Within the framework of the technology partnership, RED SOFT and "IQ Reserve" (IQR) conducted compatibility tests of the new versions of their products. The developers have confirmed correctness of run of the VALO Cloud version 3 software (by IQR) under the RED OS operating system version 7.2 ( by RED SOFT). The test results are reflected in the bilateral certificate of compatibility.
RED OS is a multi-user, multitasking general-purpose operating system for servers and workstations, providing a universal environment for application software. The product has a certificate of FSTEC of Russia (№4060 of 12.01.2019), which confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia (№3751).
VALO Cloud is a unique by its combination of functions cloud service designed for synchronization and joint work with corporate information and automated backup of files from user devices. VALO Cloud is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia (№ 127).
"The trend of replacing foreign solutions with Russian equivalents is clearly growing, which confirms the maturity of the domestic IT market. It is noteworthy that not only application software is developing, but also unique services such as VALO Cloud. Its compatibility with RED OS will provide the user with wider opportunities in the operating system environment", Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, comments.
"The market needs complete, functional and reliable solutions. That's why we consider it to be important to provide compatibility of VALO Cloud with the Russian solutions. For us, RED SOFT is a strategic partner. By combining our products, we have formed a comprehensive solution for secure interchange and work with files. The guaranteed compatibility of RED OS and VALO Cloud is, first of all, the reduction of risks when replacing foreign-made products", Stanislav Obidin, Product Director, Intellectual Reserve, added.