cloudtamer.io Unveils Continuous Compliance in the Cloud

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According to a new press release, “cloudtamer.io, an innovative software company providing the leading multi-cloud governance solution, announced today the availability of continuous compliance to enable the detection, reporting, and remediation of policy violations across supported cloud service providers. ‘Typically, organizations spend a huge amount of time establishing their policies but are still challenged to ensure that if they are violated, these violations can be identified, recorded, and remediated immediately,’ said cloudtamer.io President and CEO Brian Price. ‘We’re proud to unveil our continuous compliance features to eliminate the need for antiquated, manual checks across cloud providers. Our robust integrated feature set brings the needed depth and breadth to one of the most important pillars of cloud governance that we support. We’ve designed this capability to be simple for organizations to use and be an easy way to quickly increase their cloud maturity’.”

The release goes on, “Continuous compliance harnesses the power of the widely used open source Cloud Custodian rules engine to deliver a robust and flexible policy engine. With the addition of compliance checks, users have a near-real time view of how resources are adhering to organizational policy. Scans can be scheduled or initiated on demand at any level of an organization and accessed within the same tool used to implement compliance controls—providing a single pane of glass for governance across the entire cloud lifecycle. In addition to providing a robust policy engine, cloudtamer.io provides many checks and sample policies to bootstrap an organization’s compliance posture. The cloudtamer.io API facilitates third-party integrations inside and outside the software to allow seamless connectivity to other compliance tools within an organization.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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