Huawei Cloud, the fastest-growing major cloud service provider, is launching 220-plus cloud services and 210-plus solutions. News agencies, social media platforms, law enforcement, automobile manufacturers, gene sequencing organisations, and financial institutions benefit significantly from Huawei Cloud. It works with 19,000-plus partners and 1.6 million developers, while 4,000-plus applications have been launched on the Huawei Cloud Marketplace.
Huawei is increasingly cognisant of security concerns such as phishing attacks, DDoS attacks, malware infections, and ransomware and attaches high priority, through heavy investment, to technological competency, regulatory compliance, and ecosystem growth in cyber and cloud security. In July, the Middle East team of Huawei Cloud worked with Qrator Labs to onboard the Qrator DDoS Protection service onto the Huawei Cloud Marketplace.
Omar Akar, Vice President and Managing Director of Cloud BU at Huawei Middle East said: “Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, a cyber pandemic gripped our digital world, with cyber breaches and cyber-attacks being carried out against organisations, government, and individuals. As a leading global ICT provider, Huawei adopts an open, transparent, and collaborative approach to cybersecurity, and we’re pleased to work with industry leaders like Qrator Labs to ensure all Huawei Cloud customers continue to maintain strong cybersecurity postures”.
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Qrator DDoS Protection is a flexible cloud service for traffic filtering that is designed to detect and effectively mitigate the attacks targeting customer’s web infrastructure on all network layers. Qrator DDoS mitigation system employs custom algorithms for traffic analysis, filtering and machine learning which are being constantly updated and expanded in order to be able to counter the latest threats appearing in the global network.
As the managed security service provider, Qrator Labs values each and every integration that either allows existing Qrator Labs’ users to get access to additional services, or vice versa, adding Qrator Labs’ core mitigation service to the partner’s offer, topping already existing benefits for potential users.
After choosing a billing plan in the cloud service ecosystem, clients can easily log in on their Personal Account in the Qrator Labs network, receive an IP address and get protected by Qrator Labs DDoS mitigation service.
Alexander Lyamin, CEO at Qrator Labs, said: “Huawei Cloud is a leading global cloud provider, and we’ve witnessed first-hand how it has successfully penetrated the Middle East market. We firmly believe that working together brings better results overall. We’re proud to be included in the Huawei Cloud Marketplace”.