Dome9 decides to offer multi Cloud Security


Dome9, which offers cloud infrastructure security for enterprises, has decided to offer Multi-Cloud Security to its users. Thus, enterprise users who rely on multiple cloud services to attain utmost security in their cloud environments usage will be pleased to embrace Dome9 product suite features from now on.

All these days, Dome9 used to strongly push Amazon Web Services as the company is a juggernaut in the cloud business.

But as the trend to depend on single cloud services for all enterprise cloud computing needs is proving to risk for enterprises, CIOs of big and small businesses have started relying on multiple cloud platforms.

To tap into this business trend, Dome9 has decided to offer native support to users using Microsoft Azure. It also plans to support Google and Oracle cloud services by this year end.

In simple terms, Dome9’s platform is all about offering security and operations to enterprise IT teams to keep a tab on their network’s secret level and assets’ exposure levels. The company’s product suite does this by scrutinizing network security groups which are attached to all network-based assets. This includes virtual machines, database services and load balancers in cloud environments.

Therefore, for all companies acting as multi-tenants of various cloud services, Dome9’s decision to support various cloud services will prove as an added advantage.

Dome9’s security platform will from now on include an inbuilt API-enabled integration with Azure. Therefore, its control fabric can be used by Microsoft Azure customers to manage issues such as compliance and security in a flexible way across all Azure and AWS cloud infrastructure channels.

So, multiple cloud tenants can detect and audit changes to security policies across Azure, AWS, Google and Oracle subscriptions and regions in near future.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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