5nine Software Joins the Microsoft Center Alliances Program to Provide CyberSecurity

By CIOReview | Monday, August 31, 2015

CHICAGO, IL: 5nine Software, a provider of Hyper V virtualization security and management solutions, becomes the official security vendor for the Microsoft Technology Center Alliance Program. The Microsoft Technology Center Alliances Program consists of suppliers of software, hardware, and services who provide their resources to MTCs around the world.

Microsoft Technology Centers (MTCs) provide Microsoft users access to innovative technologies and expertise to envision, design and deploy solutions to meet their requirements. MTCs and partners provide customers with the latest ongoing technologies and value added products.

5nine provides security products to Microsoft since 2009. Some of the products include 5nine Cloud Security, an agentless solution exclusively built for the Microsoft Cloud Platform and Windows Server 2012 R2, 2012, and 2008 R2 Hyper-V. 5nine Cloud Security consists of Extension for Windows Azure Packthat allows users to protect their Windows and Linux virtual machines (VM) and System Center Virtual Machine Manager Pluginprovides centralized protection of virtualized infrastructure and Windows and Linux VMs.Some of the other products served by 5nine Software are Virtual to Virtual (V2V) Easy Converter that performs conversion of VMware VMs to Microsoft Hyper VMs.

"As an MTC Alliance Member, 5nine Software will help Microsoft customers protect themselves against a range of security vulnerabilities that they never realized they were exposed to. We are committed to supporting the program globally, and have already started deployments in seven locations across the Americas, Europe, and Asia," says Symon Perriman, VP of Business Development, 5nine Software.