September 12, 2012
CHICAGO, Sept. 12 — CohesiveFT specializes in helping enterprises run business operations via the cloud, today announced the general availability of VNS3 3.0 (VNS-cubed 3.0), the latest update to its market-leading software defined network (SDN) product for cloud security and control. Formerly called VPN-Cubed, VNS3 3.0 adds flexibility, expands programatic access, and increases topology control. Since 2008, enterprises have relied on the rich feature set that CohesiveFT VNS3 3.0 delivers for secure enterprise application-to-cloud migration, connectivity and management.
Secure, Controlled, Connected Available as a "bring your own network" (BYON) deployable to all major clouds and virtual formats, VNS3 3.0 makes it easy for enterprises to securely capitalize on the cloud, support application innovation and control every aspect of enterprise-to-cloud connectivity. VNS3 is a component of CFT's family of cloud migration solutions and partner solutions, called the Cloud Container.
CEO Patrick Kerpan states, "CohesiveFT created the first iteration of VNS3 before the industry really had a name for software defined networking, so we like to think of VNS3 as one of the first commercial SDN products. But VNS3 3.0 focuses on the application layer, giving customers control and security through a highly available overlay network, site-to-site IPsec connectivity and end-to-end data in motion encryption. It's all about that customer control in the cloud."
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Assimil8, a market leader in business analytics, financial reporting, planning and forecasting, and data warehousing, uses VNS3 3.0 to manage and connect their software defined networks to customers, partners, and internal data centers.
"CohesiveFT and their VNS3 solution give us the control and security we need to comply with our customers' rigorous privacy and industry concerns. The data-in-motion encryption VNS3 3.0 ensures that we maintain highly segmented and secure overlay networks. Our platform solution would not be nearly as safe and flexible without Cohesive's VNS3 device," said Kevin Hurd, Director at Assimil8. "Assimil8 is proud to be a leader in IBM cloud-based solutions. Working with Cohesive's professional team makes it easy for us to provide innovative solutions that meet the growing needs of our customers."
With VNS3 3.0 enhancements organizations can now:
Launch eBGP and CloudWAN capable "Bring Your Own Networks" (BYON)
VNS3 3.0 is the only software defined networking (SDN) product that offers both a highly available BYO network and site-to-site IPsec connectivity. VNS3 combines with provider's VLAN isolation to allow the creation of a "security lattice" for enterprise cloud computing.
CohesiveFT formed in 2006, and by 2008 delivered the first iteration of VNS3. The still revolutionary elements of VNS3 allow it to function as a router, switch, firewall, SSL and IPsec concentrator and protocol re-distributor. The capabilities make VNS3 a hybrid virtual device customers can configure in a mesh to create truly flexible software defined networks delivering control in the cloud.
Availability and pricing:
VNS3 3.0 is available immediately. For more information, visit www.cohesiveft.com/products/vns3
CohesiveFT is the leader in enterprise application-to-cloud migration and provides more application-controlled software defined networking than all competitors combined. The CFT team has decades of enterprise management experience and has built an enterprise solution-oriented organization that solves the needs of the cloud customer, from virtual server assembly time through virtual topology boot time, all contained within a secure, application network where the enterprise customer controls addressing, protocol, topology and security of their communications in, between, and to the clouds.
CohesiveFT's Cloud Container provides everything necessary to achieve "cloud convergence" across a computing portfolio comprised of numerous software components, operating systems, and cloud and virtual platform choices. Secure Cloud Containers can be constructed with many different combinations of CohesiveFT's products (Server3, VNS3 and Context3), along with those of our Cloud Container Technology Partners, as well as other customer-defined needs. For more on CohesiveFT, visit www.cohesiveft.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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