|By Marketwired .||
|July 16, 2014 03:01 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- CohesiveFT, the cloud native networking company, today announced annual pricing for VNS3 Lite Edition inside the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. Enterprise customers can now build distributed, scalable, highly available networks across public, private and hybrid clouds with VNS3 in AWS on an hourly, monthly, or annual subscription basis.
Complementing existing Bring Your Own License (BYOL) versions of VNS3, the new, on-demand, pay-as-you-go model for VNS3 Lite Edition in AWS lets customers scale quickly to meet their needs, while still offering predictable cost models. The AWS Marketplace annual subscription options for VNS3 potentially allow CAPEX savings of up to 40 percent when compared to hourly pricing over the same 12 month period.
"Our customers have been asking about annual pricing options for our AWS Marketplace listings and we're glad AWS released that functionality," said Ryan Koop, CohesiveFT Director of Products and Marketing. "Our goal is to provide the most flexible networking solution on the market and our pricing options in AWS Marketplace now reflect that commitment to accommodating customers' needs."
CohesiveFT is a member of the Amazon Partner Network (APN) and the VNS3 product has been helping customers secure and connect their AWS cloud deployments since 2008. CohesiveFT will be participating in the AWS re:Invent conference this fall in Las Vegas, where the company will sponsor and exhibit from November 11 - 14.
VNS3 3.5 is available in the Amazon Marketplace and is currently featured in the Network Infrastructure free trial for the month of July. For more on the Lite Edition promotion, click here.
VNS3 Lite Edition Capabilities
VNS3 is an overlay networking device that allows users to control addressing, topology, protocols and encrypted communications for business applications in any cloud environment. Enterprise users can run applications and manage cloud-based servers as if they are running in an on-premise data center.
VNS3 helps enterprises extend corporate and data center networks to public, private and hybrid clouds. VNS3 customers have successfully co-created nearly 5,000 secure and interoperable solutions that work in and across clouds. CohesiveFT and VNS3 help over 500 enterprise customers become cloud-powered businesses.
The Lite Edition offers BYOL licensing. AWS customers can use VNS3 Managers to build networks with 2 IPsec endpoints, 4 encrypted tunnels, and 1 central Manager to control the network from either command line or web-UI.
VNS3 is also available in the following public clouds: Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services EC2, Amazon Web Services VPC, Google Compute Engine (GCE), HP Cloud Services (HPCS), IBM SoftLayer, Terremark vCloud Express, ElasticHosts, CloudSigma, Flexiant, Rackspace, InterRoute, and Abiquo. VNS3 in available in the following private clouds: Openstack, Flexiant, Eucalyptus, Abiquo, and virtual Infrastructure environments VMware (all formats), Citrix, Xen, and KVM. Contact CohesiveFT for access.
CohesiveFT is the cloud native networking company. We have been helping enterprise organizations run production systems in the cloud since 2008. With VNS3, our network routing and security solution, customers can deploy and extend networks to public, private, and hybrid clouds. VNS3 delivers Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) anywhere customers do not control and manage their own hardware.
In the last year alone, CohesiveFT and VNS3 won the 2014 EuroCloud Awards for Best Offering IaaS/PaaS, the 2014 Cloud World Series Best Security Solution Award, 2014 DCS Awards for Datacentre ICT Networking Product of the Year, the 7th Global Security Challenge Summit pitch competition, were named Runners Up in the Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Awards, won the 2013 International Datacenter & Cloud Awards, were named runners up in the 2013 Data Centre Solutions (DCS) Awards, and listed in the 2013 Top 100 Cloud Service Providers from Talkin' Cloud.
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