CloudPassage has expanded its portfolio to cover on-premises servers, virtual machines (VMs) in a private cloud, containers, and public cloud/infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) environments.
- The next step for CloudPassage is the launch of Halo Cloud Secure, which extends the capabilities of the company's underlying technology (now referred to as the Halo Security Automation Platform) to public cloud infrastructure.
Features and Benefits
- Describes the expansion of CloudPassage's remit.
- Explains how the portfolio has grown and how it accompanies customers' move from on-premises to cloud and hybrid.
Key questions answered
- What is CSPM and what does it set out to do?
- Does Cloud Secure use software agents?
Table of contents
CloudPassage was created to protect cloud workloads
Container protection was added in late 2017
Now comes public cloud/IaaS protection
CloudPassage's competitors differ by product