Next Thursday, we will be at the AWS Summit 2014 in New York meeting with AWS users from across the country — many of which are our own customers — as well as leading the discussion around the intersection of Security, Development and Operations and what that means for continuous monitoring in EC2.
As EC2 users increasingly look to incorporate security into their DevOps deployment practices, Threat Stack’s continuous monitoring plays a critical role in protecting cloud deployments. By integrating security best practices and DevOps activities, we’ve come to a new methodology: SecDevOps. A natural extension of DevOps, it will improve the security of entire EC2 environments. We’re looking forward to sharing our best practices at this summer’s AWS Summit in New York.
Going to the summit? Simply email us your availability for July 10th and we’ll schedule a dedicated time with you to discuss best practices for securing your Linux environment with SecDevOps.
Threat Stack + AWS
After speaking with AWS customers across the country, it’s clear that businesses using AWS not only want but need technologies like Threat Stack’s Cloud Sight that are built specifically for the cloud in order to fulfill their portion of the shared responsibility security model. It’s business-critical today to have solutions that solve multiple needs, providing visibility across an entire cloud environment. Heterogeneous cloud solutions like Cloud Sight allow companies working in or moving to the cloud to do so with confidence. We’ll show you how at the Summit.
At Booth #331, you’ll learn how Cloud Sight:
- Is a security solution built for the needs of both Operations and Security
- Provides intrusion detection, purpose built for EC2
- Eliminates the need for multiple point tools
Book your meeting with us now — space is limited!