Company Delivers the Industry’s First Continuous Intelligence Solution for Kubernetes to Provide the Discoverability, Observability and Security Essential for Microservices Adoption; Demonstrates the Unique Power of Sumo Logic Global Intelligence with the 4th Annual Continuous Intelligence Report and GIS for Amazon Web Services GuardDuty; Expands Partnership with Google Cloud to Enable Choice & Application [...]
Source: Forbes The cloud is different. The provision of computing resources supplied from a datacenter with ancillary services such as security, big data analytics, provisioning for specific levels of transactional data throughput and special memory/storage functions is fundamentally different to the way computers used to be.
Source: IoT Business News For many businesses, getting things from A to B represents how they get paid and make money. For manufacturers this involves making goods and shipping them to customers, or providing parts for other organisations; for retailers, selling goods to consumers involves a mix of different channels. In between, there are a wide range of other companies, distributors and logistics operators [...]
Source: Enterprise Times As Sumo Logic kicked off its Illuminate 2019 conference in San Francisco, Enterprise Times talked with Bruno Kurtic, Founding VP of Product and Strategy, Sumo Logic. Sumo uses the phrase Continuous Intelligence and its latest report showed an increase in DevSecOps. We asked what the term really meant and how would it improve security.
Source: SiliconANGLE On Wednesday, Sumo Logic Inc. made a series of announcements designed to showcase what it calls the “Intelligence Economy.” The news included a continuous intelligence solution for Kubernetes, new benchmarking capabilities for AWS GuardDuty, expanded multicloud support for Google Cloud, and the introduction of a credit-based licensing model for customers.
Source: Datanami The ongoing explosion of event data can easily overwhelm your ability to make sense of it. Modern applications — many containerized and running on the cloud — generate huge streams of log data describing everything that goes on. You could build your own system to trap and analyze this data. Many organizations have tried. So why have 2,000 companies signed up for Sumo Logic’s service [...]