Tuesday, August 10, 2010

BeyondTrust Partners with Red Hat for Secure Mission-Critical Linux

BeyondTrust Software announced a formal partnership with Red Hat. BeyondTrust will join Red Hat’s ISV Partner Program and create joint solutions aimed at offering Red Hat users a tightly aligned package of the Privileged Identity Management (PIM) tools needed for mission-critical servers. The combination of BeyondTrust and Red Hat solutions is designed to enhance efficiency in managing hypervisors and guest deployments, improve compliance and reporting on industry-specific requirements, and provide greater security of mission-critical systems, data and applications. Additionally, BeyondTrust’s inclusion in the Red Hat ISV ecosystem helps remove key obstacles for Red Hat customers and channel partners looking to adopt virtual and cloud infrastructure for mission-critical data and applications. The certification of PowerBroker with Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers customers the ability to configure and enforce granular policies related to delegated systems privileges, to monitor and record privileged system activity down to the keystroke, and to report on privileged entitlements.“Through our work with Red Hat and the Red Hat Ready program, we’re offering expanded cost reduction, security and sustainability for Red Hat Enterprise Linux users in combination with our solutions,” said John Mutch, CEO of BeyondTrust. “We’re excited to support Red Hat’s upcoming Enterprise Linux 6 release, which is expected to introduce even more advanced features to bring Red Hat onto an enterprise’s most important servers in the data center that run critical applications.”

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