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NetFoundry Launches On Microsoft Azure Stack Marketplace

New arrival. NetFoundry has just confirmed the release the NetFoundry Gateway for Microsoft Azure Stack, and the solution will be available via Microsoft Azure Stack Marketplace.

The prebuilt NetFoundry gateway streamlines the spinning up a connection to Azure Stack — making the process simple, secure and cost-effective. Users can be up and running with Azure Stack in minutes, and the solution allows for networking ubiquity across the Azure ecosystem.

To go with simplified multi-cloud connectivity.

This release follows the launch of NetFoundry AppWANs earlier this year.

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Galeal Zino, CEO NetFoundry, talked about this, saying:

“Businesses need to be able to agilely and securely run their apps across different Azure environments. Now that Microsoft has tested and approved NetFoundry for their Azure Stack Marketplace, businesses can leverage a single NetFoundry solution across Azure Cloud, Azure Virtual WAN and Azure Stack. Since the NetFoundry solution doesn’t depend on any specific network provider or hardware, businesses get software-defined, Zero Trust application connectivity from anywhere across Azure Stack, Azure Cloud and Azure Virtual WAN.”

Along with Azure, Azure Stack, Azure IoT and Azure Virtual WAN integrations, NetFoundry enables businesses to effectively manage workloads across Azure, without requiring bespoke solutions for each.

Using NetFoundry solutions forgoes the need for hardware or complex routing and configuration historically associated with traditional connectivity solutions.

Once administrators spin up gateways, they can create application specific networks called AppWANs, connecting apps to any number of devices in real-time, overlaid atop the public Internet. They can also manage everything through a centralized management console.

Check out the flexibility and agility that the NetFoundry platform brings to networking here.

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