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5nine Software Announces Agentless Security Plug-in for Microsoft System Center 2012

August 15, 2013

5nine Software delivers agentless security for all versions of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V and Hyper-V Server, and today announced the availability of their agentless security plug-in for Microsoft System Center.

Beverly, MA (PRWEB) August 15, 2013

5nine Software delivers agentless/host-based security for all versions of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V and Hyper-V Server, and today announced the availability of their agentless security plug-in for Microsoft System Center.

5nine Security for Hyper-V delivers a multi-layered agentless security solution including anti-virus, virtual firewall and intrusion detection (IDS). Now this remarkable product is available with a plug-in to Microsoft System Center, which allows all features and functions of this security solution to be set up and managed through the System Center Virtual Machine Manager controls. This integration is seamless and builds on the architecture of System Center Virtual Machine Manager extensions.

"Our enterprise and hosting clients have enjoyed the formidable security and small resource consumption of our agentless security but have regularly requested we integrate with System Center to make administration and deployment more simple. We have listened to our clients and are proud to deliver the seamless integration to System Center Virtual Machine Manager controls," says Dr. Konstantin Malkov, CTO of 5nine Software.

"Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V and System Center 2012 SP1 delivered groundbreaking innovation in virtualization, and we’re pleased to see 5nine building on that strong foundation to give customers an agentless security plugin," said Brian Hillger, Director, Microsoft Marketing. "5nine has a long history of delivering add-on security solutions for Microsoft platforms, and this agentless security plug-in reflects 5nine’s commitment to helping customers add additional security capabilities for Windows Server Hyper-V."

The 5nine Security for Hyper-V System Center Virtual Machine Manager plug-in runs on Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 Hyper-V, Windows 8 and 8.1, as well as Hyper-V Server 2012 and 2012 R2.

A complete overview of the 5nine Security for Hyper-V System Center plug-in is available here: http://www.5nine.com/system-center-5nine-security-manager-extensions-plugins.aspx.

The 5nine Software product line is available through Annual Subscription License directly through the 5nine sales offices sales(at)5nine(dot)com or through a comprehensive partner network throughout the globe.

All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

If you have any questions, please contact 5nine Software Information at info(at)5nine(dot)com or via phone +44 (20) 7048-2021 from 7am to 5pm GMT.

About 5nine Software

5nine Software is a vendor of management and security applications for Windows Server and Microsoft Hyper-V. It focuses on providing SMBs, large enterprises and hosting providers with premier Hyper-V tools to configure, manage, monitor, and protect their Hyper-V environments. More than 20000 clients worldwide have already chosen 5nine Software tools for their Hyper-V virtualization infrastructure.

Since 2007 5nine Software has developed proprietary Hyper-V technologies including change block tracking and host-based management and security. 5nine Software applications provide GUI on Microsoft Hyper-V Server and Windows Server Core, the only available agentless Hyper-V VMs protection, Microsoft System Center firewall and antivirus security plugin. 5nine Software has helped to build the current version of vSwitch that allows filtering and controlling traffic without agents on guest VMs, thus contributing to make Microsoft Hyper-V competitive with rivals.

Contacts

5nine Software

Alexander Kariagin, Director of Sales & Marketing

+44 (20) 7048-2021

E-mail: ak(at)5nine(dot)com

http://www.5nine.com

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