Cloud security company Aqua Security has launched a “private offer capability” through Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Aqua Security
, which has headquarters in Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv, Israel and a presence in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, was established in 2015. The company specializes in offering “scalable security for the complete development-to-deployment lifecycle of containerized applications”. Its areas of focus include cloud and virtualization services alongside cyber security, docker, and container security. The company’s private offer capability allows potential customers to license and procure its software through Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
Aqua Security’s ‘Aqua Cloud Native Security Platform’ (CSP) supports Microsoft cloud native technologies including “Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), Azure Container Instances (ACI) and the Azure Functions serverless compute service”. Integration with Azure provides access to Azure DevOps development tools, Azure Container Registry (ACR) and Azure Vault. The company’s move allows customers to use Azure’s current purchasing methods which provide a range acquisition models, allowing customers to purchase licenses that best meet their requirements through Azure. Aqua Security’s software can be installed on Azure post acquisition.
“The availability of Aqua’s enterprise class security solution through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace simplifies the process of building out a secure infrastructure for cloud applications,” explained Microsoft’s GM, Cloud and AI for Corporations, Jeana Jorgenson. “Customers deploying containers on Azure can utilize the Private Offer process to quickly get a quotation and complete their purchasing cycle.”Do you know of any other companies moving to Microsoft Azure Marketplace? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.