Sysdig Now Available on AWS Marketplace

Sysdig solutions help enterprises monitor and secure cloud-native

, a cloud-native intelligence company, today announced that
Sysdig is available on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS)
. 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 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
, 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.

About Sysdig

Sysdig is the cloud-native intelligence company.

Enterprises depend on Sysdig to deliver reliable, secure containerized
applications. We have created the only unified platform to deliver
container security, monitoring, and forensics in a
microservices-friendly architecture. Our open source technologies have
attracted a community of over a million developers, administrators, and
other IT professionals looking for deep visibility into applications and
containers. Our cloud-native intelligence platform monitors and secures
millions of containers across hundreds of enterprises, including Fortune
500 companies and web-scale properties. Learn more at



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