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Alcide Announces General Availability of Its Cloud-Native Security Platform to Secure Modernized Data Centers & Cloud Ops
Alcide, today announced the general availability of its Data Center and Cloud Operations Security Platform, which protects any combination of container, serverless, Virtual Machine (VM) and bare metal in the modern data center. Alcide unites DevOps, Security and Engineering teams with a simplified viewpoint and controls to manage and secure the evolving data center and hybrid cloud, at any scale. Alcide will be demonstrating the platform at the AWS Summit in San Francisco (4th April, booth #1125).

Today, many enterprises find themselves operating multi-account, multi-compute data centers, with different teams that usually work in silos. Alcide's platform provides superior visibility, cloud-native threat protection and network policy enforcement, providing enterprises with a wide and deep perspective. It reduces the number of tools needed and eliminates the blind spots between complex infrastructure and applications.

"The time is right for a new approach to secure our most critical business apps and sensitive data. Today, many enterprises find themselves operating data centers with extremely complex hybrid environments but securing each one with point solutions that leave security gaps between them. Alcide takes a new approach -- it was purpose-built to secure complex hybrid, cloud environments and our customers can attest to the vastly improved control they have of their security and operations," said Ranny Nachmias, Founder and CEO Alcide.

Alcide works for all the stakeholders who operate and protect today's data center - cloud architects, DevOps and Security - by giving them a single platform with a clear view of their infrastructure and apps in real time, enforce firewall policies and behavioral based anomalies, and monitors multiple accounts in multiple environments.

Published Tuesday, April 03, 2018 11:41 AM by David Marshall
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