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Kaspersky gets certified by Dell EMC for FluidFS v6 storage

By Digital Edge Bureau, 26.03.2017, 14:17
 
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Kaspersky Security for Storage software gets certification by Dell EMC around its FluidFS v6 storage offerings

In a new development, an enduring technology partnership between Kaspersky Lab and Dell EMC gets further cemented as the great Russian security software company has completed certification of Kaspersky Security for Storage with Dell EMC FluidFS v6. By certifying its security solution with the latest version of FluidFS, Kaspersky Lab delivers unified high-performance protection of data storage for corporate customers using multiple Dell EMC platforms, such as Dell EMC FluidFS v5 and FluidFS v6.
As a certified Dell EMC technology partner, Kaspersky Lab can now deliver a combined solution that can be rapidly adopted by corporations as a way of upgrading their complex storage infrastructure. Building on existing support for FluidFS v5, Kaspersky Security for Storage provides corporate customers with a smooth transition to the latest enterprise-class virtualized storage by Dell EMC on FluidFS v6, without compromising the security of data.
Kaspersky Security for Storage delivers protection for storage from disk to flash to cloud without affecting performance or data management. The key security benefits for FluidFS v6 now include real-time anti-malware protection, cloud-assisted security via Kaspersky Security Network, scalability and fault tolerance. Centralized management via Kaspersky Security Center, flexible scan configuration, optimization and adaptable utilization of system resources ensure seamless integration with the storage solution.
Veniamin Levtsov, Vice President, Enterprise Business at Kaspersky Lab, said, “As a technology partner of Dell EMC, Kaspersky Lab enables efficient, high-performance protection for enterprise-class storage solutions. Certifying Kaspersky Security for Storage with the newest Dell EMC file system is another step toward providing our corporate customers with the agility and scalability for their long-term storage infrastructure development strategies.”

 

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