Scales traffic inspection for SCinet with virtualized next generation firewall
OTTAWA, ON (Canada) – November 12, 2019 – Corsa Security will showcase their turnkey network security virtualization platform on the SCinet network at SuperComputing 2019. SCinet supports demonstrations and other activities that exhibitors host in their booths during the conference. These connections will now be protected by the Corsa Red Armor platform, which streamlines deployment, management and operations of virtualized next generation firewall (NGFW) arrays for large networks. By tightly integrating virtualization with intelligent orchestration, Corsa enables SCinet to inspect 100% of traffic, including SSL/TLS encrypted, without degrading performance while never having to deal with the infrastructure.
“Each year Corsa welcomes the opportunity to showcase our security products among the HPC community,” explains Carolyn Raab, Chief Product Officer, Corsa Security. “At SC19, we look forward to demonstrating our turnkey virtualization approach for scaling virtual NGFW clusters. Our plaform enables virtualized firewall instances to run on our hyperconverged infrastructure that is optimized for security. Thanks to this solution, customers can protect their organization by scaling out their inspection capacity quickly and easily.”
SCinet supports the revolutionary applications and experiments that are a hallmark of the SC Conference and enables exhibitors to demonstrate the advanced computing capabilities of their solutions and services, whether in large-scale or one-on-one demonstrations. Hosted both in the SCinet NOC and the NSF funded Chameleon Cloud, the Corsa Red Armor platform is part of an advanced, multi-vendor security stack, including commercial honeypots, Zeek (formerly known as Bro), and advanced analytics all operating continuously to identify problematic traffic and block that traffic from entering or leaving SCinet. This gives SCinet real-time, automated control of filtering traffic and dramatically improves the integrity of SCinet with the fantastic economics that come with virtualization.