Las Vegas (HP Software Universe – June 18, 2008) – Layer 7 Technologies, a leading provider of security and governance appliances for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), today announced it has joined the HP Internet Software Vendor (ISV) Marketplace Referral Program to facilitate the companies’ collaboration in the field and accelerate the adoption of joint solutions.
“Layer 7 has a long-standing technology relationship with the Business Technology Optimization family of HP SOA Center products,” explains Dimitri Sirota, Vice President of Marketing and Alliances, Layer 7 Technologies. “With this new relationship, HP customers now have greater access to Layer 7 SOA Appliances for addressing run-time security and policy enforcement in their SOA.”
“Businesses are looking at SOA to increase the agility and lower costs of their technology infrastructure, as well as to speed up the time-to-market for their offerings,” said Tim Hall, Vice President of SOA Center at HP. “Layer 7 has demonstrated successful integration with HP in several joint customer implementations and its participation in the new HP Software ISV Marketplace Program will aid future integrations.”
For those attending the 2008 HP Software Universe in Las Vegas, Layer 7 will be showcasing demos of the SecureSpan Gateways with HP SOA Center at booth 357. More information on Layer 7 is also available at www.layer7tech.com.
About Layer 7 Technologies
Layer 7 Technologies markets a complete set of XML appliances and software with the objective of making web services available in an easy, secure and scalable manner. Web services are applications that add functionality via the Internet to other applications by using standard XML data formats such as SOAP, REST, AJAX and RSS. Modern SOA models and Internet-based application delivery models are entirely dependent on effectively dealing with issues such as performance, security, complexity, reliability and availability with shared web services that are shared with other applications. Layer 7 Technologies is fully focused on solutions in the area of "application-oriented security" and network infrastructures in order to provide service-oriented and web-oriented architectures (such as SOA and Web 2.0) which are required for "the next wave of Internet and software innovation." For more information go to www.layer7tech.com.