SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today ScaleFT is now generally available to further the ability to eliminate vulnerabilities relating to credential theft in the cloud. Already used by Rackspace to support thousands of instances on AWS, ScaleFT is helping secure enterprise clouds with sensitive data requirements. As we head into CoreOS Fest next week, ScaleFT is also announcing integration and support of CoreOS Linux, helping enterprises receive the utmost security when implementing cloud-native technologies such as CoreOS Linux.
“Just short of a year after our launch we are celebrating the general availability of ScaleFT,” said Jason Luce, CEO of ScaleFT. “With this announcement we are bringing the industry a step closer in securing their cloud and cloud-native infrastructure, a must as enterprises go all-in on cloud infrastructure. In addition we are adding CoreOS support to help our enterprise customers adopting containers with CoreOS PCI and HIPAA compliance.”
The general availability release of ScaleFT provides unified access control capabilities to serve more of our customers’ infrastructure security needs. ScaleFT customers benefit from Windows RDP support, Okta & SAML integration, enhanced Google Cloud support, and improved integration with DevOps tools, as well as rapid mitigation of vulnerabilities such as OpenSSH “UseRoaming” CVE-2016-0777. ScaleFT offers a free plan and paid tiered plans based on features, usage, and support SLAs. To learn more visit https://www.scaleft.com/pricing
“Jungle Disk is trusted by thousands of legal practices, medical groups, financial firms, and other businesses with sensitive data requirements. We use ScaleFT’s authentication solution to access servers because it reduces vulnerabilities around credential theft, and because it integrates easily and works with Ansible,” said Bret Piatt, Jungle Disk’s CEO.
ScaleFT is also pleased to announce native CoreOS integration and support. Integrating ScaleFT with CoreOS Linux enables deployments with added security for the enterprise.
The ScaleFT CoreOS integration provides enterprises with enhanced authentication, identity integration and access controls. ScaleFT can also provide CoreOS users with unique user identification and audits, as commonly required by PCI DSS and HIPAA.
“In a cloud-native world, infrastructure requires authentication that is not only secure but also automatic and painless,” said Alex Polvi, CEO of CoreOS. “ScaleFT is addressing this need for secure infrastructure access head on. With ScaleFT’s integration and support of CoreOS Linux, our users are able to take advantage of added security through authentication controls to easily run their containers at scale in distributed environments.”
ScaleFT secures cloud infrastructure with solutions that are intelligent, cloud-native, risk-based and context-sensitive. ScaleFT changes how authentication is done for common Linux and Windows servers. Instead of static passwords or SSH keys, dynamic credentials are distributed on-demand to users, providing a full audit log of access and the ability to dynamically assess risk. ScaleFT’s credentials can be cryptographically verified on endpoints, independent of the issuing platform. This unique approach is especially valuable in cloud architectures, which are often isolated from enterprise IT identity solutions. Learn more at http://scaleft.com/ or follow us on Twitter @ScaleFT.