BOSTON – April 28, 2015 – Threat Stack, the leader in continuous cloud security monitoring, today announced a seamless integration with PagerDuty, the leader in operations performance software. The popular PagerDuty platform allows engineering and IT teams to connect their operations systems, teams, and data into a single, easy-to-use console that makes managing and responding to incidents quick and easy. By integrating with PagerDuty, Threat Stack customers now have more flexibility in the way they manage security incidents. The capabilities Threat Stack customers have come to love can now be sent and managed within PagerDuty’s platform, allowing businesses to stay secure while operating fast.
Threat Stack’s SaaS platform gives users the ability to maintain a healthy security posture in their cloud by providing deep, host-level visibility into system activity. Its cloud-native design makes it fast and easy to deploy, auto-scale to the needs of elastic infrastructure, help meet compliance regulations, protect customer data, and quickly adapt to new threats, making it a great complement to the PagerDuty platform and functionality.
Prior to the announcement, Threat Stack customers could only be alerted within the Threat Stack app or via email on system activity such as: user logins, processes running, configuration changes, changes to access rights, and more. However, through this integration, Threat Stack customers can now receive these same contextual alerts directly through PagerDuty, and leverage its capabilities for improved incident visibility, collaboration, and resolution.
“We love PagerDuty and are big users ourselves. We appreciate the ease of integration with other platforms, the scheduling and overrides, and the per-service escalation groups. After hearing requests from our customers, we’re thrilled to provide a cloud security solution that complements our customer’s existing operations workflow to give them an even more comprehensive security architecture for all of their cloud environments,” said Chris Gervais, VP of Engineering at Threat Stack. “This integration demonstrates our commitment to giving customers the most amount of flexibility in their operations workflow.”
“PagerDuty takes security – internally and with our customers – very seriously, and that’s why we’re pleased to partner with Threat Stack,” said Jonathan Wilkinson, Vice President of Product at PagerDuty. “By continuing to expand our ecosystem, we’re providing real solutions to everyday operations problems for our customers.”
For step-by-step instructions on setting up the integration, read the Threat Stack Configuration Guide for PagerDuty Integration.
To sign up for Threat Stack and begin using the PagerDuty integration, both Threat Stack and PagerDuty offer free 14-day trials. Visit go.threatstack.com/demo or signup.pagerduty.com for more information.
About Threat Stack
Threat Stack provides continuous security monitoring for public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructures protecting servers, and the data they access, from intrusion and data loss. Built in the cloud, for the cloud, Threat Stack is the first and only intrusion detection and auditing service purpose-built for cloud environments where network-based controls cannot be deployed. Threat Stack is lead by a team with extensive security and cloud computing experience from companies such as Mandiant, Cloudant, Symantec, Bit9, Juniper, and Dyn. Threat Stack is headquartered in Boston, MA. For more information, visit threatstack.com.
PagerDuty’s operations performance platform helps companies increase reliability. By connecting people, systems and data in a single view, PagerDuty delivers visibility and actionable intelligence across global operations for effective incident resolution management. PagerDuty has over 100 platform partners, and is trusted by Fortune 500 companies and startups alike, including Intuit, National Instruments, New Relic, Panasonic, Adobe, Rackspace, Etsy, Airbnb, and GitHub. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and backed by leading venture capital firms Andreessen Horowitz, Bessemer Venture Partners, Baseline Ventures, Ignition Partners, and others. Try PagerDuty for free, or to get more information, visit pagerduty.com.