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Cohesive Networks' Virtual Network and Security Services Available in G-Cloud 7 806M Pounds Sterling Digital Marketplace
Cohesive Networks today announced four VNS3 services have been accepted into the UK G-Cloud 7 and are available in the new Digital Marketplace, which launched yesterday. The four G-Cloud services: VNS3 Cloud Network Manager, VNS3 Application Security Controller, VNS3 Secure Network Appliance, and VNS3:vpn are software-only virtual appliances that allow organisations to create and control their own network on top of cloud IaaS infrastructure. 

Instant Access to VNS3 Cloud Services In Vibrant Public Sector Marketplace
"We've been in the G-Cloud Digital Marketplace since the beginning in 2012," said Chris Purrington, UK Managing Director and Head of Sales. "G-Cloud 7 reduces red tape, giving all Government organisations easy access to VNS3. Organisations can now run their systems in public clouds with the confidence that their data in motion is protected."

G-Cloud makes it easier for UK public sector organisations and System Integrators working on public projects to access to VNS3 services to provide security, connectivity, and integration for all their cloud based applications. Over 2,000 customers worldwide use VNS3 already.

VNS3 is also available for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, CenturyLink Cloud, ElasticHosts, IBM SoftLayer, Google, VMware, and most virtualized environments.

Cohesive Networks' Customer G-Cloud Use Case
A UK government local authority uses VNS3 to secure their systems in the cloud, meeting G-Cloud requirements for data encryption both in transit. With VNS3, the government agency was able to move many of their systems into the AWS public cloud, attest to UK security requirements, and provide IPsec-based failover to their local network. The organisation plans to do the same in the Microsoft Azure cloud.

Published Tuesday, November 24, 2015 9:09 AM by David Marshall
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