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CloudPassage Partners With IBM to Bring CloudPassage Halo to the IBM Cloud Marketplace

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- CloudPassage, the leading provider of Software Defined Security (SDSec), today announced a partnership with IBM that brings the power of CloudPassage Halo® to the IBM Cloud marketplace. As part of the partnership, IBM customers can now secure their SoftLayer cloud workloads and ensure compliance with CloudPassage Halo.

By automating security and compliance for any large-scale, distributed cloud environment, CloudPassage enables companies to realize the value of cloud computing. CloudPassage Halo is the only security automation platform purpose-built for dynamic public, private and hybrid cloud environments. CloudPassage currently protects more than 400 production cloud application deployments, including a number of Fortune 1000 enterprises, and automates security for more than 10,000 new cloud workload instances each month.

The IBM Cloud marketplace offers customers access to more than 100 SaaS applications, IBM's Bluemix platform-as-a-service with its suite of composable services, the powerful SoftLayer infrastructure-as-a-service and IBM's rich intellectual capital and deep industry expertise. This single online destination delivers a new buying experience for customers that enables line of business professionals to deploy new services faster; allows developers to build them with greater speed; and offers IT departments more creative, efficient and lower-cost ways to deliver these services.

"IBM has made significant commitments to enterprise cloud computing, and we're excited to join its ecosystem of select partners and providers," said Carson Sweet, CEO of CloudPassage. "Security and compliance remain top barriers to cloud adoption, and enterprises recognize the need for solutions purpose-built for cloud environments. This is what's driving demand for CloudPassage, and we're looking forward to delivering that value to users of IBM's fast-growing cloud services."
About CloudPassage

  • To learn more about leveraging CloudPassage Halo in the IBM Cloud marketplace and to get started, visit http://ibm.com/cloud.
  • Read more about the partnership on the CloudPassage blog.
  • To learn more about CloudPassage Halo and Software Defined Security, visit http://cloudpassage.com.
  • Follow @CloudPassage on Twitter to stay up-to-date on all of the company's latest news and product information.

About CloudPassage
CloudPassage is the leading Software Defined Security (SDSec) company addressing the number one inhibitor to cloud infrastructure adoption -- security. The patented CloudPassage Halo platform is the industry's only security and compliance SaaS solution purpose-built to handle the dynamic nature of software defined environments, public, private, hybrid cloud and traditional data centers. Halo operates seamlessly across these environments providing a range of automated security and compliance controls needed to enable innovation. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, CloudPassage is backed by Benchmark Capital, Meritech Capital Partners, Tenaya Capital, Shasta Ventures, Musea Ventures and other leading investors. Follow @CloudPassage on Twitter or visit our blog.

CloudPassage® and Halo® are registered trademarks of CloudPassage, Inc.

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