The CoIP™ (Cloud over IP) platform offers numerous advanced security capabilities through a software defined Enclave. These are separate and independent security features that can be deployed as standalone or together to protect application workloads in any cloud.
The CoIP platform provides a layered approach to security that is designed to ensure defense-in-depth. CoIP operates at L5 (the session layer in the ISO network model), so it uses but does not interfere with the existing network and security infrastructure.
Digital disruption is dramatically affecting the world, and the world’s businesses, in deep, widespread and longlasting ways. This digital transformation is propelled by advances in digital technologies such as mobile, cloud, big data, artificial intelligence and IoT. The telecommunications industry (telecom) is a key component here, as it provides the access and the pipes (or highways) for the digital data and traffic behind the explosive growth of digital services and products. Business telecom customers are offering these digital services on a global scale, and therefore are highly dependent on telecom platform capabilities including public cloud, communication, hosting, security, and specialized services.
The cloud is quickly becoming a critical part of enterprise computing. Enterprises are looking for a unified network fabric to support application portability. However, they are not in control of the infrastructure within their “cloud islands”. They are looking for a solution which allows them to transport applications from their datacenters into the cloud. CoIP (Cloud over IP) is the next generation hybrid cloud network and security.