Vyatta Network OS 6.3 Extends Virtual Security To Red Hat KVM, Amazon Web Services

Vyatta, which offers software-based networking for physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures, has announced the availability of Vyatta Network OS 6.3.

This release advances Vyatta’s routing, network security and content inspection and expands usage with custom packages for Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud and Red Hat Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisors.

Vyatta Network OS 6.3 enables enterprises, federal organizations and cloud providers to build and secure complex virtual and physical networks without the need for proprietary hardware.

The latest release of Vyatta’s on-demand networking software provides IaaS, PaaS and SaaS networks a way to maintain compliance within KVM-based environments and the Amazon public cloud. Coupled with VMWare ESX and Citrix XenServer support, Vyatta Network OS now delivers a fully optimized enterprise-class networking solution on all of the leading hypervisor offerings available in today’s market.

General availability of the Red Hat KVM and Amazon AWS support is scheduled for September 15, 2011.

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