Dell Technologies-owned cloud firm Virtustream has launched the next generation of Virtustream Viewtrust – its risk management and continuous compliance monitoring solution.
The release sees Virtustream evolve its ability to extend secure compliance and risk management capabilities to the cloud, providing customers from both the enterprise and public sector comprehensive insight into their risk and compliance posture across physical and cloud environments whether private, public or hybrid.
Virtustream Viewtrust offers customers near real-time view of their entire compliance posture, continuous monitoring and automated risk analysis based on customised threat and impact values. This enables organisations to assess and address issues in a proactive, efficient, repeatable and consistent manner across the entire business.
“IT infrastructure is rapidly changing, which creates an urgent need for real-time compliance monitoring that can scale and adapt to dynamic, hybrid cloud environments,” said Peter Cutts, SVP, portfolio management and strategy, Virtustream.
“With this release of Virtustream Viewtrust, customers can rest assured their risk and compliance monitoring will keep pace with digital business. This new SaaS option also ensures customers have access to cutting-edge features and functionality that update automatically without interrupting their business, and when paired with other Virtustream solutions such as Virtustream Enterprise Cloud, creates a powerful and flexible platform to gain competitive advantage, propel innovation and advance key business objectives.”
Virtustream – based in Bethesda Maryland with offices in Atlanta, Dublin, London, New York City, San Francisco and Washington D.C. along with data centres in London, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Washington D.C. and agents in Asia and the Middle East – was founded in 2009 and its partners include Intel, VMware, NetApp, EMC, Citrix, IBM, RedHat, and SAP. The company was highlighted as a 'visionary' by Gartner in their 2012 infrastructure-as-a-service Magic Quadrant report and was later acquired by EMC Corporation in July 2015 (several months before EMC was acquired itself by Dell).