Sumo Logic and IBM Expand Collaboration
September 09, 2021
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Sumo Logic announced the availability of Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform™ on Red Hat Marketplace, the open cloud marketplace for enterprise customers that offers a simpler way to buy and deploy certified container-based software.

Sumo Logic will offer its cloud-native security and observability solutions for companies running on the Red Hat OpenShift platform, helping them to deploy faster and achieve insights into their cloud and hybrid infrastructures, applications, and services.

Ramin Sayar, President and CEO at Sumo Logic said: “Companies want to streamline the procurement, deployment, and management of their container applications. Sumo’s Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform allows them to get all their data into one place for observability, security, and business intelligence and to reduce administrative labor ... making it easier for customers to take advantage of our DevSecOps platform as they modernize and migrate their applications across hybrid cloud environments.”

Sumo Logic achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification status based on the support of the Continuous Intelligence Platform’s cloud-native and hybrid cloud environments, and compatibility with Red Hat OpenShift. As part of the certification, Sumo Logic will extend the company’s existing Kubernetes collection agents to Red Hat’s OpenShift Operator model, designed to make it easier to deploy and manage data from customers’ OpenShift Kubernetes clusters.

For companies building cloud-native infrastructure and applications, Red Hat Marketplace is an essential destination for unlocking the value of cloud investments, designed to minimize the barriers facing global organizations as they accelerate innovation.

Bob Lord, Senior VP, Worldwide Ecosystems at IBM said: “Red Hat Marketplace is a one stop shop for enterprises to seamlessly deploy and manage software across hybrid cloud environments, spanning multiple clouds and on-premises. Sumo Logic’s certification for Red Hat OpenShift, along with their availability on Red Hat Marketplace, can help deliver innovation and value for clients via containerized workloads and the simplified deployment and management of data. We’re pleased to welcome them to the Marketplace.”

“We believe Red Hat Marketplace is an essential destination to unlock the value of cloud investments,” said Lars Herrmann, VP, Partner Ecosystems, Product & Technologies, Red Hat. “Our goal with the marketplace, is to make it faster and easier for companies to implement the tools and technologies that can help them succeed in this hybrid multicloud world. We've simplified the steps to find and purchase tools like Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform that are tested for, certified by and supported on Red Hat OpenShift, and we've removed operational barriers to deploying and managing these technologies on Kubernetes-native infrastructure.”

Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform™ helps companies make data-driven decisions and reduces the time to investigate security and operational issues. Its cloud-native SIEM, real-time security analytics and compliance functions are designed to help organizations automate the collection, ingestion and analysis of application, infrastructure, security and Internet of Things data to derive actionable insights for security teams within seconds. Similarly, Sumo Logic’s observability and software development intelligence integrations make application development teams more productive and responsive to business challenges.

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