Security Technology Partners
Encryption key management that adapts to any environment
SvKMS integrates with any environment or workflow, whether at the edge, on-prem or cloud. See our full list of partners below.
We provide a full guide to integrating with each individual partner. Click here to access full integrations documentation in our SvKMS manual. We're building new integrations constantly - if you’d like to request a product integration, please contact us.
SvKMS and Google Cloud allows customer-supplied encryption keys (CSEK) for Google Compute Engine and Google Cloud Storage.
SvKMS supports AWS S3 and EC2, providing native server-side encryption, bring your own key (BYOK) options and secure compute capacity in the cloud.
SvKMS and Azure Storage provides scalable, durable, and highly available storage, and the storage foundation for Azure Virtual Machines.
OpenStack allows deployment of applications on a virtual machine. SvKMS supports volume encryption at the hypervisor level.
Ecosystem and Hypervisor Partnerships
VMWare vSphere is a virtualization platform that supports KMIP communication with SvKMS to encrypt virtual machines and disks.
StorMagic SvKMS can be used as an external encryption key manager used to support Nutanix self-encrypting drives.
Microsoft Hyper-V allows you to deploy SvKMS and run multiple operating systems as virtual machines on Microsoft Windows.
StorMagic SvKMS is fully compatible with Linux KVM hypervisors, providing secure key management for open-source environments.
When SvKMS is provided as an Open Virtual Appliance, it can be imported and run on the open-source Oracle VirtualBox platform.
Storage and Database Partners
IBM DB2 is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS), designed to store, analyze and retrieve data efficiently.
MongoDB is an open-source database, which uses a non-relational database model to store data in collections of JSON documents.
NetApp ONTAP software unifies data management across flash, disk, and cloud to simplify your storage environment.
Veritas Access provides a high-performing software-defined NAS solution for deploying an Access cluster in your data center.
MySQL is an Oracle-powered open-source database management system that supports encryption in the enterprise edition.
MariaDB is an open-source database management system that supports data-at-rest encryption for tables and tablespace.