Zentera’s CoIP (Cloud over IP) enables enterprises to connect and secure endpoints across multicloud environments. Endpoints can be VMs, servers, containers and IoT devices. CoIP also offers defense-in-depth for hybrid cloud / multicloud, cloud only, and on-premise deployments.
The CoIP platform shields production workloads and cloud endpoints through enclaves and provides defense-in-depth in multicloud deployments with adaptive learning, network encryption, micro-segmentation and application interlock. CoIP is cloud and transport agnostic, and can be deployed rapidly without interfering with existing infrastructure or security measures.
The solution consists of a CoIP Controller running in a dedicated VM/server and agents running on endpoints.
You can find the CoIP solution in the Oracle Marketplace.
The Oracle Cloud Marketplace is a one-stop shop for Oracle customers seeking trusted business applications and service providers offering unique business solutions, including ones that extend Oracle Cloud Applications. Oracle Cloud is the industry’s broadest and most complete public cloud, delivering enterprise-grade services at every level of the cloud technology stack including software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and data as a service (DaaS).
Zentera secures application workloads in hybrid environments with a type of software-defined perimeter called an enclave. The CoIP Enclave™ solution provides security and connectivity. It works with any infrastructure in any environment, does not interfere with existing environments or security, and can be up and running in less than a day. CoIP Enclave provides comprehensive network security for enterprise applications in the cloud, moving to the cloud or on-premise, and is deployed for worldwide operations by global corporations. The company has received numerous honors, including consecutive Red Herring Top 100 Awards, and is based in Silicon Valley.
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