With more than 5.0 million accounts and rapidly growing, Paidy is Japan’s pioneer and leading Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) service with the mission to spread trust through society and give people room to dream. Paidy offers instant, monthly-consolidated credit to consumers by removing hassles from payment and purchase experiences. With a user-friendly app supported by the Paidy platform, user purchases are optimized for mobile and instant-checkout. For Paidy to understand how the platform and its infrastructure are performing, logs play a key role; however, the process of managing the logs to monitor and analyze the company’s environment and platform performance was inconsistent across systems
In this session, Scott Crawford, Research Director with 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, highlights research on how enterprises are responding to digital transformation. In addition, Girish Bhat, VP with Sumo Logic offers insights for security practitioners on how a ‘cloud first’ approach supports digital transformation, IT rebuild projects and application modernization.
Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform™ for Software Development Optimization enables development teams to continuously benchmark and optimize their software delivery performance by automatically correlating data across Jira, Bitbucket, Opsgenie, and the rest of your DevOps tools – all visualized directly in Jira Cloud.
In a recent experiment with my colleagues, I polled them about the following: “What would they do if the lights went out as you worked at night?” Besides identifying the funny and who-you-want-in-case-of-an-emergency responses, most of my colleagues checked to see if the problem might be broader than their own home.
Cloud computing moved the security perimeter. Where once securing your organization meant managing firewalls and access control list changes, you’re now faced with a decentralized and varied collection of authentication and authorization schemes. Identity is the new perimeter. You need to know who’s logging in when, to which apps, and what they’re doing once they’ve gained access. Securing your network and cloud apps starts with gaining visibility into—and controlling—authentication.
When migrating to Kubernetes and re-architecting your applications into containers, logging is a critical piece to consider. The twelve-factor app methodology has a section dedicated to logging and outlines the importance of not worrying about routing and storage of your logs. As a best practice, applications running in containers should rely 100% on standard output (STDOUT). Unfortunately, getting logs from applications that do not write to STDOUT is non-trivial and has many things to consider.
Historically, SIEM has primarily been an on-premises deployment, given the need to consolidate data from enterprise tools. But because of the increased advantages of alternatives, organizational preferences for deployment models are changing – sometimes dramatically. Download this Business Impact report from 451 Research to learn how organizations are taking advantage of cloud-native SIEM solutions.
It’s essential to choose the right tool for the job. I have an old, sturdy screwdriver that I use for lots of odd DIY jobs around my house, like cleaning gutters, opening paint cans, and general maintenance on my lawnmower. However, when I’m performing an upgrade on my computer, a large, rusty screwdriver isn’t the best tool to remove the screws anchoring my motherboard.
Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform™ is FedRAMP-Moderate Authorized, providing operational and security intelligence that enables federal agencies and commercial entities to further strengthen their security and compliance posture leveraging real-time insights into their on-premises and cloud environments.
In this Q&A video, Scott Crawford, Research Director of Information Security at 451 Research, is joined by Greg Martin, Vice President and General Manager of Security at Sumo Logic, to discuss the increased adoption of cloud as a deployment model for SIEM and how this approach can help modernize your security operations.
We are excited to join AWS for the launch of Amazon CloudWatch Metric Streams; a fully managed, scalable, and low latency service that streams Amazon CloudWatch metrics to partners via Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose. AWS and Sumo Logic customers can now leverage AWS Kinesis Firehose for Metrics Source for streaming CloudWatch metrics into their Sumo Logic accounts, to help simplify the monitoring and troubleshooting of AWS infrastructure, services, and applications.
Modern systems look very different than they did years ago. For the most part, development organizations have moved away from building traditional monoliths towards the development of containerized applications running across a highly-distributed infrastructure. While this change has made systems inherently more resilient, the increase in overall complexity has made it more important (and more challenging) to effectively identify and address problems at their root cause when issues occur.