Houston, United States – Hewlett Packard Company has announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire shaft safety, a cloud security provider. This acquisition will enable HPE to extend its security capabilities from the edge to the cloud by offering a unified secure access services at the edge (SASE) solution to meet the growing demand for integrated networking and security solutions delivered as a service.
Axis Security’s Security Services Edge (SSE) platform addresses the need to improve application performance and increase network security as the number of remote users increases and enterprises continue to migrate applications to the cloud.
Axis Security’s SSE offerings enable access to corporate and public cloud resources, and the company’s cloud-based platform will be based on aruban existing offering of software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and network firewall. This combination will provide a complete edge-to-cloud SASE solution, ensuring Zero Trust security controls can be applied to people and devices no matter where they connect: on campus, branch, home, or on the go.
“As we transition from a post-pandemic world and a hybrid work environment has become the new normal, a new approach to edge security is needed to protect critical SaaS applications,” he says. Phil Mottram, executive vice president and general manager of HPE. Aruba Networks. “The convergence of Aruba and Axis Security solutions will transform edge-to-cloud connectivity with a comprehensive SASE solution that provides enterprises with the highest levels of security for both IoT devices and access for all users across locations. geographically distributed. Today, we are also accelerating our vision to help our customers expand their secure connectivity needs with SASE and private 5G solutions, building on our recently announced agreement to acquire private cellular technology provider, Athonet.”
Headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, Axis Security provides a cloud-native SSE platform, atmospherethat provides authenticated user access to private applications at the network perimeter, a Secure Web Gateway (SWG) to protect user access to the Internet, and a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) that provides access online security to SaaS applications, and digital experience monitoring (DEM) to provide insights into the user experience.
“We developed Axis Security to enable a world where connectivity to all business resources, from anywhere, can always be simple, secure and reliable,” says Dor Knafo, CEO of Axis Security. “Our SSE platform is a natural complement to Aruba’s SD-WAN, network firewall and dynamic segmentation offerings. Together, we created a unified SASE platform, designed to extend connectivity to the edge, and to do so through a combination of modern access services, all working together in harmony.”
HPE enhances SASE offering with cloud security through integrated Axis Security platform
HPE will integrate Axis Security technology with its existing Aruba secure network offerings to complete its SASE offering, which delivers WAN and cloud security controls directly to the application at the network edge, rather than routing data through from the data center. This helps customers by flexibly delivering all of a provider’s network components as a service with one point of control, rather than purchasing, maintaining, and licensing separate components individually.
In addition, HPE GreenLake’s edge-to-cloud platform will integrate Axis Security’s cloud-native SSE platform, offering customers a single monthly subscription with no capex. Customers can deploy these flexible solutions as a service with reduced risk and little upfront investment, and scale on demand.
HPE portfolio integration and availability
The transaction is expected to close by the end of the second quarter of HPE’s fiscal year 2023, subject to customary closing conditions. HPE will integrate Axis Security solutions with its edge-to-cloud security solutions and plans to make them available to customers in the third quarter of HPE fiscal year 2023.
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