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Barracuda security solutions receive VMware Ready seal of approval

Barracuda security solutions receive VMware Ready seal of approval

“Securing business data moving through the data centre both on-premises and in the cloud can be complex and reveal no shortage of security challenges."

Barracuda Networks has announced that Barracuda NG Firewall, Barracuda Message Archiver, Barracuda Spam Firewall and Barracuda Web Application Firewall have achieved VMware Ready - vCloud Air status.

According to the cloud security and storage provider, this designation indicates that the products have undergone technical validation within the vCloud Air environment, and are supported on VMware vCloud Air.

“We are pleased that Barracuda has joined the vCloud Air ISV Program and has achieved VMware Ready - vCloud Air certification," says Howard Hall, senior director, Alliances, VMware.

"Barracuda NG Firewall, Barracuda Message Archiver, Barracuda Spam Firewall and Barracuda Web Application Firewall qualify for the VMware Ready - vCloud Air logo, signifying to customers that they work seamlessly within VMware vCloud Air, and can be deployed in production with confidence."

Additionally Barracuda is a member of the Access tier of the vCloud Air ISV program and is listed on the VMware Solution Exchange.

“Securing business data moving through the data centre both on-premises and in the cloud can be complex and reveal no shortage of security challenges,” says Nicole Napiltonia, VP of Alliances, Barracuda.

“We’re extremely pleased to see Barracuda’s security and storage solutions have achieved VMware Ready status for businesses using vCloud Air to benefit our mutual customers and further Barracuda’s goal of providing total threat protection to our customers."


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