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Satori Added Features to Boost Data Security

Satori announced the launch of two new data access workflow features, the Satori Data Portal, and Satori for Slack, as well as the availability of Satori on the AWS Marketplace, to accelerate secure data accessibility. The Data Portal and Satori for Slack will enhance productivity by cutting the time and resources needed, request, secure, and approve access to data. These new tools eliminate risky and insecure workarounds like co-worker credential sharing or default-to-know access by removing friction around data access approvals.

Traditional data access solutions range from manual ticket-based workflows using obsolete spreadsheets to bulky bureaucratic procedures taking weeks. A recent survey predicts that 75% of data engineers and architects are working on data democratization as a priority.

Yoav Cohen, CTO of Satori commented, “Our core mission is to enable companies to deliver data-driven value quickly. To do that, secure data access needs to be the easiest way to get to the data that you need when, where, and how users want it. These new features were built for the data consumers, analysts, engineers, and business users – making secure data access seamless and non-disruptive.”

Satori for Slack and Data Portal meets this business need by transitioning from manual ticket-based workflows and outdated spreadsheets to a fully automated solution, with Satori driving secure data sharing. The new Data Portal allows users to conduct their searches for datasets and then request access based on the type of data required and the nature of the activity.

Slack allows employees to manage their entire data access workflow from their Slack workspace. Users are instantly credentialed once access is granted, and access is governed by policies configured on the Satori platform. To ensure that the security and compliance requirements are met, the entire end-to-end process is constantly audited and monitored.

Data-driven businesses use Satori to automate data access workflows and simplify data access processes. Data owners and security teams can easily approve and control access to datasets across any platform by approving temporary or permanent data access. This process enables users to request and access data more quickly than ever before to gain insights and make informed decisions, while engineers can focus on what they do best.

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Prosimo and AWS Bring New Advanced Services to Simplify Cloud Networking

Prosimo, an Application Experience Infrastructure firm, announced new cloud networking features developed on Amazon Web Services (AWS) innovations to ease hybrid and multi-cloud networking. Clients who want to develop an elastic and scalable transit with AWS Cloud WAN for cross-region connectivity can use the Prosimo Application eXperience Infrastructure (AXI) platform, which includes cloud-native integrations. Furthermore, the availability of Containers Everywhere in the AWS Marketplace allows businesses to deploy Prosimo AXI edges across their hybrid architecture using a single AWS portal. Businesses prefer a secure and optimised network transit that utilises cloud-native constructs, auto-scales as the footprint tends to grow as business requirements change, and continues to work consistently across multiple cloud regions, edge locations, and co-locations.

“AWS is delighted to work closely with Prosimo as we share a common vision in helping customers simplify and automate cloud networking to support distributed workforces and digital transformation strategies. This work delivers tightly integrated services that leverage Prosimo AXI for comprehensive hybrid and multi-cloud networking with industry-leading cloud services from AWS to simplify the onramp, migration and management of the enterprise journey in the cloud of our customers,” said Chris Grusz, Director of Business Development, AWS Marketplace.

Hybrid architectures and multi-cloud networks have become progressively complex and dynamic as a result of the heterogeneous nature of enterprise cloud adoption. For enterprises to support distributed workplaces and deliver excellent customer experience, enterprises must provide a consistent, reliable, and secure experience throughout all business-critical and latency-sensitive applications for clients in any location. Moreover, as more organisations use cloud-native architectures to revamp application frameworks and deliver applications faster, ‘application to application’ networking offers a simplified, elastic, and scalable solution.

Prosimo AXI is a self-contained multi-cloud networking solution built on cloud-native frameworks that provide complete and accurate observability as well as ML-insight-driven recommendations and orchestration. Prosimo AXI provides enterprises with fine-grained command over routing for optimised application performance, as well as the capacity to create security policies based on a Zero Trust framework.

“Our work with AWS makes it easy and seamless for any enterprise to simplify and realize autonomous cloud networking at any stage of the multi-cloud journey from hybrid cloud, multi-cloud and to the edge. We are ecstatic to be working closely with AWS on go-to-market, collaborating on product integrations and delivering compelling new services to customers,” said Ramesh Prabagaran, CEO and co-founder of Prosimo.

“With these new features and functionality on the AXI Platform, Prosimo will be ideally suited to meet our goals:  enable modern infrastructure capabilities using newer AWS networking constructs such as CloudWAN, built-in observability for applications, and remove as much complexity as possible,” said Kevin Paige , CISO, Flexport.

 Clients can now orchestrate Transit Gateway, Virtual Private Cloud peering and PrivateLink, as well as AWS CloudWAN, using the Prosimo AXI platform, which utilises cloud-native connectivity frameworks. Clients can also easily migrate to the favoured cloud-native networking option, such as AWS CloudWAN, and create detailed, accurate and contextual policies while offering a fast, secure, and smooth on-demand application experience for users worldwide with no disruption to end-users using Prosimo AXI.

Starburst Announced Saas Product Galaxy To Solve Cross-Cloud Analytics Challenges, Giving Access To Data Anywhere

Starburst, an analytics anywhere firm, announced the industry’s first cross-cloud analytics solution with the latest instalment of its SaaS product Starburst Galaxy announced it at AWS re:Invent, hosted by Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS). This most recent version of Starburst Galaxy, first released in February 2021, now enables clients to query data across cloud platforms smoothly without compromising speed or access.

“Analyzing data across cloud providers is a growing concern for enterprises as data is increasingly generated and stored in multiple clouds, as well as on-premises data centers. Starburst is at the forefront of helping enterprises address this issue with its Starburst Galaxy managed service, which enables SQL queries to be federated across data stored in cloud object stores and data warehouses, on multiple clouds, without data movement,” said Matt Aslett, Vice President and Research Director at Ventana Research.

As a result of this year’s rapid digitization, countless companies are now using multiple cloud providers. Until now, running a business on multiple cloud providers’ platforms has been inefficient due to data access issues and pricing. Clients can now operate efficiently on AWS and other major cloud providers with Starburst Galaxy, removing data silos and challenges of the past.

“Many vendors make their products available in each of the major cloud providers and refer to them as ‘multi-cloud.’  Starburst is taking the industry to a new frontier, as the first to offer “cross-cloud” analytics, enabling SQL joins across tables living in different clouds. At Starburst, we believe you should own your own data and have the freedom to decide where it lives. With Galaxy, we’re excited to bring the first cross-cloud analytics SaaS platform to market, and proud to say it includes native security features, a flexible consumption model, and a great user experience,” said Justin Borgman, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Starburst.

“Starburst and AWS are working together to provide a seamless, easy-to-access architecture across the cloud environment to meet customers’ demands in today’s modern, cloud-first workforce. Starburst Galaxy on AWS empowers organizations across industries with a cloud-based managed service that streamlines the querying and analysis of data so companies can quickly make data-driven decisions,” said Sabina Joseph, General Manager, Technology Partners at AWS.

Cloud analytics is offered by other vendors in the data analytics industry, but the Starburst Galaxy offering is significantly different. Until now, there has been no other architecture in the market that addresses these issues of cross-cloud analytics.

“We’re very excited about the future of Starburst Galaxy and cross-cloud analytics. The demand for an intuitive, easy to use platform where our customers can query across their cloud infrastructure is very high. Starburst Galaxy opens the door to meet this demand and help companies gain new insights that were previously impossible in the time they were needed,” said Michael Cesino, President at Visible Systems Corporation.

Data Theorem Releases Industry’s First Active Protection Suite with Observability and Runtime Defense

Data Theorem, Inc., a global leading provider of modern application security, announced the industry’s first Active Protection package, which includes observability and runtime defense and provides comprehensive security for API, mobile, modern web, cloud, and serverless (Lambda) functions.

To prevent data breaches, organisations today require technologies that are specifically designed for securing modern application stacks. Runtime AppSec technologies in the past (WAFs, RASPs, EDRs) were unable to cover crucial sections of modern application stacks like cloud-native applications. Traditional web application firewalls (WAFs), runtime application self-protection (RASPs), and endpoint detection and response (EDR) agents, these cannot secure serverless applications with APIs, such as AWS Lambda. This is due to the lack of readily available operating systems for agent installation, as well as typical network perimeters with ingress/egress points. Data Theorem’s whole product suite now includes runtime protections and observability, addressing security gaps in modern application exposures typical in cloud-native stacks.

Data Theorem is the first to provide full stack security for current modern apps, starting with the client layer (mobile and web), protecting the network layer (REST and GraphQL APIs), and extending all the way down to the underlying infrastructure (cloud services).

“Data Theorem’s Active Protection is the first in the industry to provide comprehensive security across today’s modern application stacks. Application environments are more dynamic when leveraging cloud services requiring increased telemetry. Organizations need to discover their growing attack surfaces as their cloud adoption grows. We are not aware of any other vendor delivering active protection runtime defenses and observability across cloud-native, mobile, modern web, and serverless applications,” said Doug Dooley, Data Theorem COO.

Data Theorem’s extensive AppSec portfolio secures companies against data breaches with application security testing and protection for modern web frameworks, API-driven microservices, and cloud resources. Its solutions are driven by the company’s award-winning Analyzer Engine, which utilizes a unique sort of dynamic and run-time analysis that is completely implemented into the CI/CD process and allows enterprises to undertake continuous, automated security inspection and remediation.

Its solutions are driven by the company’s award-winning Analyzer Engine, which utilizes a unique sort of dynamic and run-time analysis that is completely implemented into the CI/CD process and allows enterprises to undertake continuous, automated security inspection and remediation.