VMware Enhances Its Partner NetworkBy Gina Roos | Print
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
NEWS BRIEFS: This week's coverage includes VMware and EMC's partner program plans, CloudMSP's distribution deal with Zynstra, Infinio's partner program and more.
Aria Systems Earns HIPAA Certification
Aria Systems, a provider of an end-to-end active monetization platform for optimizing recurring revenue businesses, has been awarded Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) certification after a six-month third-party audit process. The company said it exceeded the levels of administrative, physical and technical safeguards needed to ensure patient privacy and security.
Aria also has TRUSTe and PCI DSS v.3 certifications. The latest version of the Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standard provides a framework for a credit card data security process, including the prevention, detection and response to security incidents.
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Datapipe Partners With Amazon Web Services
Datapipe, a global provider of managed hybrid IT solutions for the enterprise, is collaborating with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop tools and resources to help global customers move workloads from their data centers to the AWS Cloud. Datapipe, an AWS Premier Consulting Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN), will develop and leverage a suite of services, tools and resources to help enterprise customers run in their new environments faster, and with less overhead and more predictability. These services will be available through a new Global Cloud Center of Excellence run by dedicated hybrid IT and cloud experts from Datapipe and with technical collaboration with AWS.
Cloudnexa, Quick Left Collaborate on AWS Applications
Cloudnexa, a cloud managed services provider, and Quick Left, a provider of software development services and tools, forged a partnership to help customers modernize applications for deployment on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Cloudnexa, a Premier Consulting Partner and authorized reseller of AWS, helps clients who are struggling to deploy and manage AWS services on their own.
The partnership with Quick Left allows Cloudnexa's self-service or managed service customers to easily access the resources they need to modernize their applications for deployment in the cloud, the companies said. Customers also have access to a solutions team that includes architects, consultants and operations experts with experience designing, building and monitoring AWS-based applications as well as cloud management from Cloudnexa's vNOC platform.