Service Providers

Real Customers. Real Solutions.

Our products and services are critical elements of customers’ cloud-based
business operations. Some of the following solution cases are anonymous to protect the integrity of our customer deployments.
Samba Safety

North America

Partner Network & Security

SambaSafety

Problem

SambaSafety connects government data services to insurers and transportation companies. The personal records such as a DLN (driver’s license number) or MVR (motor vehicle record) must be encrypted but connect to multiple endpoints.

Solution

SambaSafety connects government data services to insurers and transportation companies. The personal records such as a DLN (driver’s license number) or MVR (motor vehicle record) must be encrypted but connect to multiple endpoints.

Outcome

After 2 months in proof of concept and testing, SambaSafety launch VNS3 in production. SambaSafety has over 20 IPsec tunnels connecting customers and AWS-based resources, with plans to expand.

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North America

Customer Network & Security

Labor Management Solutions

Problem

Customer needed true end-to-end security for all data-in-motion from government sites into their Amazon AWS hosted management systems. AWS VPC does not meet the level of encryption and other standards that the US Government requires.

Solution

VNS3 securely connected Customer’s management systems to government on-premise sites via IPsec with AES 265-bit encryption.

Outcome

Customer was able to connect sites end-to-end to the cloud-hosted management suite, and end customers were able to meet the US Government security standards.

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North America

Customer Network

ERP Solutions for Manufacturing

Problem

The ERP vendor needed a VPN solution to offer customers using a multi-site VPN with multiple locations. Customer’s end customer needed to connect 2 remote locations via static IKEv1 to the same Azure virtual network.

Solution

VNS3 offered enhanced connectivity in the Azure cloud beyond standard network controls. VNS3 allowed the Azure user to connect to multiple VPN locations in the same Azure network. 

Outcome

Customer was able to get VNS3 up and running in Azure and used it to quickly connect to their customer’s VPN devices.

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Europe

Security & Compliance

UK Car Rental SaaS

Problem

Customer develops and distributes car rental system software to vehicle rental and car dealerships. The company needed additional security and connectivity between AWS resources and client data centers.

Solution

VNS3 helps Customer create a secure connection from a handful of servers in AWS to their end client’s data center using encrypted IPsec tunnels.

Outcome

After connecting their AWS networks to client data centers, Customer was also able to use VNS3 as part of a larger PCI-DSS audit.

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North America

Security & Connectivity

IT Services for US Government

Problem

In order to pursue a number of internal and external customer programs utilizing public cloud, Customer needed to integrate cloud with their complex, global internal infrastructure. Infrastructure integration and security caused major concerns.

Solution

Customer used VNS3 across an array of initiatives for cloud connectivity, disaster recover testing and production-ready projects, capacity overflow, and customer/partner networks.

Outcome

Customer extended their traditional hosting model to public cloud using a networking solution that was comfortable to the offshore staff. Additional networking capabilities let them build internal disaster recovery service offerings for end customers.

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Europe

Security & Connectivity

UK Online Expense Management Provider

Problem

The ticking and expense management provider needed to connect to a centralized UK train ticket booking service via IPsec in order to make reservations.

Solution

The customer leveraged VNS3 overlay capabilities to connect to their cloud-hosted application with IPsec.

Outcome

The UK customer was able to host their entire solution in the cloud and connect to the booking service without any hardware.

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North America

Security & Connectivity

Online Training for Elite MBA Programs

Problem

The online learning provider wanted to use Amazon’s VPC DNS from their office, which hosts the IPsec remote endpoint.

Solution

Through Cohesive Networks’ SI partner Trek10, the customer began using VNS3 to route DNS traffic. With Cohesive Networks, the customer even considered doing more than a simple port forward, and worked with the SI to use a DNS forwarder in a container on VNS3.

Outcome

The company now uses VNS3 in production, and has recently upgrade to 5 additional client packs.

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North America

Partner & Customer Network

ERP and CRM Solutions for Enterprises

Problem

The ERP vendor wanted to turn a traditional software solution into a cloud-based, subscription SaaS offering. Customer needed security, connectivity and flexibility when migrating from on-premise installations to public cloud. 

Solution

VNS3 allowed Customer to gain multi-tenancy without re-architecting their application. Customer guaranteed secure customer data and kept control with integrated NOC services across clouds.

Outcome

VNS3 let Customer shift data center complexities away from clients to reinvent their subscription SaaS business model.

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North America

Partner & Customer Network

Corporate Performance Management Software

Problem

The company’s performance management reporting and analysis, budgeting, planning, forecasting, and consolidation software focuses on healthcare, IT, and government customers. They tried to use AWS hardware VPN, but ran into network overlap issues.

Solution

The company evaluated VNS3 to establish VPN connection to one of their regulated clients. They used VNS3 to establish 2 IPsec tunnels via the same endpoint within the network.

Outcome

They began using VNS3 in production in less than 2 months and upgraded for additional VPN connections within 6 months.

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Global

Security & Connectivity

Business Process Management ISV

Problem

Customer wanted to provide SaaS offering to move customers to subscription revenue model, migrate customer on-premise installation to “equivalent” cloud topologies and manage many customers with integrated NOC services.

Solution

VNS3 overlay network deployed on a public cloud to provide encryption for all data-in-motion. Secure connectivity allowed integration and access to on-premise systems and data as required.

Outcome

Customer used VNS3 to isolate and secure each customer SaaS deployment. VNS3 allows the customer to securely extend their existing NOC to the cloud servers for monitoring and management.

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North America

Partner & Customer Network

Identity Access Management SaaS

Problem

Customer wanted to provide Personal Identity Management-as-a-Service in the cloud.

Solution

VNS3 isolated each end customer IAM management solution and provided encryption for all data-in-motion. Secure connectivity allowed integration / access to existing on-premise IAM systems.

Outcome

Customer used VNS3 to isolate and secure each of their end customers’ Identity Management solutions deployed in the cloud.

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Europe

Security & Connectivity

Wales’ Largest Used Car Sales Company

Problem

The company was running a Microsoft Azure connected via VPN to their local network. As they grew their cloud footprint, they needed to extend Azure’s capabilities across all their sites using a VPN connection. They chose Azure to connect to an Active Directory controller to 5 or 6 Car Dealership sites.

Solution

Through a partner SI, they used VNS3 to connect and extend their hybrid network across local legacy network appliance to cloud-based resources in multiple Azure regions.

Outcome

A referral from Microsoft Azure grew from a free trial edition into a growing VPN project. They company now connects 5 or 6 separate physical sites to a singular virtual azure network using static routing and dynamic routing.

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North America

Security & Connectivity

Supply Chain Governance and Control

Problem

Customer wanted to use the cloud to provide innovative supply chain services to multinational organizations. A critical component of Customer’s offering such services was integration to the end customer environment. The SCM provider needed to connect and integrate to their end customers’ dedicated infrastructure.

Solution

VNS3 provided a connectivity solution for Customer’s physical data center infrastructure as well as connectivity to partners.

Outcome

Customer easily extended cloud-based services down to customer data centers, improving time to deployment, and easing customer integration.

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North America

Security & Compliance

Commerce Platform for Retailers

Problem

The company offers retailers an end-to-end solution to manage orders from start to finish, from order processing to inventory, sales, invoicing, and omnichannel fulfillment. They needed an alternative VPN connection that supported AES-256 bit encryption.

Solution

From the AWS Marketplace, they company was able to deploy, test, and configure VNS3 in production within days to replace their AWS NAT instances and Virtual Private Gateway (VPG) placeholder solution.

Outcome

VNS3 was able to quickly act as a drop-in replacement Amazon’s networking offerings that did not support higher AES 256-bit encryption. Now the company connects using AES-256 over static routes for VPC instances.

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North America

Multicloud WAN

Antispyware, Antivirus and Mobile Security

Problem

Customer wanted to have global reach for their cloud-based threat protection and virus scanning system. Additionally, they wanted global redundancy using multiple cloud data centers with the potential for multiple cloud providers, all on what appears to be a global cloud WAN. Connection to existing data centers and network operations center were also important.

Solution

VNS3 created a global, virtual WAN with common address space, address mobility, multicast and secure encryption throughout. Customer also needed to integrate with their physical data center infrastructure and network operations.

Outcome

End customers were able to access critical infrastructure “in region” without having to wait for inter-continental lag times. Webroot offered these services with global redundancy at dramatically lower cost than establishing additional physical infrastructure sites.