CLOUD SECURITY, CLOUD APP MANAGEMENT, CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
Ermetic | January 31, 2023
Ermetic, a company that works to protect cloud infrastructure, has added cloud workload protection to its Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP). With the addition of cloud workload protection features, Ermetic's CNAPP can now give users better protection against malicious threats across multiple cloud providers.
Customers can find security risks in virtual machines, containers, and serverless functions, stop them from happening, and fix them by using context that includes infrastructure configurations, network settings, access permissions, and other settings. Ermetic's CNAPP provides customers with visibility across their cloud environments, enabling them to proactively identify and address any vulnerabilities.
Chief Product Officer at Ermetic, Sivan Krigsman, said, “Protecting cloud workloads from breaches requires a continuous and full stack assessment of installed software, the operating system, configurations, access entitlements, suspicious activity and more.” He added, “With our platform's unmatched, end-to-end insight into cloud workloads, Ermetic enables security and DevSecOps teams to prioritize remediation by identifying resources that are exposed to threats or have the largest blast radius.”
(Source - Businesswire)
Ermetic's platform automatically prioritizes and facilitates remediation, helping organizations achieve compliance with security standards. The new cloud workload protection solutions are available immediately. Customers can see what's going on in their environment in real time by using Ermetics CNAPP's cloud workload protection features. This lets them find and fix any potential security threats before they do any damage.
Ermetic finds and ranks security holes in AWS, Azure, and GCP, so companies can start fixing them right away. Through an identity-first approach, the Ermetic cloud native application protection platform (CNAPP) brings together and automates cloud infrastructure entitlement management (CIEM), cloud security posture management (CSPM), cloud workload protection, and IaC security posture management. It combines full asset discovery, in-depth risk analysis, in-flight threat detection, and compliance reporting with pinpoint visualization and step-by-step instructions. The company is run by successful tech entrepreneurs whose previous businesses were bought by Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks, and others. Accel, Forgepoint, Glilot Capital Partners, Norwest Venture Partners, Qumra Capital, and Target Global have all invested in Ermetic.
CoreStack | January 25, 2023
On January 24, 2023, a global provider of multi-cloud governance, CoreStack and Logicalis, a global technology service provider, announced its strategic partnership to provide customers with one of the industry's leading cloud governance solutions. The partnership helps Logicalis' capabilities to simplify, scale and speed up digital transformation for healthcare, manufacturing, and supply chains, which addresses a variety of cloud governance use cases.
The partnership includes integrating CoreStack's NextGen Cloud Governance platform with the Logicalis Cloud Management Portal (CMP) to power the Production Ready Cloud (PRC) solution that caters to businesses looking for a cloud-first strategy. The Cloud Management Portal, built on a multi-tenant architecture, offers visibility and insight into customers' cloud consumption, security posture and governance.
Customers and partners can benefit from CoreStack's NextGen Cloud Governance to mitigate risk, further experiment, speed up delivery, optimize performance and innovate. It provides enterprises with the resources and confidence to accelerate their digital ambitions and enables them to capitalize on the opportunities, making it easier and faster for them to take the opportunity that really matters. In addition, the direct integration of CoreStack's platform to Logicalis Digital Fabric platform helps customers to compare their business capabilities to industry averages and give real-time visibility and actionable insight across the performance of their digital ecosystem.
CoreStack's AI-powered multi-cloud governance solution has offered customers transformational outcomes like a boost in cloud operational efficiencies by 40 percent, a 50 percent reduction in cloud costs, and compliance with security standards by up to 100 percent.
Founded in 2016, CoreStack is an AI-powered multi-cloud governance solution provider. The company is based in Bellevue (Washington). It empowers businesses to increase the power of the cloud on their terms by providing them with top-line revenues, the lowest possible efficiencies and gain a competitive advantage. Its FinOps, SecOps, and CloudOps solutions embrace, improve, and extend native cloud capabilities. The solutions also help optimize cloud spending while ensuring security and compliance across multiple clouds with a single solution. The company is a Microsoft Azure Gold Partner, an Oracle Cloud Build Partner, an Amazon AWS Advanced Technology Competency Partner, and a Google Cloud Build Partner.
CLOUD APP DEVELOPMENT, CLOUD SECURITY, CLOUD APP MANAGEMENT
Wasabi Technologies | February 02, 2023
On February 1, 2023, the cloud storage company, Wasabi Technologies, introduced Wasabi Surveillance Cloud, a first-of-its-kind solution that avails organizations to offload video surveillance footage from local storage to the cloud without running out of space. This 'bottomless' approach to video storage is important for the surveillance industry, which is currently struggling to handle a lot of videos in high-resolution environments, growing file sizes, retention requirements, and strict regulatory and business and analytics applications tied to surveillance.
Wasabi Surveillance Cloud addresses storage space, resolution related and other challenges head-on by designing a seamless hybrid storage environment that preserves present on-site technology investments and maximizes their ROI without letting them lose any of the benefits. Users of every significant video management system (VMS) can move videos that are not used often directly from their on-site servers to Wasabi hot cloud storage, which involves low cost than AWS S3, Google, or Microsoft Azure and doesn't charge for egress or API requests. The data on the video is kept "hot" so that it is always available and can be retrieved in milliseconds. With Wasabi Surveillance Cloud, a VMS technology that was once separated from the cloud, becomes cloud-aware in an instant, making it easy to switch to cloud storage.
Wasabi Surveillance Cloud's Key benefits include easy integration with all of the major VMS providers, Industry-leading protection with immutability to stop ransomware or accidental deletions, data and video restoration direct from the cloud, globally deployed in top-tier data centers certified for SOC 2, ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS, on-demand scaling ability to avoid costlier server upgrades and to increase the framerate and resolution. Additionally, HIPAA, CJIS, FERPA, FINRA, and other primary industry and government regulations and retention requirements are fulfilled with this solution's help.
About Wasabi Technologies
Founded in 2017, Wasabi Technologies is a hot cloud storage company. Hot cloud storage is easy to use, low-cost, and quick to write to. Cloud storage from Wasabi is fast, cheap, and reliable. Wasabi, based in Boston, is a privately held company. It was started by David Friend and Jeff Flowers, who were among the first to use cloud storage. It is a partner of the Boston Red Sox and the official cloud storage partner of the Boston Bruins and Liverpool Football Club. Wasabi is one of the fastest growing and most innovative tech companies, trusted by its customers around the globe.