Threat Stack Provides Multi-Cloud Observability Across Host and Containers
Threat Stack, the leader in cloud infrastructure security, today announced the next stage of its multi-cloud support which extends security observability to containers. Leveraging full workload observability of all major public cloud platforms including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) gives Threat Stack customers the flexibility to scale and grow their business using the cloud platform of their choosing without sacrificing security.
According to Gartner’s October 2018 report “Market Insight: Multicloud Becomes Essential for Cloud IaaS Offerings,” 49 percent of organizations were approaching their cloud computing IaaS strategy through multi-cloud adoption in 2017, but that is expected to increase to 75 percent by 2022. Organizations are seeing multiple benefits of multi-cloud environments including access to best of breed capabilities offered by the various cloud service providers, cost savings, reduced risk of vendor lock-in, and data portability.
Threat Stack helps its customers achieve full-stack cloud security observability across their entire infrastructure regardless of the cloud provider. With visibility into every workload Threat Stack customers can quickly identify and mitigate risks without sacrificing the availability of critical services and customer-facing applications.
“Multi-cloud is quickly becoming the standard cloud model across the industry and Threat Stack has been helping secure multi-cloud environments for over three years,” said Aditya Joshi, Executive Vice President, Product and Technology, Threat Stack. “Providing workload observability into your cloud infrastructure, regardless of deployment model is a critical aspect of true full-stack cloud security observability.”