Want to know more about How to Improve Your Cloud Security? Web and more specifically cloud security is a cornerstone for ensuring your business is protected against intrusion, denial of service attacks, ransomware, and other risks your company faces on a daily basis. There are a variety of tools to protect against these types of attacks.
- Nutanix has built in software to protect your private cloud and advanced DRaaS capabilities to backup and restore your site from scratch within your SLA requirements
- Palo Alto adds an extra layer of security by providing options to offer cloud delivered security services as SaaS, lock down firewalls, secure edge components, offer cloud-native application protection, and utilize AI driven security operations to help you detect intrusions and address them before they become a problem.
- Commvault provides a great level of protection for data. It offers backup and restore capabilities, migration protection, governance, compliance, and analytics for seamless storage and restore capabilities.
- Checkpoint offers several types of protection in four core products including autonomous threat protection, automated DevSecOps, unified security for multi-cloud, endpoint security, email security, mobile security, secure internet browsing, VPN remote access capabilities and more.
- Veeam provides secure backup and recovery services, monitoring, analytics, and recovery orchestration.
- Exagrid provides applications backup services either alone or in conjunction with Veeam to also ensure data backup. The applications backup capabilities work with Veritas, Veeam, Commvault, IBM, Dell, Microfocus, Storagecraft, Zerto, Hycu, Bridgehead, Arcserve, Acronis, MSSQL, Oracle, Redgate, Idera, Linux, RedHat, and Solaris.
Our company reached out to FRS to help us with a multi-cloud solutions that included Nutanix, Palo Alto, Commvault, Checkpoint, and Veeam so we were fully protected with our private cloud by utilizing lower cost AWS for less data intensive applications. ROI was about seven months and it allowed us to move away from VMWare whom with the acquisition of Broadcom because too expensive for us to continue to use. Alex Overcash