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How to send Snyk vulnerability data to the New Relic observability platform

Security and observability data go hand in hand when it comes to application health. If you can put those two sources of data behind a single pane of glass you can make your life a lot easier. By leveraging the different options that the Snyk platform provides, you can send all your application security vulnerabilities found by Snyk directly to your New Relic observability platform. Let’s see how!


Add security context to observability data with Datadog Cloud Security Management

Organizations are rapidly migrating their infrastructure to the cloud, enabling them to modernize their applications and deliver more value to their customers. But this transition creates significant security risks that they may be unable to keep pace with. For example, cyber attacks on cloud resources are becoming more sophisticated and prevalent. Additionally, organizations often rely on legacy, disjointed security tools that don’t integrate well with cloud-native infrastructure.


Welcome to Fal.Con 2022: CrowdStrike Drives the Convergence of Security and Observability

At CrowdStrike, we stop breaches. It’s a simple yet powerful promise to our customers, our partners and to the world. As thousands join us today in person at Fal.Con 2022 in Las Vegas, and thousands more watch remotely via livestream, it’s a promise that we want to reinforce and extend. As cyberattacks have grown more powerful and disruptive, the importance of stopping the breach has grown. Stopping the breach is about more than stopping a single attack.

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Data Value Gap - Data Observability and Data Fabric - Missing Piece of AI/AIOps

A pivotal inhibitor to mitigate these challenges is the Data Value Gap. Data automation and Data Fabric are emerging as key technologies to overcome these challenges. Learn from industry experts about these key technologies and how they create a lasting impact in enterprise IT.


The Convergence of Security and Observability: Top 5 Platform Principles

With the advances in technology and an unpredictable macro environment, IT professionals have to deal with a deluge of data, increasing cyberthreats, distributed infrastructure and workforce, a mix of modern and monolithic apps and hybrid environments. Although there is significant momentum towards the Cloud, many organizations cannot move all of their data to the public cloud due to security, compliance or technical constraints.


Exploring Security and Observability on Splunk Lantern

Your organization purchased Splunk Cloud Platform some time ago. Your environment is ingesting dozens of data sources and your team has expert level SPL skills. You've created easily consumable dashboards and reports for many different types of stakeholders and you've mastered alert fatigue. Your organization's return on investment both in Splunk and Splunk education is paying large dividends in terms of time saved managing threats and improved operational efficiency.


How do Observability and Security Work Together?

There’s no question that the last 18 months have seen a pronounced increase in the sophistication of cyber threats. The technology industry is seeing a macro effect of global events propelling ransomware and wiperware development further into the future, rendering enterprise security systems useless. Here at Coralogix, we’re passionate about observability and security and what the former can do for the latter.


Data Observability With Robotic Data Automation Fabric

Digital-first businesses are striving for service assurance, which has become the lifeblood for their businesses processes. But they are increasingly getting complex across legacy and cloud-native applications, multi-cloud distributed services, with the rise of edge and when leveraged with Kubernetes and microservices architectures. Service assurance needs full-stack observability; however, customers need an approach to tame the data deluge while enabling actionable insights.