Sumo Logic’s New Interactive Intelligence Service Delivers On-Demand Analytics for High Volume Data at 10 Cents per GB and Archiving Intelligence Service Available Free of Cost
Leader in Continuous Intelligence Recognized as One of the World’s Top Private Cloud Companies
New Platform Enhancements Give Customers Better Ways to Enrich and Visualize Data; Gain Deeper Insights into Threats; and Improve Security and Management with Applications and Integrations for Today’s Popular Enterprise Technologies
Source: CSO The annual RSA Conference is a key venue for companies to showcase their new cybersecurity products. Here are some of the more interesting tools to check out.
Source: ITOps Sumo Logic has announced the release of a new Cloud SIEM Enterprise offering. According to Sumo Logic, this solution will include a number of capabilities that will ease the burden placed on SOC personnel.
New Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM Enterprise Provides Automation to Help SOC Teams Tame Growing Number of Unanalyzed Security Alerts and Events to Bolster Security and Compliance
Source: Infosecurity Based on a series of Twitter polls hosted by Sumo Logic, 40.3% of Twitter users that responded said that SIEM is valued most as a “security control” whilst less than a quarter saw it used for threat detection or data collection.
Source: Digital Bulletin A decade ago, a team of machine data enthusiasts embarked on a mission to empower businesses to generate intel and insights using data - Sumo Logic was born. Here, one of its founders, Bruno Kurtic, speaks about how that dream became a reality
Source: TechRepublic As more companies adopt and scale their Kubernetes systems, security has to be a major point of interest.
Source: ITProPortal Continuous intelligence is different to real-time analytics. How will this approach help enterprises work in real time?
Source: Informationweek The escalation of data and workloads in the cloud calls for continuous intelligence to maintain order
Source: DevOps Digest As part of DEVOPSdigest's 2020 predictions, industry experts offer predictions on how Cloud and related technologies will evolve and impact DevOps in 2020. Part 1 covers Hybrid IT and Multi-Cloud.