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Westcon-Comstor targets AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud with SaaS play

Westcon-Comstor targets AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud with SaaS play

Distributor deepens public cloud offerings with security analytics and compliance service

Westcon-Comstor has bolstered its capabilities across public cloud, targeting Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud environments through a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform launch.

Reseller News can reveal that the distributor is expanding its cloud strategy across Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) through the release of its BlueSky Security Analytics & Compliance Service, in partnership with Dome9.

As part of the BlueSky Cloud & Service Management Platform, the offering is designed to enable cloud partners to deliver the latest cloud security and compliance to customers.

Specifically, the SaaS platform - powered by Dome9 and delivered under the BlueSky brand - will provide visibility and automation to secure AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud environments, alongside visualising security posture and identifying and mitigating risks.

“As a value add distributor, Westcon-Comstor is committed to providing its customers with a portfolio of cloud services that allow help them strengthen their cloud portfolio and offer a better experience for their end-customers,” Westcon-Comstor vice president of cloud and services practice APAC Darryl Grauman told Reseller News.

“The rapid growth in public cloud adoption has facilitated a need for enterprise-class security solutions. The breadth of capabilities and the powerful automation in the Dome9 solution address a key operational challenge for enterprises.”

According to Grauman, the service equips partners with an enterprise-grade solution capable of ensuring cloud environments are both secure and compliant.

“The service is the only cloud orchestration solution that offers a full range of features and capabilities, from powerful security visualisation and orchestration, to active enforcement and protection,” Grauman added. “The service can be deployed in a matter of minutes and requires no agents to be deployed.”

In partnering with Westcon-Comstor, Dome9 delivers cloud infrastructure security and compliance to businesses across the public cloud.

The Dome9 Arc SaaS platform leverages cloud-native security capabilities and cloud-agnostic policy automation to provide network security, protection and compliance to public cloud environments.

“Our partnership with Dome9 allows us to enhance our cloud offering with a Westcon-Comstor branded verifiable security and compliance cloud giving our customers a way to fully address operational issues for their end-customers,” Grauman added.


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