Sunnyvale, CA, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Bloombase, the Next Generation Data Security company from endpoints through datacenter and to the cloud, today announced enhanced interoperability between Bloombase StoreSafe and EMC® VNX® unified storage platform, Atmos® cloud storage platform, and NetWorker® backup and recovery software, as part of their participation in EMC’s Technology Partner Program.
Bloombase StoreSafe data at-rest encryption is interoperable with EMC VNX unified storage systems over industry standard protocols CIFS, NFS, iSCSI and FCP, enabling enterprise customers to lock down their operational databases, file services and various business application repositories by state-of-the-art strong encryption easily, and achieve data security regulatory compliance requirements immediately.
Beyond physical data center protection, the integration of Bloombase StoreSafe and EMC Atmos extends data privacy towards the cloud, allowing Atmos applications to secure business data transparently with zero change.
The Bloombase/NetWorker interoperability mean customers can easily deploy and scale secure backup and archival services to their existing NetWorker infrastructure with tape library or VTL.
With encryption as the last line of defense, Bloombase offers an easy and cost-effective solution for enterprise defense against at-rest data leakage. Bloombase stands out as an independent, security-proven, scalable and standard-based turnkey encryption solution for sensitive enterprise information: from primary operational data, backup archives, to the cloud in a heterogeneous enterprise storage environment. Bloombase StoreSafe empowers agentless, non-disruptive, transparent file-based, block-based and object-based real-time encryption protection of at-rest data without drastic infrastructure change, expense of performance, reliability and availability.
“What makes data at-rest protection challenging is the fact that business data nowadays is borderless, distributed and unstructured: not only at on-premises primary storage but also in off-site backup and disaster recovery facilities and even up on the cloud,” said Sean Xiang, CEO, Bloombase. “And yet organizational customers demand a single storage security solution which is agile, to embrace all storage standards, deliver high-speed encryption, simplify deployment and streamline data protection delivery. Bloombase fills the missing piece with a unique software implementation that fits seamlessly in any data-center environment, particularly for EMC customers, whose data is worth protecting. From the physical data center, Bloombase has taken a huge leap forward to include security for virtual server computing, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and various cloud applications. We empower customers to manage their virtual data centers with uncompromised privacy, integrity and trust.”
“EMC is pleased that Bloombase has joined the EMC Technology Partner Program,” said Parmeet Chaddha, Vice President Solutions, EMC Corporation. “As the enterprise infrastructure extends from endpoint to datacenter to Cloud, the security of at-rest data becomes complex and critical. We look forward to working with Bloombase to ensure that our mutual customers have the highest level of interoperability and support for their information infrastructure initiatives.”
For more information about Bloombase StoreSafe for EMC VNX, Atmos and NetWorker, please visithttps://gallery.emc.com/docs/DOC-2430
Bloombase will be showcasing their next generation storage encryption security solutions for EMC VNX unified storage and Atmos cloud storage on VMware-powered virtual data center environment at EMC Technology Partner (ETP) Partner Pavilion at EMC World 2013 in Las Vegas, NV.