SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--RedSeal Networks, the leader in network infrastructure security management, today announced the addition of RedSeal Server Manager to its award-winning RedSeal Platform technology offering. The added functionality is designed to provide centralized management and monitoring for customers who deploy multiple RedSeal servers due to having multiple divisions, agencies or geographies with autonomous operations. In addition, based on customer demand, the company announced the availability of its RedSeal Platform technology as a virtual appliance, aptly named RedSeal Virtual Appliance.
“It adds to our RedSeal Platform options which already include a high-end, hardened appliance, as well as availability of Windows-based software option.”
The enterprise is fundamentally blind to gaps in security control infrastructure, especially when IT operations are distributed on a global scale. RedSeal Networks provides a network infrastructure security management system that allows organizations with separate or semi-autonomous networks to manage this data separation. The solution identifies critical security gaps in complex networks to prevent cyber-attacks and non-compliance.
The RedSeal Server Manager gives end users the ability to distribute operations across a complex organization while simultaneously providing centralized management and monitoring capabilities. The RedSeal Server Manager further facilitates complex operations with role-based access control (RBAC)—allowing customers to specify separation of duties and to manage access to varying levels of confidential information.
“Many of our enterprise-class customers such as U.S. Army and U.S. Postal Service have security operations across different agencies, different theatres or different countries, making it very challenging to efficiently manage all of their distributed networks from a central point of view,” said Robbie Forkish, EVP of Products, RedSeal Networks. “Instead of performing a single task at every location, customers can use the RedSeal Server Manager to oversee multiple RedSeal servers, distribute operations at scale, and achieve separation of data and duties by using one platform.”
RedSeal Networks also unveiled the RedSeal Networks Virtual Appliance, a RedSeal Platform form factor that can be deployed and managed in a standard virtualization environment. The Linux-based virtual appliance offering is ideal for virtual data center deployments and can be used in conjunction with the RedSeal Server Manager for staging, test system, or distributed operations.
“This latest offering supports our customers with disparate operating systems who wanted a non-Windows software-only solution that is easy to deploy,” said Forkish. “It adds to our RedSeal Platform options which already include a high-end, hardened appliance, as well as availability of Windows-based software option.”
RedSeal Server Manager is available now and is automatically bundled with new purchases of RedSeal Platform, as well as for existing customers who update their current versions.
RedSeal Virtual Appliance is now generally available. For further information, please contact a RedSeal Networks customer service representative or an authorized RedSeal Networks reseller.
About RedSeal Networks
RedSeal Networks, is the leading provider of network infrastructure security management solutions that continuously provide network visualization and identify critical attack risk and non-compliance in complex security infrastructure. It provides network, security, and risk management teams with a firm understanding of where security is working, where investment is needed, and where greatest cyber-attack risks lie. This understanding, or “security intelligence,” enables organizations to allocate resources where needed most, embed best practice into daily operations, and take prioritized action where needed. The world's largest government and commercial organizations use RedSeal security intelligence to build world-class operations that systematically reduce attack risk over time.
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