Supported Environments

aws azure openstack kubernetes data center google compute engine

Critical Solution Requirements

According to Gartner, in order to keep up with the pace of change and protect against threats to the cloud, “cloud-native controls” must be leveraged with security automation. The Cloudvisory Security Platform integrates with AWS, Azure, OpenStack and Kubernetes native controls and provides:

“Cloudvisory’s Security Orchestration allowed our DevOps to quickly
deploy secure applications”
Fortune 500 Healthcare Co.

1
A detailed visual mapping of the all accounts, regions, network security groups, regions, infrastructure and related flows
2
A method for policy organization, orchestration and automated provisioning
3
A policy monitoring, verification and enforcement system

Manage your single, hybrid or multi-cloud
environment from a single dashboard

Amazon Web Services

CSP allows you to see a detailed visual mapping of the all AWS Accounts, Regions, Infrastructure and related flows


AWS Console Visualizing AWS Console Visualizing AWS Console

Using the AWS console, one is restricted to a list view of VMs for a single account and region at a time. While this is helpful, the lists do not provide a visual mapping of the complete AWS environment. Troubleshooting security issues can be hampered.

Cloudvisory CSP Visualization with CSP Visualization with CSP

Cloudvisory continuously discovers AWS infrastructure, delivering an interactve visual mapping of AWS Accounts, Regions, VPCs, VMs, network flows and even other hybrid or multi-cloud environments. This mapping illustrates the exact make up of the AWS enviornment. As new workloads spin up or down the mapping will be immediately refreshed for an up-to-date representation of the deployment.

Azure

CSP allows you to see a detailed visual mapping of all Azure Subscriptions, Resource Groups, Regions, Infrastructure, and related flows.

Azure Portal Visualizing Azure Portal Visualizing Azure Portal

The Azure Portal provides a restricted list view of VMs for a given Resource Group or Subscription. The lists do not provide a visual mapping of the Azure environment depicting how things are deployed, nor are they updated dynamically to show change. Troubleshooting is difficult and slow.

Cloudvisory CSP Visualization with CSP Visualization with CSP

Cloudvisory continuously discovers an Azure infrastructure, delivering an interactve visual mapping of Azure Subscriptions, Resource Groups, Regions, VMs, network flows and even other hybrid or multi-cloud environments. This dynamic mapping illustrates the exact make up of the Azure enviornment and its workloads. As new workloads spin up or down, the mapping is immediately refreshed.

Openstack

CSP allows you to see a real-time detailed visual mapping of all OpenStack Accounts, Regions, Projects, Instances, and related flows.

Openstack Horizon Openstack Horizon Instances Openstack Horizon Instances

OpenStack Horizon is restricted to a list view of instances for a single project and region at a specific time. There is no visual mapping of the OpenStack environment. Troubleshooting can be slow and inaccurate due to the rapid changing environment.

Cloudvisory Visualization with CSP Visualization with CSP

Cloudvisory continuosly discovers the OpenStack infrastructure providing a visual mapping of OpenStack Accounts, Regions, Projects, Instances, network flows and even other cloud providers. As new workloads spin up or down, the visualization tool is immediately updated.

Kubernetes

CSP allows you to see a real-time detailed visual mapping of all Kubernetes Clusters, Namespaces, Pods, Deployment, Services, and related flows

Kubernetes Dashboard Kubernetes Pods Kubernetes Pods

OpenStack Horizon is restricted to a list view of instances for a single project and region at a specific time. There is no visual mapping of the OpenStack environment. Troubleshooting can be slow and inaccurate due to the rapid changing environment.

Cloudvisory Visualization with CSP Visualization with CSP

Cloudvisory continuosly discovers the OpenStack infrastructure providing a visual mapping of OpenStack Accounts, Regions, Projects, Instances, network flows and even other cloud providers. As new workloads spin up or down, the visualization tool is immediately updated.

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