Centrify Joins NetApp Alliance Partner Program

Provides Integration with Microsoft Active Directory for NetApp Storage Systems

Centrify

Sunnyvale, Calif.-May 13, 2010-Centrify Corporation, the leading provider of security and compliance solutions to secure cross-platform data centers using Microsoft® Active Directory®, today announced membership in the NetApp Alliance Partner Program as an Advantage Alliance Partner. With this solutions partnership, customers are able to use Centrify DirectControl and Microsoft Active Directory for identity management and access control of UNIX and Linux users and their files stored on NetApp® storage systems.

Centrify enables organizations to reduce IT expenses, strengthen security and enhance compliance by centrally securing their cross-platform data centers through Microsoft Active Directory-based identity and access management. By leveraging Active Directory and the Centrify Suite, organizations get a cost-effective solution for authentication, access control, role-based privilege management, user-level auditing and server protection for over 225 operating systems in addition to NetApp storage systems, "Centralizing access control and privilege management within Active Directory is a proven approach for minimizing insider threats and passing audits," said Frank Cabri, vice president of marketing and business development for Centrify. "We are pleased with the recognition from NetApp for the value we deliver to our mutual customers."

"The NetApp Alliance Partner Program helps vendors like Centrify develop additional management functionality with NetApp's best-of-breed storage so that customers can simplify their data management," said Patrick Rogers, vice president of Solutions Marketing at NetApp. "Together, we're helping customers integrate their identity management for NetApp servers in Active Directory, which ultimately reduces complexity and increases customers' return on investment."

About the NetApp Alliance Program
The NetApp Alliance Partner Program provides qualified infrastructure and application providers with access to NetApp solutions, software development kits, technical support, training, certification, product information, marketing, and sales assistance. Customers benefit by having access to best-of-breed partner solutions that are tested to work with NetApp storage. Additional information on the NetApp Alliance Partner Program is available at www.netapp.com/alliances.

About NetApp
NetApp creates innovative storage and data management solutions that accelerate business breakthroughs and achieve outstanding cost efficiency. Discover our passion for helping companies around the world go further, faster at www.netapp.com.

About Centrify
Centrify enables organizations to reduce IT expenses, strengthen security and enhance compliance by centrally securing their cross-platform data centers through Active Directory-based identity and access management. By leveraging Active Directory, organizations have a cost-effective solution for authentication, access control, role-based privilege management, user-level auditing and server protection for heterogeneous systems, hypervisors and applications. Built on a common architecture, the seamlessly integrated Centrify Suite - DirectControl, DirectAuthorize, DirectAudit, DirectSecure and DirectManage - has been chosen by over 2000 enterprise customers worldwide for its quick-to-deploy, easy-to-manage next-generation technology. For more information about Centrify and its solutions, call +1 (408) 542-7500 or visit www.centrify.com.

Press Contact:
Frank Cabri
408-542-7576
frank.cabri@centrify.com

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