“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
– Buckminster Fuller, Architect, Systems Theorist & Inventor
With an estimated market value approaching $400B in 2022, the Public Cloud Services Market only continues its pace of explosive growth. Many enterprises and organizations have started their cloud journey and are on their way to harnessing the transformative power that hyperscale cloud infrastructures offer their business. While digital transformation is delivering real efficiencies, cost savings, and productivity gains for some, many companies are still struggling to reap the biggest reward for their cloud migration strategy: accelerated business growth, new innovations, and faster time to untapped revenue streams.
All too often, the path to achieving this prize is limited by the challenges and distractions of moving from application to cloud to production and beyond. This is because cloud enablement, infrastructure & operations, DevOps, and security teams are still challenged to implement cloud application security and compliance at the requisite speed of business growth. Disparate, complex, and nonunified security tools – combined with DIY approaches to cloud security and compliance – can require an enormous reserve of resources, skills, and time that dramatically slow time-to-production, time-to-compliance, and time-to-market.
What if enterprises and organizations could adopt and utilize a new model of cloud security infrastructure, compliance, and posture management? One that enables cloud teams to focus limited resources on their application, market, and business mission rather than on procuring, deploying, configuring, testing, and auditing a production cloud security infrastructure environment. Now they can, and it’s called SecureCloud for Enterprise Cloud Security. This latest solution delivers an automated, “pre-baked”, and standardized cloud infrastructure environment that deploys in one day and is built from the ground up for zero trust (with NIST 800-53-Level security by design and by default).
Instead of inhibiting and distracting cloud enablement, I&O, DevOps, security, and risk teams, it empowers them to get their applications to the cloud and production 80% faster all while reducing time, cost, risk, and resources. Once in production, it helps keep your cloud environment continuously secure and compliant in run-time with automated and unified cloud security posture management (CSPM).
To help highlight what I believe are just a few of the top reasons to use this new DevOps platform with integrated security, I’ve built an infographic. I’ve tried to make it simple and fun, outlining just five reasons why this platform is so useful. Many more could be covered, and I encourage you to schedule a demo to learn more.