edge, and remain intact even as network topology changes and VMs move.
- Provide simplified administration — Centralized, programmatic control of network service provisioning.