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Sumo Logic Launches Kubernetes Observability Platform; Doug Natal Comments

Doug Natal

Sumo Logic has introduced a new Kubernetes platform designed to help organizations quickly detect and troubleshoot client and infrastructure issues as well as secure customer data and applications through a single dashboard.

A blog post published Wednesday says the company’s Kubernetes Observability Solution is a DevSecOps platform that collects and integrates log events, performance metrics, security events and other relevant data into a single view using Falco, Prometheus and other data collection tools deployed through Helm.

The platform is intended to help organizations advance their digital transformation efforts and address the needs of app operators and managers by providing continuous intelligence at the orchestration and container level.

“Agile Governments worldwide are benefiting from the quick deployment capabilities of Kubernetes,” Doug Natal, vice president and general manager of Sumo Logic’s federal business, told GovCon Wire. “We are thrilled to be able to provide the Continuous Intelligence Platform that helps the Federal Government’s DevSecOps organization remain agile while improving the citizen experience.”

A new Sumo Logic report shows a year-over-year growth of 50 percent in multicloud adoption and deployments and an increase in the use of Kubernetes in enterprises’ multicloud environments. According to the report, more than 80 percent of clients running apps on Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure use Kubernetes.

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