Zettaset Releases XCrypt Service Encryption for Cloud Foundry

Zettaset, Encryption, Cloud Foundry

Data encryption solutions provider Zettaset has announced the launch of XCrypt Service Encryption for Cloud Foundry. Now, users of XCrypt Service Encryption for Cloud Foundry have access to Zettaset’s XCrypt Full Disk, a high-performance all-software encryption package. It also delivers BOSH release license to automate policy management of control access to business-critical encryption keys.

The continuous growth of cloud services, and the increasingly more sophisticated data breaches, is challenging the organizations to focus on the data that needs to be protected. In the current IT environments, in order to achieve optimum performance and scalability in flexible cloud conditions, Zettaset has forged a software-defined approach to data encryption.

“Old, centralized models of encryption are high powered, produce too much latency, and can’t scale. Zettaset has set out to address the market demand by patenting new point-and-click encryption technology encompassing software-based administration, management, and licensing to maximize the innovation potential of distributed environments,” said Jim Vogt, CEO, Zettaset.

“The advent of transformative technologies like distributed cloud environments and DevOps has brought with it expanding security challenges for enterprises, said Mike Leone, senior analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group. “Organizations need every tool in their arsenal – especially one as critical as encryption – to fully-integrate with a cloud-operating model consisting of scalability, transparency, and intelligent automation. A software-defined approach makes this a reality,” he added.

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