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It’s RSA Conference 2019 and Sumo Logic’s VP of Global Partner Sales & Alliances Jabari Norton caught up with Dave Cliffe, head of strategy at PagerDuty, one of our valued partners, to share some news about our joint integration that empowers customers to holistically manager their modern security operations. Watch our latest partner cam video below for the details!
Why does having strong security integrations matter? Because of the complexity of today’s digital businesses, the reliance on many different vendor tools can result in data silos across development, security and operations. This can create challenges for security teams that need visibility into mission-critical cloud applications at all times.
That’s why having a robust, collaborative and transparent partner ecosystem is crucial for helping security teams have full insight into all data running across their modern IT environment. With Sumo Logic and PagerDuty, security teams can continuously monitor their applications and cloud infrastructures for potential threats and anomalous activity.
For more information on how this integration empowers customers to take control of their security operations and fully embrace DevSecOps methodologies, read the PagerDuty press release, visit the Sumo Logic partner page or read the technical documentation.
Stop by Sumo Logic’s booth #2145 in Moscone South at RSA Conference this week for a demo, and to chat with our experts about our rich partner ecosystem and technology integrations.
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