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Sumo Logic Extends Multi-Cloud Support of its Machine Data Analytics Platform

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According to a new press release, “Sumo Logic, the leading cloud-native, machine data analytics platform that delivers continuous intelligence, today announced the release of new Sumo Logic applications for Microsoft Azure services, as well as new native integrations with Azure Monitor and Blob Storage, at Microsoft Ignite 2018 to provide customers with deep visibility, improved troubleshooting and enhanced security and compliance across their modern applications and cloud infrastructure. As enterprises continue to embrace IT modernization initiatives, they are increasingly considering multi-cloud deployments in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure to provide them with scalable, flexible and customizable solutions that delivers a competitive edge in today’s digital world. The continued adoption trend of multi-cloud platforms is validated by customer data from Sumo Logic’s third annual ‘State of Modern Applications and DevSecOps in the Cloud’ report, which showed the usage of multi-cloud technologies (AWS and Azure) increased from 6 percent (2017) to 9 percent (2018).”

Bruno Kurtic, founding VP of product and strategy at Sumo Logic, commented, “Speed of innovation and agility are critical for success in today’s digital economy and leading enterprises are aggressively building customer-facing applications in the public cloud… Our goal is to provide our customers with the most flexible and scalable machine data analytics platform to fit the unique needs of their digital business, enabling them to build, run and secure applications across all major cloud providers. This latest release of native Azure integrations and applications is another step forward in our overall commitment to delivering a comprehensive platform built for modern applications and cloud infrastructures.”

Read more at SumoLogic.com.

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