This is a discussion on SN#11791 Caveo Builds AccessAnywhere Appliance on Sun SSL VPN Technology - SUN ; SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS Vol 70 Issue 2 2003-12-08 Article 11791 from section "News" Solution Delivers Secure, End-to-end Access to Legacy Applications The Caveo Technology Group, a provider of integrated security solutions, has developed the first fully integrated, end-to-end ...
SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 70 Issue 2 2003-12-08 Article 11791 from section "News"
Solution Delivers Secure, End-to-end Access to Legacy Applications
The Caveo Technology Group, a provider of integrated security solutions,
has developed the first fully integrated, end-to-end AccessAnywhere
security appliance for simplifying and securing remote access to any
Web, client/server and non Web-enabled legacy application from a
standard Web browser.
This solution exploits Sun's SSL VPN technologies that enable remote
access to back-end legacy applications without integrating immature
technologies, or requiring either software rewrites or expensive and
lengthy Web application development and integration.
The AccessAnywhere appliance integrates a number of technologies and
- Patented "VPN-on-demand" SSL VPN technology from the Sun Java[TM]
System Portal Server (formerly Sun[TM] ONE Portal Server, Secure
- Thin-client software from Tarantella Inc.
- Two-factor authentication services from RSA Security Inc.
These best-of-breed software products are all integrated on top of the
Solaris OS and based on the Sun Fire[TM] V210 server platform. The Java
System Portal Server is a key component of the Java Enterprise System, a
complete standards-based platform to deliver secure network services.
An integrated, remotely-monitored firewall secures the solution, giving
it tremendous advantage over Web-only SSL technology and replacing IPSec
VPNs for access to any Windows, UNIX[R] system, Linux, IBM AS/400 or
Details at http://sun.systemnews.com/70/2/news/index.shtml#11791
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