Array Networks Introduce Virtual SSL VPN in AWS Marketplace
MILPITAS, CA: The global leader in application delivery networking, Array Networks Inc. launched a SSL VPN Secure Access Gateway (vxAG) in Amazon Web Services Marketplace (AWS Marketplace). The new Array virtual vxAG on AWS provides a control over access to applications, desktops, files, networks and Web sites from a broad range of remote and mobile devices. This is due to the growing interest of mobility, cloud services, networks and device security and modern enterprises expect for reliable remote and mobile access for better productivity in their business.
The Array vxAG SSL VPN runs natively on AWS and all the activation process and purchase of the vxAG must be processed in the AWS Marketplace. The user has to apply a license purchased from Array (BYOL) to enjoy the connection, end-point and server-side security for business-critical applications. This will provide a platform to help increase productivity for employees, partners, customers and other communities of interest.
Array’s vxAG is the cost-effective means of option for businesses that are setting up all or significant part of their application framework on AWS. At the same time, the ability to gain secure access to infrastructure resources for remote management is rising constantly. With Array’s vxAG, a person with AWS infrastructure business can access resources remotely without any danger of security breach.
“Businesses look to AWS to support their IT infrastructure requirements; however, moving resources out of the enterprise and onto the cloud creates the need for highly secure and highly robust secure remote and mobile access,” said Paul Andersen, Director of Marketing at Array Networks. “With the vxAG on AWS, we are meeting our customers’ evolving cloud requirements and broadening Array’s secure access portfolio while continuing to keep an emphasis on securing corporate data and limiting network exposure.”
Array offers its new vxAG users with flexible subscription licenses availability by monthly and yearly subscription licenses that are in parallel with the adaptability of AWS.
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