SingleHop Signs AlertLogic, Radware for New Partner Program

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Managed hosting and on-demand infrastructure provider SingleHop has introduced its Enterprise On Demand Technology Partner Program, a curated ecosystem of enterprise-class technologies that are fully integrated into SingleHop’s offerings.

SingleHop’s inaugural partners are AlertLogic and Radware, two companies with expertise in the security space. Solutions from these vendors are available to SingleHop customers immediately.

Alert Logic, which provides security-as-a-service solutions for the cloud, offers a platform of fully managed products and services to keep business’ data and infrastructure safe and compliant.

“While cloud platforms tend to be inherently secure, applications built on top of cloud platforms are not protected by the same security posture and must be secured separately, with tools developed specifically for cloud applications,” said Kyle Smith, senior director of product marketing at AlertLogic.  “Alert Logic solutions are built specifically for cloud applications and protect more than 2,700 customers with a unique combination of market-leading security technologies and human expertise to identify and escalate threats. Partnering with SingleHop will enable us to extend our protection to a broader set of customers, including companies that haven’t traditionally been able to afford the same protection as large enterprises.” 

Radware brings to the table DefensePro, an element of its Attack Mitigation System, which is comprised of a suite of security technologies and services designed to detect and mitigate cyber-attacks.

SingleHop’s security solutions can be deployed on any of its enterprise infrastructure products, including virtual servers, dedicated servers, and dedicated private clouds.  

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