Sysdig Now Available on AWS Marketplace.
Sysdig solutions help enterprises monitor and secure cloud-native applications.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 14, 2018 – Sysdig, Inc., a cloud-native intelligence company, today announced that Sysdig is available on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) Marketplace. AWS customers can now purchase and deploy Sysdig Monitor, Sysdig Secure, and the entire Sysdig Cloud-Native Intelligence Platform directly through AWS Marketplace. Sysdig has created one of the first platforms to unify container security, monitoring, and forensics with native Kubernetes, Prometheus, and AWS services.
“Enterprises that choose to purchase Sysdig through AWS Marketplace get the peace of mind of knowing that the two are easily deployable together and they can save time by simplifying tasks, including procurement and billing. This announcement comes on the heels of Sysdig being recognized as an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) and demonstrates the commitment by both companies to continue working together.
“Our customers want proven, easy-to-use, and reliable SaaS solutions to secure their environment and to prevent downtime or disruptions,” said Garth Fort, Director, AWS Marketplace and Catalog Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Solutions that combine security and monitoring, like the Sysdig Cloud-Native Intelligence Platform, can simplify cloud-native operations, and we’re delighted to extend their availability to the 190,000 buyers using AWS Marketplace.”
For enterprises to be successful in deploying cloud-based infrastructure, they need the ability to monitor and secure their applications in real world, large-scale deployments. Effective container security and monitoring hinge on response teams being able to quickly detect, analyze, and respond to threats both during both development and in live containers – from detection, to remediation, to forensics.
Sysdig monitors and secures at the container, host, and application level all from a low-resource, single point of instrumentation, which provides more data than other approaches. As enterprises continue to migrate business-critical workloads to AWS to take advantage of the scale and flexibility of cloud-native architectures, Sysdig can help enterprises avoid common operational pains, making the migration and production management easier. By pairing Sysdig with AWS, customers gain full visibility and protection into their environment, including applications, services, and hybrid environments.
“This is another step in our mission to drive container and microservices adoption. Sysdig is able to help enterprises take advantage of modern environments by giving users access to the data necessary to understand their environment, and then take action when something isn’t right,” said Loris Degioanni, Chief Technology Officer, Sysdig. “This new solution running on AWS simplifies the process for AWS users from beginning to end so that enterprises operating in the cloud can focus on delivering the ideal customer experience rather than tracking down and resolving problems.”
Sysdig will be demonstrating the Sysdig Cloud-Native Intelligence Platform at the upcoming AWS user conference, AWS re:Invent 2018, happening November 26-30, 2018, in Las Vegas at Booth #281. Come meet the Sysdig team and learn more about how Sysdig is working with AWS and other APN Partners in order to make modern architectures more reliable and secure.
Sysdig is driving the standard for cloud and container security. The company pioneered cloud-native runtime threat detection and response by creating Falco and Sysdig Open Source as open source standards and key building blocks of the Sysdig platform. With the platform, teams can find and prioritize software vulnerabilities, detect and respond to threats, and manage cloud configurations, permissions, and compliance. From containers and Kubernetes to cloud services, teams get a single view of risk from source to run, with no blind spots, no guesswork, no wasted time. The largest and most innovative companies around the world rely on Sysdig.