Enterprise Application Access

Enterprise Application Access is a unique cloud architecture that closes all inbound firewall ports, while ensuring that only authorized users and devices have access to the internal applications they need, and not the entire network. No one can access applications directly because they are hidden from the Internet and public exposure. Enterprise Application Access integrates data path protection, single sign-on, identity access, application security, and management visibility and control into a single service.

It can be deployed in minutes through a unified portal with a single point of control, in any network environment, and at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. The result is a secure-access delivery model that enables a zero CapEx, low OpEx model for critical workloads deployed in any environment.

Deliver Access to All Internal Apps

Provide seamless access for all enterprise applications regardless of origin delivered by vendors such as Atlassian, Microsoft, SAP and Oracle through a single-sign on portal, or integrate with your existing SSO solution, like Okta.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA/2FA)

Enable an additional level of security further by authenticating users using MFA across email, SMS or TOTP, or integrate with your existing 2FA provider, like Duo Security.

Strong encryption

All access is encrypted using AES256 encryption over TLS-1.2, ensuring that no confidential data is exposed to prying eyes on the network.

Simple User Management Portal

Easily enable access to all applications–whether deployed in private clouds, e.g. VMware or OpenStack, public clouds, e.g. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute or IBM Softlayer, or on-premises–in minutes. No additional hardware or software required.

Unified Auditing & Reporting Capabilities

Capture all users IP address, usernames, and actions taken, as well as geolocation for easy compliance reporting.

Full-featured, server load balancing capabilities

Balance traffic load across a group of servers and configure to monitor the health for each application server and apply a variety of load balancing policies.