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DigiCert Announces New Multi-year Plan in DigiCert CertCentral

Multi-year Plan reduces administrative burdens, locks in costs and takes advantage of automation for simpler certificate management

DigiCert, Inc., a leading provider of TLS/SSL, IoT, and other PKI solutions, today announced a new Multi-year Plan of up to six-year coverage for TLS certificate purchases in the DigiCert CertCentral® TLS Manager. Multi-year Plan simplifies certificate purchasing and renewal processes for customers and partners ahead of Sept. 1, when browsers will shorten maximum certificate lifetimes to one year. Multi-year Plan eliminates the need for annual per-certificate purchases, helps achieve cost savings through discounts, and takes advantage of CertCentral automation.

Multi-year Plan is currently available for purchase from DigiCert authorized partners and in CertCentral. Customers can take advantage of the offer by signing up for the industry’s leading TLS Manager, CertCentral.

“DigiCert is uniquely positioned to support India’s digital certificate needs for websites, enterprise authentication and encryption, and protecting IoT devices. What we offer through our partners and our global technology is unmatched in India,” said Ray Garnie, DigiCert Senior Vice President, APAC. “We aim to empower companies across verticals with our offerings. DigiCert’s one of a kind Multi-year Plan will allow customers to purchase an OV or EV certificate, set up an ACME client, and fully manage the entire payment lifecycle within CertCentral.”

“DigiCert Multi-year Plan simplifies certificate management for our partners and customers, particularly amid the continued demand for shortening certificate lifetimes,” said Jeremy Rowley, Chief of Product at DigiCert. “Currently, we enable customers and partners with flexible certificate lifetimes as short as hours via our APIs. With Multi-year Plan in CertCentral, we are extending this capability to enable customers and partners to take advantage of varying certificate servicing times through our growing automation functionality while enjoying simplified renewal processes and discounted pricing for up to six years.”

DigiCert offers Multi-year Plan for up to six years for TLS certificates, allowing customers to avoid the hassles of corporate procurement processes each year and enjoy discounts with each year of coverage that they select. Using CertCentral, customers can set automated renewals for each year of their service.

Multi-year Plan helps organizations further reduce certificate outages with available CertCentral automation and will ensure they can take advantage of time-saving capabilities like:

  • Supports new orders for almost any ACME client running on the customer server
  • Automation and discovery across multiple servers for larger-scale networks
  • The ability to utilize sensors for easy-to-manage, scalable ACME deployments
  • Seamless integration with OEM solutions such as F5, Citrix, NetScaler, A10 as well as popular server orchestration and management platforms
  • Customizable automation through APIs to integrate DigiCert tools and your system
  • Auto-renew configuration via CertCentral console

CertCentral is an award-winning, globally leading TLS/SSL certificate manager that simplifies digital certificate management at any scale, allowing organizations to purchase and install, monitor, renew and remediate certificates with automated discovery and other automation tools. CertCentral helps organizations know where all their certificates reside, ensure compliance with the latest industry standards, and avoid the costly damages of downtime related to expired certificates.

 

Brian Pereira

Brian Pereira is an Indian journalist and editor based in Mumbai. He is Editor-in-Chief of Digital Creed, which he founded in 2015. A technology buff, former computer instructor, and software developer, Brian has 27 years of journalism experience (since 1994). He is sound and confident about his knowledge of business technology concepts. And he is a believer in continual education/learning. Brian is the former Editor of CHIP and InformationWeek magazines (India). He has written hundreds of technology articles for India's leading newspaper groups such as The Times of India and Indian Express Newspapers (among others). And he has conducted more than 300 industry interviews during his journalism career. Brian also writes on Aviation, cybersecurity, startups, and topics directed at small and medium businesses. He achieved certifications from the EC-Council (Certified Secure Computer User) and from IBM (Basics of Cloud Computing). Apart from those, he has successfully completed many courses on Content Marketing and Business Writing. Follow Brian on Twitter (@creed_digital) and LinkedIn.

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