Trend Micro Incorporated announced yesterday that it is now part of the VCE independent software vendors (ISV) program. Trend Micro Deep Security has been certified on the VCETM VblockTM infrastructure platform and is the industry’s first agentless security platform that unlocks virtual machine performance.
This certification enables workloads to be deployed effectively with VCE’s optimized cloud infrastructure, while meeting compliance and governance requirements. VDI is at the forefront of increasing availability and scalability while maintaining security of enterprise data.
“As customers move more mission critical workloads to virtualized and cloud infrastructures, security is a major requirement,” said D. Martin, vice president, global channels, VCE. “We’re providing our mutual customers and channel partners with the ability to leverage their Trend Micro and VCE investments and expertise to deploy a comprehensive converged infrastructure that meets their most demanding compliance and security requirements.”
VCE Vblock Infrastructure Platforms combine industry-leading technologies from Cisco, EMC, and VMware to deliver a pre-configured, rapidly deployable, converged infrastructure for cloud computing. This certification provides Trend Micro customers with effective security solutions certified to work with the Vblock Infrastructure Platform.
“Our official certification of Deep Security is an extension of the foundation we’ve already established with Vblock channel members and we’re pleased to continue our collaboration with VCE, a true leader in converged infrastructure solutions,” stated Partha Panda, vice president of business development, Trend Micro. “With this certification, Trend Micro will leverage its extensive partner ecosystem, offering our valued resellers a server and virtualization security product that’s ready for Vblock platform, and giving them the tools and resources they need to help them grow a profitable and sustainable business around this new solution.”