The HyperGrid solution to publish services in total security

DMZ is the acronym for “demilitarized zone” a buffer zone that can be created between the corporate (or home) network and the internet. This “zone” is delimited by strict access rules. By inserting a computer or server into the DMZ, although it is part of the same infrastructure, the device is not directly connected to the computers of the local network preserving it from possible attacks.

For companies with complex infrastructures it is a system that requires careful management. For home use or for a small business things are even more complicated since, in most cases, fast networks do not allow you to publish services due to the lack of a public IP address. This is the case with some fiber networks or data connections via mobile networks. With this type of connection, for example, we cannot publish an FTP server or an online store directly from our computer. To make this possible there is a practical service such as HyperDMZ.

How does HyperDMZ work?

HyperGrid has a redundant structure as an autonomous system, protected with firewalls and offers customers a DMZ to publish their services statically and protected by the company’s security infrastructure. All without having a public address or having to manage a virtual server at an ISP. It is a cost-effective solution that saves on management costs and renting a virtual server on the cloud. All you need to activate the service is an internet connection, HyperGrid will take care of the rest by securely publishing customer services.

What is HyperDMZ used for?
It is a solution to publish websites, online stores, FTP servers, mail servers, WebDAV, data storage systems and much more. Ultimately, anything that can be exported to TCP/IP can be published with HyperDMZ, making the network or computer on which it resides invisible
the service. This ensures data privacy and security. No additional software or services are needed, there is no need for multiple redundant lines, and even if the provider were to change the IP address to which the customer is connected, the system would automatically reconnect to HyperDMZ.

What are the benefits?
allows you to publish services without having to purchase a virtual server from an ISP. In addition to subscribing to the service, all that the customer needs is to have internet access of any kind (even from IPs not visible to the public network). You just need to communicate which services you want to publish and the HyperGrid team will take care of the rest. The customer achieves significant cost savings. To understand the scope of this service let’s take an example: an FTP server and a small online store of a website reside on a computer. This computer is connected to the internet via a 5G modem with a flat connection that does not allow the publication of services on the web. Thanks to HyperDMZ both services can be published giving them visibility and using a fast connection. We remind you that this service, in addition to allowing you to publish services on networks that do not allow it, is also of fundamental importance for securing corporate services. This is because the servers within a DMZ, even if they are physically located in the company, are not connected directly to the devices connected to the local network. In this way, the web or mail servers that users access from a public network remain isolated from the rest of the corporate infrastructure which is protected from external attacks – – Tel. 0382 528875