In the report showcasing "The 14 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up", Sumo Logic was recognized as a strong performer. “Security information and event management (SIEM) capabilities alone are no longer sufficient for security operations teams. Today’s security analytics platforms combine features to enable analytics, investigation, automation, threat hunting, dashboards, and reporting to help security analysts be more effective.” - Allie Mellen, Senior Analyst, Forrester
To address the company’s needs, Gorti conducted market research and landed on Sumo Logic as the only solution that met his two essential requirements: central log monitoring brought to life, coupled with pre-built dashboard analytics. Sumo Logic provides a cloud-native platform that integrates with LeadSquared’s AWS infrastructure to centrally index and analyze log data and metrics in real-time.
TMHCC chose the Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform™ as it satisfied all their requirements and met the observability challenges of their cloud migration. They needed Sumo Logic to collect and manage all their telemetry data as they moved from VMs to AWS. Sumo’s ability to support effortless analysis of log data at cloud-scale and provide actionable insights via out-of-thebox and custom data visualization is instrumental to the success of TMHCC’s digital transformation.
We’re excited to announce updates to Sumo Logic AWS Quick Start Integrations that enable customers to automate the integration of AWS Security Reference Architecture within Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM powered by AWS. The new integrations automate the collection, ingestion, and analysis of applications, infrastructure, security, and IoT data to derive actionable insights for security engineering teams.
Back in 2018, AWS first released its Graviton processor—their 64-bit Arm processor—and followed that with the release of Graviton2—Version 2 — just a year later. Now customers running ECS and EKS on EC2 can choose between X86 and ARM64 depending on which processor best fits their application workload.
When you’re planning an application performance monitoring (APM) strategy, collecting metrics from storage services like Amazon S3 may not seem like a priority. After all, part of the point of object storage is that applications can read and write from storage buckets seamlessly, with minimal configuration and overhead.