CLOUD SECURITY, CLOUD APP MANAGEMENT, AWS MANAGEMENT
Salt Security | January 30, 2023
Salt Security, one of the prominent API security companies, has recently declared to integrate with Google Cloud Marketplace as a Build Partner to provide users direct access to its platform that is providing cyber-attack detection and prevention, API discovery, and shift-left features.
This integration empowers Google Cloud customers with optimized visibility and control over API traffic. It uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and massive cloud data to baseline users and APIs, thus providing continuous automated discovery of those APIs and exposing sensitive information. It is capable of blocking and detecting complex API attacks, including those mentioned in the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) API Security Top 10 list. Its shift-left features include pre-prod testing, OAS analysis, and detailed remediation insights. It also offers features available on the Google Cloud platform like identification of API and sensitive, exposed data, production prevention from exploits, runtime protection, visualization of APIs, tracking threats, attack simulation, and remediation insights.
Gilad Barzilay, Salt Security’s Head of Business Development, said, "By joining the Google Cloud Marketplace, Salt reinforces its ongoing commitment to bolster the protection of sensitive company data and files in the constantly evolving Google Cloud ecosystem." He added, "By integrating Google Cloud environments with the Salt Platform, customers can see and protect all APIs running within these environments through dynamic API discovery."
(Source – Cision PR Newswire)
About Salt Security
Salt Security is a patented API protection platform that combines cloud-scaled data with machine learning and artificial intelligence to prevent API attacks. It delivers real-time analysis, Shift-left practices, and insights for API discovery as well as API attack prevention by providing context-based security to almost all APIs. Its prevention enables users to continue with their digital transformation endeavors and businesses. It performs design analysis in pre-production, detects and prevents API attacks, discovers APIs, and provides remedies with its unique API Context Engine architecture. It has raised capital with investors such as Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, Y Combinator, Advent International, Alkeon Capital, S Capital VC, Advent International and DFJ Growth.
DartPoints | January 18, 2023
DartPoints, the cloud, colocation, infrastructure, and security solutions provider to enterprises, announced the launch of Bare Metal Cloud Solution. The company's new bare metal packages allow tenants to control the IT infrastructure completely, gaining cloud-like agility along with highly secure physical equipment and offering dedicated servers. The offerings are targeted at organizations seeking high-security levels, customization, and performance.
DartPoints' move into the bare metal market responds to the growing demand for fully customized data center services at the edge. With the continuous growth in data and the rise of hyperconverged technology, experts predicted that "The bare metal cloud market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 25.59% between 2022 and 2027.”
Bare metal users can build, test, deploy, and maintain their workloads all on a single platform. Without a dedicated compute environment, it can be hard to fine-tune things like compute or storage configurations to meet the needs of an organization. A bare metal setup gives you complete control, more processing power, and the best performance. As a result, bare metal is ideal for many uses, such as high computing power workloads, big data analytics, and hosting apps that need to be constantly updated.
The servers are single tendency and physically isolated, so the overall security is significantly simplified. It makes bare metal a good choice for organizations with strict policy or compliance requirements, like those in the financial, legal, or government sectors.
DartPoints, a worry-free technology solutions provider, was founded in 2012 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The company delivers colocation, infrastructure, cloud and security solutions to carriers, enterprises, and cloud and content providers. Its world-class data centers provide redundancy and airtight physical security. The company's comprehensive cloud solution also allows its clients to address technology gaps with a scalable OpEx model. DartPoints believes in providing equal access to life-changing connectivity, bringing cutting-edge infrastructure to mid-size organizations, and bridging the digital divide.
Lemongrass | January 19, 2023
Lemongrass, a company that specializes in moving SAP systems to the cloud, just announced that it will work with Florida Crystals Corporation (FCC), a cane-sugar company based in West Palm Beach, Florida. The collaboration will give the FCC access to Lemongrass's cloud technology, which will allow them to run their SAP systems in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
The partnership resulted in the migration of FCC's SAP systems to Amazon Web Services (AWS), which began in 2021 and is now complete. Lemongrass continues to provide innovation and ongoing support for the FCC's SAP landscape. This collaboration is exemplary of how companies are using cloud technology to help modernize their businesses.
Mike Rosenbloom, CEO at Lemongrass, said, “We are honored to work with a true industry pioneer like FCC, whose values around sustainability and business efficiency are setting a high standard for their industry.” He added, “We look forward to a continued partnership with Florida Crystals as the company expands its use of SAP on AWS.”
FCC chose to move to the cloud to save money and simplify its applications, as well as to lay the groundwork for future changes. The move to AWS aligns with FCC's goals of being environmentally and socially conscious in their business decisions and will also save them money. FCC and Lemongrass worked together to move their SAP systems to the cloud. The move was finished in 2021, and since then, Lemongrass has been supporting FCC's SAP landscape.
Lemongrass is a company that focuses on providing services that are made possible by software, especially in the area of SAP on Cloud. They offer managed services to enterprise customers, using their expertise and best practices to help with SAP transformations. They use their Lemongrass Cloud Platform (LCP) to enable near zero downtime migrations to the cloud and offer managed services for SAP and related workloads. They have customers in multiple industries and regions around the world and partner with major technology companies such as AWS, SAP, Microsoft, and Google.