Barracuda Announced Free Public Cloud Network and Application Security Solutions

by May 26, 2017 0 comments

Barracuda Networks, a provider of cloud-enabled security and data protection solutions, announced it has expanded its Cloud Ready program to offer any organization a free 90-day cloud license for Barracuda Web Application Firewall and Barracuda NextGen Firewall on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure (Azure).



Barracuda’s Cloud Ready program helps IT buyers secure their new or existing workloads in both AWS and Azure at no charge for 90 days. Barracuda’s Cloud Ready Network and application security solutions can be natively deployed and fully integrated with AWS and Azure to amplify all the key benefits of the cloud through auto-scaling, templated configurations, bootstrapping, data-logging and more. Barracuda’s cloud-enabled security suite allows organizations to deploy their applications and workloads securely with the same powerful capabilities and intuitive user interfaces whether deployed on-premises or in the cloud. Barracuda offers a variety of flexible pricing options, including BYOL, PAYG and metered billing.


The cloud introduces new capabilities to scale network infrastructures and application workloads without the same cost and complexity of on-premises equipment. At the same time, migrating to the cloud can be a complicated process, and moving sensitive business applications to the cloud creates new security requirements. A recent Osterman Research study reported that most respondents cited security concerns as the most common barrier to cloud adoption, with primary concerns being data sovereignty and privacy (58 percent) and general risk control (54 percent). In addition, organizations often need to connect legacy on-premises infrastructure to their new cloud frameworks in a hybrid environment, which can create additional issues with management, access, and policy enforcement.




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